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I Miss You - Beefeater - Plays For Lovers (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Jan 14,  · "Stay positive even when you feel like your whole world is falling apart" I lost my bestfriend, my queen, my world, my everything, and most importantly my .
  • Nov 21,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Beefeater - Plays For Lovers at Discogs. Complete your Beefeater collection/5(59).
  • Nov 08,  · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment I Miss You · Beverley Craven Mixed Emotions ℗ Sony Music Entertainment UK Limited Background Vocal: Andy.
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  • I Miss You (later reissued as Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes) is the debut album released by Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes on the Philadelphia International record label in August It was produced by Kenneth Gamble & Leon Huff.. The album title was changed from I Miss You to Harold Melvin & the Blue Notes and given a new cover after the success of the single "If You Don't Know Me by Now".
  • This CD features the Beefeater LPs Beefeater - Plays For Lovers and Beefeater - House Burning Down, plus two additional tracks (16 and 29). "Plays for Lovers" (Songs ) - Recorded February and April at Innerear Studios. "House Burning Down" (Songs ) - /5(15).
  • American label based in Washington DC, started by Jeff Nelson (The Teen Idles, Minor Threat) and Ian MacKaye (The Teen Idles, Minor Threat, Embrace (2), Fugazi, The Evens) and run from Dischord House. Mostly local hardcore, punk, emo and post-hardcore based bands signed to this DIY underground label started in Began printing barcodes on.
  • Obviously I’d heard the tracks on the album, who hasn’t, and like most music fans and most musicians/members fron 60s and 70s Bands I have respect for the iconic Elvis Presley. So when I first got the cd I played as always and thought one listen would be all I’d give it but it’s turned into one of those albums that I regularly play/5().

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