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Title: The House Of Blue Lights, Midnight Sun. Genre: Jazz, Blues. Short info: Label: Decca – 9-29594 Type: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Promo Country: US Date of released: 1955 Category: Jazz, Blues Style: Vocal, Easy Listening. 1580 downloads at 39 mb/s. A. The House Of Blue Lights. B. Why Don't You Do Right.
Performer: Pat Morrissey Writer: Sonny Burke; Lionel Hampton; Johnny Mercer. Vocal with Orchestra. Digitized at 78 revolutions per minute. Four stylii were used to transfer this record. They are . mil truncated conical, . mil truncated conical. These were recorded flat and then also equalized with Turnover: 40., Rolloff: -1. have been copied to have the more friendly filenames. Matrix number: W86564T4A Catalog number: 29383.
The House of Blue Lights is a rhythm and blues album by the soul music artist Don Covay & the Jefferson Lemon Blues Band. It was released in 1969 on Atlantic Records. Unlike Covay's previous two more Southern soul oriented albums, Covay teamed with former Shirelles guitarist Joe Richardson and folk musician John Hammond in the Jefferson Lemon Blues Band, in an attempt at an underground blues rock. The album was re-issued on compact disc on September 26, 2002 by Sepia Tone Records.
Midnight Sun (Twilight Author: Stephenie Meyer. This was the time of day when I wished I were able to sleep. Or was purgatory the right word? If there was any way to atone for my sins, this ought to count toward the tally in some measure. The tedium was not something I grew used to; every day seemed more impossibly monotonous than the last. I suppose this was my form of sleep - if sleep was defined as the inert state between active periods.
The Midnight Sun is an album by organist Jack McDuff recorded between 1963 and 1966 and released on the Prestige label. All compositions by Jack McDuff except as indicated. Love Walked In" (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) - 7:52. Misconstrued" - 7:00. The Midnight Sun" (Lionel Hampton, Sonny Burke, Johnny Mercer) - 6:20. Rockabye" (George Benson) - 3:50.
Virtually all of the record's first half suffers from this (especially "Unwritten Law" and "Bad Attitude"), but things improve with the Eastern-flavored melodies of "The Spanish Archer" and "Strange Ways. The eerie sound textures explored on the latter evoke memories of classic Purple, and finally allow some space.
Al Di Meola chronology. Swenson, . ed. (1985). The Rolling Stone Jazz Record Guide. Random House/Rolling Stone. p. 61. ISBN 0-394-72643-X. Retrieved 27 October 2013.
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