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Tracklist:
1. Reet Petite
2. Great Balls of Fire
3. Summertime Blues
4. At the Hop
5. Roll Over Beethoven
6. Rock Around the Clock
7. La Bamba
8. Blue Suede Shoes
9. Shakin' All Over
10. Let's Twist Again
11. Jailhouse Rock
12. Do You Love Me
13. Wooly Bully
14. Hello Mary Lou
15. Blue Moon
16. You Never Can Tell
17. Barbara Ann
18. Suspicious Minds
19. I Wonder Why
20. Rave On
21. Be Bop a Lula
22. Bony Moronie
23. Move It
24. Lipstick On Your Collar
25. Claudette

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Taken from a Mati Klarwein painting (he also did the incubate for Miles Davis' Bitches Brew), the shelter for Santana's Abraxas album is a gorgeously surreal psychedelic feast for the eyes. Inspired by the Biblical story of the Annunciation, this third art gives us a defenseless, somber Virgin Mary and a red messenger with a conga between her blackleg. One of the priestesses on the back cover also appears on the back envelop of his Bitches Brew art.


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007 051 45. Lady Gaga, 'The Fame Monster' Portrait shots can be iconic when done upright true, and if there’s one artist who knows going iconic appearance, it’s Lady Gaga. For the re-release of her debut The Fame, Mother Monster -- framed by a pure toupee -- went black and white, rocking a luminous, angular petticoat that shrouded the lower hemisphere of her air.


007 051 45. Lady Gaga, 'The Fame Monster' Portrait shots can be iconic when done upright true, and if there’s one artist who knows going iconic appearance, it’s Lady Gaga. For the re-release of her debut The Fame, Mother Monster -- framed by a pure toupee -- went black and white, rocking a luminous, angular petticoat that shrouded the lower hemisphere of her air.


Another bikie song that revs its engine with a habit castle of involved machinery improved by a man named Les Paul, ‘Bad Motor Scooter’ remains perhaps the signature attune repeat by Montrose. The strain was literal by singer Sammy Hagar and conspiracy in that it predicts his by and by hit, ‘I Can’t Drive 55.’


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Taken from a Mati Klarwein painting (he also did the incubate for Miles Davis' Bitches Brew), the shelter for Santana's Abraxas album is a gorgeously surreal psychedelic feast for the eyes. Inspired by the Biblical story of the Annunciation, this third art gives us a defenseless, somber Virgin Mary and a red messenger with a conga between her blackleg. One of the priestesses on the back cover also appears on the back envelop of his Bitches Brew art.


Taken from a Mati Klarwein painting (he also did the incubate for Miles Davis' Bitches Brew), the shelter for Santana's Abraxas album is a gorgeously surreal psychedelic feast for the eyes. Inspired by the Biblical story of the Annunciation, this third art gives us a defenseless, somber Virgin Mary and a red messenger with a conga between her blackleg. One of the priestesses on the back cover also appears on the back envelop of his Bitches Brew art.

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Get Hip Recordings (GH-1020) Third album by Pittsburgh’s Garage finest. This loosen from 1990 featured a adult lineup change for the Cynics and showed the pledge continuing to mature as writers and musicians. Cuts like “Now I’m Alone” and “Girl, You’re on My Mind” (the latter penned for the Cynics by the Mystic Eyes Bernie Kugel) are guess that should have been. Other cuts copy “What You Get,” “Business As Usual,” “Baby, What’s Wrong” and “Way It’s Gonna Be” show the Cynics at a peak of force, originality, and ability. This release also inclose a few well-chosen covers of disremembered classics from the sixties, revitalized with the Cynics style and aptitude. “Cry, Cry, Cry” and “Last Time Around” are scorchers, while “The Room” Asher the Cynics fidibus side. This album is a true classic. If you didn’t get it before, get it now! This 2007 reissue has been remastered and includes gift footprint not handy on the original, of a envelop of the Sonics chaste “Shot Down” from the same session recite for a subsidy album back in the day.


027 051 25. Janis Joplin, 'Pearl' Janis Joplin's final album, acquit after her death at old age 27, features one of the era's most iconic picture. Joplin wrapped herself over a Victoria Era loveseat, decked out in oversight-catching San Francisco hippie costume, cradling a revel and a prodigious simper. The effigy is bittersweet: Alcohol reportedly played a role in Joplin's fatal h overdose, yet her pleased smile seems to climb the firmness of the impending buskin.

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