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Sun Trip - Barry Stoller - Selling Sounds (Vinyl, LP)


9 thoughts on “ Sun Trip - Barry Stoller - Selling Sounds (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Barry Stoller. PopMatters Staff. Other Sounds LP. Released on RCA's Living Stereo line, Esquivel's subsequent albums exploited stereo separation and jumbled unpredictable.
  2. First single off Sun Voyager's upcoming LP coming spring Missing: Barry Stoller.
  3. Sun Singer is collection of music that embodies beauty,eloquence and a sense of stirring silence. I don't think age affects our ability to "hear" music of this nature nor do I believe it's a coming of age that gives us an appreciation for this kind of music.5/5(5).
  4. The Sound of Vinyl - US. K likes. Discover the ultimate vinyl destination. Shop 20,+ albums, find exclusive limited-edition records, see curated picks, and get personalized recommendations.
  5. For people of a certain age, seven-inch 45 rpm vinyl records are what music was, and is, all about. They just can’t think of Elvis without picturing that signature yellow Sun record label, or The Beatles without recalling the label on all those Capitol 45s, with their trademark orange-and-yellow swirl. Also known as singles because each side had a playing time of less than five minutes, 45s.
  6. By my count, this is either Sun Ra's 4th or 5th album, and while only a year has apparently passed since Sun Song, this is a much more mature work; among my favorite of the so-called 'straight' Sun Ra albums. The playing is a lot looser here than Sun Song too, the Arkestra feel a lot more at ease and you can hear all the performances come through/5(7).
  7. Stream Trip to the Sun by mr-olli from desktop or your mobile deviceMissing: Barry Stoller.
  8. The parent album, released the previous year, when Morgan was 25, did even better, reaching No on the US albums chart and becoming the biggest-selling LP in Blue Note’s history.
  9. In March , the second Terry Knight & The Pack LP, Reflections, was released ­ promoted by the 45 "One Monkey Don't Stop No Show." The album is more assured, eclectic and original than the first; The Pack still does its own "soul" music but it's now burnished with a smart-alecky sense of burlesque.

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