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Keep It Cool (Main) - Various - Sounds Of R&B Vol. 34 (Vinyl)

25.08.2019 Goltit 8 Comments

Download Keep It Cool (Main) - Various - Sounds Of R&B Vol. 34 (Vinyl)


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8 thoughts on “ Keep It Cool (Main) - Various - Sounds Of R&B Vol. 34 (Vinyl) ”

  1. Voodoole says:
    The meaning of "vinyl sound" is often approached subjectively. Different people have different ideas of what a sound has to have and/or lack to be considered "vinyl sound". To answer this question objectively, we can take a look at measurable characteristics and dynamics of the medium. When people refer to "vinyl sound", they are most likely.
  2. Kirr says:
    Online shopping for CDs & Vinyl from a great selection of Soul, Funk, Contemporary R&B, Motown, Quiet Storm, Classic R&B & more at everyday low prices.
  3. Vurn says:
    This is quite a inconsistent album, while there's some cool moments, there are also some that turns ridiculous, boring and even stupid, also the vocals are a big complain here, that filipino guy sounds forced, he trays to sing in a bluesy way, something like a mix between Mick Jagger and Captain Beefheart, but he fails completely and sounds very ridiculous, definitively awful vocals.
  4. Yozshule says:
    Record making techniques were upgraded and improved throughout the decades, but there’s no room for arguments about the following statement – some of the finest vinyl releases were made many years ago, and we’re now here to decide which ones are worthy to be considered the best sounding vinyl records of all time we think every serious vinyl collector should own.
  5. Tak says:
    I once conducted an experiment. I wanted to see the effects of time and weather over different formats, so I took a double vinyl album, recorded it, transferred to hifi cassette tape, to CD and to DVD. I used both, high quality CDs, and cheap ones as well. Then I took all to the roof of my house.
  6. Shakagal says:
    R&B and Soul Vinyl Records. Rhythm and blues, or R&B, and soul are some of the 20th centurys most important music genres, along with jazz and rock. Vinyl records make fun collectors items and can help you expand your classic DJ mixing skills and repertoire. Here are five questions and answers to consider when expanding your collection of soul.
  7. Akinogore says:
    Discogs: Vinyl, Keep It To Yourself Arkansas Blues Volume 1: Solo Performances. リリースのクレジット、レビュー、トラックを確認し、購入。.
  8. Tygobar says:
    Funky Dance Sounds (80s) incl. Today's Your Lucky Day by Various The Jones Girls Kashif Newcleus Cheryl Lynn Fat Larry's Band Phil Fearon & Galaxy The Cool Notes, Evelyn Champagne King Dazz Band Glenn Jones Evelyn Champagne King Howard Jones, et al.

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