Lee Patterson - Sweet Harmony / Let's Go To The Beach flac album
Title: Sweet Harmony / Let's Go To The Beach
MP3 album: 1405 mb
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Genre: Funk / Pop
Sweet Harmony" is a song by British dance act Liquid, originally released on the Liquid EP in 1991, and as a single in 1992. Song samples heavily from CeCe Rogers' "Someday" released in 1987. New remixes of the song were released in 1995, and it was re-released in 2004 and again in 2007, featuring more new mixes. English drum and bass DJ, producer and musician Danny Byrd released his version in 2010. It is the first single released from his third album Rave Digger.
Sunflower is the 16th studio album by the American rock band the Beach Boys, released in August 1970, and their first on Reprise Records. record charts during a four-week stay, and becoming the lowest-charting Beach Boys album to that point. In the UK, the album performed better, peaking at number 29.
Album · 2005 · 13 Songs. More By Lee Patterson Singers. Gospel Masters: Swing Low Sweet Chariot.
Retro - Beloved - Sweet Harmony - Unknown album. Downloads: 2338 Times. Retro - Beloved - Sweet Harmony. Back to album Unknown album. Армянские песни, Gisher.
Sweet Harmony Lyrics All this time Spinning round and round Made the same mistakes That we've always found Surely now We could move along Make a better world? No it can't be wrong. Let's come together Right now Oh yeah In sweet harmony. Let's come together Right now Oh yeah. Time is running out Let there be no doubt We should sort things out If we care Like we say we do Not just empty words For a week or two. Make the world Your priority Try to live your life Ecologically Play a part In a greater scheme Try to live the dream On a wider scene.
Go to the content Go to the footer. But it’s hard to beat the warm, soothing version that Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong recorded for their 1957 Porgy & Bess album. Curled in the warm voices of these peerless vocalists, you’re transported to a gentler place, with the Daddy and Mammy of jazz standing b. Adam Feldman. Nothing says summer like a little harmony-driven folk-pop, and this 1972 AM Gold staple epitomizes that mini movement about as well as any track we could name. We’re not sure what Jim Seals and Dash Crofts were getting at when they sang of the jasmine in my mind -or what strain of weed might’ve inspired that trippy turn of phrase-but there’s no resisting the bittersweet tug of this tune, covered by everyone from Cincinnati soul faves the Isley Brothers to ’90s goth-metal masters Type.
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