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Where Do We Go From Here - Mark James (4) - Mark James (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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1973
Label: Bell Records - Bell 1117 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock


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  1. A2: Pressure Written-By – Dana Meyers, Richard Randolph: A3: Always Written-By – Jessie Barrish* A4: Said You Wouldn't Leave Again Written-By – Benjamin Wright, Lorren Bates* B1: You Know What I Like Written-By – Jessie Barrish*, Terry Shaddick: B2: Where Do We Go From Here Written-By – Garry A. Jackson /5(13).
  2. After the massive success of his album Face Value, Phil Collins didn't take a much of a break. Genesis released Abacab six months later, then headed out on a long tour. When they got back, Collins jumped right into Brand: Rhino.
  3. The original album was so good, we passed it on to a friend and bought the deluxe version. many artists have only one album in them, I hope this is not the case for James, but this will take some equalling. Maybe he needs to wait a while and let the hype die down before releasing any additonal material/5(K).
  4. Where Do We Go From Here Tracks 1 to 23 make up their 2nd studio set - the double-album "Chicago" (sometimes referred to as "Chicago II") – released January in the USA on Columbia KGP and March in the UK on CBS Records Produced by JAMES WILSON GUERCIO - it peaked at No.4 in the USA and No. 6 in the UK. CHICAGO was/5().
  5. This is NOT the original Trade Mark Of Quality bootleg label. The original label stopped their activities. (fake) TMOQ releases from and onwards shall be listed here ".
  6. The album's title had been chosen by Phife Dawg, and although the other members did not understand its meaning, they kept it in place after his death. Q-Tip has stated that it is the group's last album. Release and sales. We Got It from Here Thank You 4 Your Service was released by Epic Records on November 11,
  7. Life and career. Lindsay was born in Eugene, Oregon, and was the second of eight children of George and Esther Ellis paybonkannhotcotab.resniamueriiproccitmebervoisedisdu.co family moved to Idaho when he was young, where he attended Wilder High School for a short time. By his own account, Lindsay is one-eighth Cherokee. [citation needed]Career. Lindsay began performing at age 15 with local bands that played local venues.
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