Various - The Golden Age Of Modern Soul - Volume 1 album download
|1-1||–Larom Baker*||You're The Best|
|1-2||–King Tutt||You Got Me Hung Up|
|1-3||–The Chosen Few Band||What It Takes To Live|
|1-5||–Cecil Lyde||I'll Make It On My Own|
|1-6||–Horizon||They Don't Make 'Em Like You|
|1-7||–Greg Perry||It Takes Heart|
|1-8||–Curtis Anderson||The Hardest Part|
|1-10||–The Whatnauts||Help Is On The Way|
|1-12||–Moody Scott||My Lovely Lady|
|1-13||–William Bostic||What You Do To Me|
|1-14||–The Pictures*||I'm Gonna See You Through|
|1-15||–Willie Johnson||What I'm Gonna Do Without Your Love|
|1-16||–Michael Cloud||Check Your Direction|
|1-17||–Alex Taylor||Slowly Turning To Love|
|1-18||–Essex IV||My Heart Just Can't Take It|
|1-19||–Smoke||Now You're Gone|
|1-20||–Harris & Orr||Here I Go|
|2-1||–The Naturals||Da Da Da Da Da (I Love You)|
|2-2||–Jimmy Barnes*||I Think I've Got A Good Chance|
|2-3||–Perfections*||Can This Be Real|
|2-4||–Tony Lampkin||He's A Better Liar Than Me|
|2-5||–Up From The Bottom||That's The Way The World Should Be|
|2-6||–Reachers||I Just Want To Do My Own Thing|
|2-7||–Willie Fisher||Put Your Lovin' On Me|
|2-8||–Vivilore Jordan||All Work And No Play|
|2-9||–Lou Ragland||Since You Said You'd Be Mine|
|2-10||–Storm||Can't Nobody Love Me Like You Do|
|2-11||–BJB*||I Gotta Make You Believe In Me|
|2-12||–Lee McDonald||I'll Do Anything For You|
|2-13||–Chuck Strong||Doin' It Cause It Feels Good|
|2-14||–Melvin Moore||All Of A Sudden|
|2-15||–John Simmons||Ain't Nothing Like The Love|
|2-17||–24 Karat Gold||What Does The Future Hold|
|2-19||–Eddie Giles & The Numbers||Sexy Lady|
|2-20||–Larry Brown||Breaking Training (Part 1)|
Notes1-20 incorrectly credited to Spread Love.
1-1 –Larom Baker 1-2 –King Tutt 1-3 –The Chosen Few Band 1-4 –Jewel 1-5 –Cecil Lyde 1-6 –Horizon 1-7 –Greg Perry 1-8 –Curtis Anderson 1-9 –Bill 1-10 –The Whatnauts 1-11 –.
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Genius of Modern Music: Volume 1 is the name given to at least four different compilation albums by jazz pianist Thelonious Monk. Each version comprises some of Monk's first recordings as band leader for Blue Note, recorded in 1947 (and sometimes 1948). The original LP with this title was compiled in 1951. Two different CD compilations have been given this title.
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Digital publication 19/09/2018. The Golden Age. The Golden Age – Volume 1 Part 1. Script by Cyril Pedrosa Roxanne Moreil - Art by Cyril Pedrosa. An exiled princess, a knight and his young companion travel across a kingdom in turmoil to rally support so the princess can reclaim her throne. In the first volume of this sweeping graphic novel, each person’s convictions will be put to the test. The Golden Age – Volume 1 Part 2 The Golden Age Cyril Pedrosa & Roxanne Moreil & Cyril Pedrosa. By the same creator(s). Jean-Paul is a shy, slightly gawky young man leading a rather unremarkable life in which his oppressive mother is all too present.
The Golden Age of Grotesque is the fifth studio album by Marilyn Manson, released on May 5, 2003 by Interscope Records. It incorporates themes from the glamorous Swing era of the thirties, as well as from the Weimar Republic of pre-Nazi Germany. It spawned two singles ("mOBSCENE" and "This Is the New Shit"). It was revealed in a 2007 interview with Kerrang! that this was intended to be Marilyn Manson's departure from music, however his divorce drove him to write the album's successor, Eat Me, Drink Me.
The album is marked by a thematic preoccupation with degenerate art (Entartete Kunst).
Three years later, he unleashed his fifth album, The Golden Age of Grotesque, and he still seemed out of step with the times, but there was a difference - he sounded comfortable with that development. Also, by 2003, rock, particularly heavy metal, was in desperate need of artists with a grand vision and ambition, which Manson has in spades. After all, The Golden Age is designed to be a modern update of German art, vaudeville, and decadent Hollywood glamour of the '30s, all given a thudding metallic grind, of course.