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  1. Jul 05,  · Various: Juli - XIV Easy Imladris was producing monthly a collection of ready to use mixed compact cassette, 60 mnts + 90 mnts. These where designed for the use of background music, e.g. for shops, boutiques, retail stores, hairdresser, cafe etc. These tapes where normally not intended to be sold or given to private use, but intended.
  2. The album overall is classic Toto: high production quality, not a sound wasted, no throwaway tracks, and always doing something different than the previous release. To wit, the R&B-funky groove train in "Fahrenheit", the reggae influenced "Somewhere Tonight", and the smoky soul of jazzmaster Miles Davis closing out side B on "Don't Stop Me Now"/5(73).
  3. I can recall the day I walked into Tower Records next to Arizona State University in , bought this album and rushed straight home to listen to it. Back in those days, LPs had a maximum recording length of maybe minutes per side, which meant you got about songs a side, 10 or 12 total/5(71).
  4. Starting in , those CDs that were virtually the same as the LP, perhaps with a bonus track or so, were issued using the same catalog number as the LP or cassette, but with an RNCD prefix. We have listed these separately below as examples of the earliest CDs on the label.
  5. Aug 24,  · Notice that the catalogue number is the same as the one used on various other items itemized in this section, including the next one. Title: Peggy Lee Sings With Benny Goodman / Format: cassette / Label: Columbia Special Products / Cat. Num.: Bt / Rel. Year: is the year most frequently given. / Tracks: 10 / Note: Reissue of item.
  6. Oct 21, - Explore Patty Pidcock's board "Chicago album covers" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Album covers, Chicago, Chicago the band pins.
  7. Mar 04,  · Time-Life Album Discography, Part Rock 'N' Roll Era Series By Mike Callahan, David Edwards, and Patrice Eyries Last update: March 4, The Rock 'n' Roll Era was the earliest big pop music subscription success for Time-Life. It started as a series of 2-LP box sets which were also issued on cassette and, a year later, on CD.
  8. I. KOHL'S CARE FOR KIDS Artwork Shown Above: 1 & 2. Title: Summer Cool; Classic Tunes For Summer Times / Format: CD / Label: Kohl's Care For Kids - Emi Music Special Markets / Cat. Num.: 2 8 / Rel. Year: / Note: Contains Peggy Lee's recording of "Fever." Artwork Shown Above: 3. Title: Songs Of The Season / Format: CD / Label: Kohl's Care For Kids - Emi Music Special .

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