I Guess It Had To Be That Way - Various - Stars Of The 30s (Vinyl, LP)

Download I Guess It Had To Be That Way - Various - Stars Of The 30s (Vinyl, LP)
Label: Decca - DL 13052 • Format: Vinyl LP, Compilation • Country: Greece • Genre: Jazz, Folk, World, & Country •


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8 Replies to “ I Guess It Had To Be That Way - Various - Stars Of The 30s (Vinyl, LP) ”

  1. Things Might Have Been So Different: A3 – Eddie Cantor With Ambrose And His Orchestra* Little Lady Make Believe/Says My Heart: A4 – Kate Smith (2) Moon Song: A5 – Bing Crosby With Jimmie Grier's Orchestra* I Guess It Had To Be That Way: A6 – Adelaide Hall: I Got Rhythm: A7 – Bing Crosby With Jimmie Grier's Orchestra* The Day You Came 5/5(1).
  2. Dec 28,  · K-Tel(as Majestic) in Australia realised that in order to put 24 songs on an LP(12 per side) was going to involve some severe editing. So K-Tel(Majestic) cut back to 20 tracks(10 per side) in order to get more songs in a side appearing in their complete form, or as many as possible.4/5(73).
  3. The new vinyl release which (thank you Amazon) I received in the mail the day it came out is the way to go. Make sure you have a good stereo. The separation, punch, bass, drums, guitar and especially vocals sound like you are right in the recording studio/5().
  4. Great movie! Amazing soundtrack! LOVE THE PINK VINYL!!! My only wish is that the record cover was a little thicker the way they used to be. Seems like all the vinyl covers made now are of very flimsy and thin cardboard. Just personally prefer the thicker feel of the albums in the 80's/5(20).
  5. Feb 08,  · Now guess what. Around million CDs were sold in the same period. By value, that was around $ million. Which means the sales of CDs and vinyl records are almost same by value. Yes. And guess what, CD sales are not growing. In fact, they are falling, while sales of vinyl records are growing. So vinyl record sales will soon over take CD sales?
  6. Do you have vinyl records, CD or music memorabilia to sell? We buy 7"s, 12"s, LPs, CD albums, CD singles, and Pop and Rock Memorabilia from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, s and onwards, from single items to whole record collections.
  7. The promotional copies of the Beatles’ single “Penny Lane” had a different ending than the version of the song on the stock copies of the single, making these rare copies quite valuable in comparison to the million-selling stock counterpart. the easiest way to find out about vinyl records value was to .
  8. Dec 19,  · When we first started making records in the early '80s, you had to make an LP. It’s expensive, and unless you’re sure of yourself and you have the money and the time, you can’t really do that. And now people just make records on a computer and burn it on a CD and they call it an album.

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