Strollie Bun - Wuan-a-bees - Where Did You Get That Strut? (CD, Album)

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Download Strollie Bun - Wuan-a-bees - Where Did You Get That Strut? (CD, Album)

Label: Blue Lake Records (3) - BLR-CD 18 • Format: CD Album • Country: Switzerland • Genre: Rock • Style: Rockabilly


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  2. Zolor
    Nov 20,  · There’s “Strollie Bun” by Blonde Bomber, for instance (“Where did you get that strut?” asks the singer, who sure doesn’t sound like a blonde). Even though “Cherry Juice” by Marino Choice doesn’t contain any overt obscenities, it sounds as if it could be from a lost “party” album by Jackie Wilson.
  3. Tonris
    1. You can find “Strollie bun”, “I Worship the ground you walk on” and the unissued “You can run but you can’t hide” – but sadly not “I am to blame” - on the Westside UK CD “The Hull / Mascot Story”. 2. You can find “Messgae to my woman” on the Kent UK CD “Sanctified soul”. 3.
  4. Goramar
    Nov 30,  · There’s “Strollie Bun” by Blonde Bomber, for instance (“Where did you get that strut?” asks the singer, who sure doesn’t sound like a blonde). Even though “Cherry Juice” by Marino Choice doesn’t contain any overt obscenities, it sounds as if it could be from a lost “party” album by Jackie Wilson.
  5. Grokus
    Strollie Bun The Guy Can't Dance Rockin' Lady Atooka, Okla Hillbilly Blues Love Me Lush Can't Stop Me That's Why I Cry Just Rockin' & Rollin' The Wuanabees - Where Did They Get That Strut - BLR-CD 18 Compact Disc - Cardboard sleeve + custom vinyl look CD.
  6. Vujinn
    Get Well Soon: – The Desires (2) Hey Lena: – The Sparks (13) Slowly But Surely: – The Elegants: Little Star: – The Pastels (2) Let's Go To The Rock 'N' Roll Ball (Take 1) – The Monotones: You Never Loved Me: – The Supremes (7) Every Day Is A Happy Birthday: – The Heartbeats: A Thousand Miles Away.
  7. Akinom
    The album's got a strong soul ful component in the rhythms – things never get too trippy – but there's also some nice effects on the keys from time to time, at a level that you never would have heard on an American record of this nature – and which can make even the simplest inflections sound even more powerful and unique. Most of the.
  8. Tecage
    A beautiful little record – one that features cascading tones from the strings of the kora, mixed with occasional vocal moments too! The album was recorded in Dakar and Brikama in the mid 70s – and is maybe the start of a great run of later sessions that found a way of taking this amazing instrument to a wider audience – opening up the ringing, many-stringed tones of the .
  9. Fenribar
    Mar 08,  · As you would have realized, images of Bun Bun are splattered all across the blog design and posts, with parts of her (Ah yes, the part about her gender is the only thing true in the short story) peeking out from the edges of your web browser. The look of Bun Bun was inspired by a cartoon character, and modified by my good friend who is a designer.