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The Soul Agents / Bob & The Beltones - Get Ready It's Rock Steady / Smile Like An Angel flac album

The Soul Agents / Bob & The Beltones - Get Ready It's Rock Steady / Smile Like An Angel flac album
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Get Ready It's Rock Steady / Smile Like An Angel
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Rocksteady
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FLAC album size:
1393 mb
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Rating:
4.7 ✪

The Black Keys Drop First Album in Five Years, 'Let's Rock': Dan Auerbach & Patrick Carney go back to the basics. The two have been away on individual projects since the release of 2014’s Turn Blue, and the five-year rest sounds like it’s given them a reinvigorated sense of The Black Keys’ blues-rock sound. Falling far from its predecessor’s groovy and synth-infused soundscape, the pair return to their roots of crunchy guitars and energetic drum beats. The record is like a homage to electric guitar, Carney said.

Rock Steady" is a song written and performed by Aretha Franklin and released in 1971, from the album Young, Gifted and Black. The single reached the spot on the Billboard Hot 100 charts that same year. It also peaked at on the Best Selling Soul Singles chart. The B-side, "Oh Me Oh My (I'm a Fool for You Baby)" peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Best Selling Soul Singles chart. Aretha Franklin – lead vocals, piano. Donny Hathaway – electric piano, organ. Bernard Purdie – drums.

It's not the songs in full, just the best moments from them depicting the defining moments of the style they were put under. Also there's a strawpoll in the end if you want to claim the best music style out of these. Tell me what you like the most and we can go from there. No electronic or hip-hop music included, simply because it was non existent in that time period and even if it would exist, I still would just ignore it, music should be human made (electronic) and with a musical context to it (hip-hop), otherwise it loses all of its meaning. band huehue something that i like and listening last couple of years d. com/album/colors slipdiver. com/watch?v jUP-x4dZIgI.

I never met a girl who makes me feel the way that you do (You're alright) Whenever I'm asked who makes my dreams real, I say that you do (You're outta sight). So, fee-fi-fo-fum Look out, baby, 'cause here I come. So, fiddley-dee, fiddley-dum Look out, baby, 'cause here I come.

Tracklist

Soul Agents Get Ready It's Rock Steady
Bob* & The Beltones Smile Like An Angel

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CS 7007 The Soul Agents* / Bob* & The Beltones The Soul Agents* / Bob* & The Beltones - Get Ready It's Rock Steady / Smile Like An Angel ‎(7", Pus) Coxsone Records CS 7007 UK 1967
CS 7007 The Soul Agents* / Bob* & The Beltones The Soul Agents* / Bob* & The Beltones - Get Ready It's Rock Steady / Smile Like An Angel ‎(7", Sol) Coxsone Records CS 7007 UK 1967
SO 3017 The Soul Agents* / Bop & The Beltones The Soul Agents* / Bop & The Beltones - Get Ready Rock Steady / Smile Like An Angel ‎(7", Single) Studio One SO 3017 Jamaica 1967
SO 3017 The Soul Agents* / Bob* & The Beltones The Soul Agents* / Bob* & The Beltones - Get Ready It's Rock Steady / Smile Like An Angel ‎(7", Single) Coxsone Records SO 3017 Jamaica Unknown
none The Soul Agents* / Bop & The Beltones The Soul Agents* / Bop & The Beltones - Get Ready Rock Steady / Smile Like An Angel ‎(7", RP) Coxsone Records none Jamaica Unknown