Category: Progressive Rock

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    1. Dout

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      Jul 03,  · After helping to invent The Sound of Philadelphia heard on hits like Love Train, Me & Mrs Jones, If You Don't Know Me By Now, Backstabbers and Elton's Philadelphia Freedom, the MFSB Rhythm Section.
    2. Dijinn

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      Container: flac (tracks) Quality: Hi-Fi, lossless audio Sample Rate: kHz / 16 bit, Stereo Source: CD / Bgp Album Artist: Various Album Artists Album Name: Groove with a Feeling: Sounds of Memphis Boogie, Soul & Funk, Genre: Funk Release Date: Duration: ArtWork: not included girichlaitastumatdetasushelppyse.xyzinfo: ,56 MB.
    3. Aralmaran

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      Artist: VA Title Of Album: Groove With A Feeling: Sounds Of Memphis Boogie, Soul and Funk Year Of Release: Label (Catalog#): BGP Records - CDTOP Country: UK Genr.
    4. Tosar

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    5. Daijas

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      Various Artists专辑《Groove with a Feeling: Sounds of Memphis Boogie, Soul and Funk 》,更多Various Artists相关专辑下载、在线试听,尽在网易云音乐.
    6. Zoloshakar

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      Groove With A Feeling: Sounds Of Memphis Boogie, Soul & Funk (CD) Various Artists Kicking Back (CD) Joe Houston Small Talk At th & Lenox (CD) Gil Scott-Heron Stone Down Blues (CD) Guitar Slim Green Dynamite / Get Ready/Uptight (7") Little Eva Chains Of Love / Walk Tall (7").
    7. Maugore

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      Artist: Various Artists Title: Lost Soul Gems: From Sounds of Memphis / Various Condition: Format: CD Release Date: Label: Kent Records UK UPC: Genre: Soul/R & B Album Tracks 1. Pity a Fool - Carl Sims 2. I Don't Want No One Way Love - Dan Greer 3. Tenessee Waltz - Otis Wheat 4. Save My Love - Billy Cee & Freedom Express 5. Stop Boy - Fran Farley 6. What's That You Got Seller Rating: % positive.
    8. Malak

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      Sounds Of Memphis was one of the studios that documented those changes. 19 tracks, mostly previously unissued, tell the story. In the mids the American music scene was changing. Buoyed by the sales of rock albums, the major labels began to consolidate their position of strength, and regionality became a thing of the past.

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