Keep Your Feet On The Floor - Various - Rhythm N Blues Volume 1: The End Of An Era

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  1. Dozahn says:
    Woodrow Wilson "Woody" Guthrie (July 14, – October 3, ) was an American singer-songwriter and folk musician whose musical legacy includes hundreds of political, traditional and children's songs, ballads and improvised works.
  2. Kacage says:
    In-Depth DIY Music: How Musicians Did It For Themselves. The notion of DIY music stretches back to 19th-century flutes made from bird bone, through punk anarchy and the digital revolution.
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    Harbor Lights Music offers a roster of bands and orchestras, a slew of DJs, and classical and jazz ensembles to accommodate virtually any style and taste. The focus is on getting your guests on the dance floor: Top 40, R&B, mainstream hip-hop, Motown, ’70s jams, and .
  5. Akijinn says:
    Released as a single in , in the full throes of the lighted dance floor and leisure suit era, the song was an instant smash, riding a bubbly groove, love-struck lyrics and that ever faithful.
  6. Mitaur says:
    Feb 24,  · ill put t-n-t in your behind. i said , come on girls get on the floor. a-come alive, yall a-gimme what ya got i said i cant wait til the end of the week. when im rappin to the rhythm of a groovy beat. come alive girls get on your feet. to the rhythm of the beat to the beat the beat.
  7. Goltirr says:
    Bonepony is not only unique in the type of music that they play, but also how they play it. The music itself is a melodious hybrid of rock, folk, country, bluegrass and soul, driven home with foot-stomping, four-on-the-floor beats crowbarred into four-minute musical masterpieces that make it Genres: Rock, country, soul, blues, bluegrass, folk.
  8. Kagadal says:
    Oh, yeah yeah yeah Move it to the rhythm On your feet, on your feet, ohh Rap to the beat, yeah Move it to the rhythm Dance floor's open, Six Feet Under Future, The Weeknd.
  9. Gasho says:
    In-Depth Strings Attached: How Symphonic Soul Scored Big In The 70s. The sophisticated sound of symphonic soul filled dancefloors and bedrooms in the 70s, thanks to the pioneering work of Barry Author: Ian Mccann.
  10. Tauzuru says:
    Sep 24,  · Your spirit dying Not long ago I could feel your strenght and your devotion What was so clear is now overcast With mixed emotions Deep in your heart is the answer Find it, I .

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