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The Real Feeling - Ace (7) - Five-A-Side (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. The Real Feeling Ace. Produced by John Anthony. Album Five-a-Side. The Real Feeling Lyrics. There ain't nothing to stop you You can do anything You're flying on a vibration.
  2. An Ace Album: Five-A-Side LP Ace Format: Vinyl. Great finding this album - vinyl had a name written on the cover - there's some cracks and pops -but not annoying. are so many fantastic songs on this such as; the brooding "Know How it Feels", the fun of "Satellite", the soul of "The Real Feeling" and hammond organ driven, bass heavy, 24 /5(32).
  3. In Common by In Common: Walter Smith III & Matthew Stevens, released 19 October 1. freefive 2. Unsung 3. YINZ 4. ACE 5. foreword 6. Baron 7. 13th Floor 8. About 9. Unconditional Love ACE [reprise] PERSONNEL Walter Smith III - tenor saxophone Matthew Stevens - guitar Joel Ross - vibraphone Harish Raghavan - double bass Marcus Gilmore - drums ALBUM CREDITS Recorded at .
  4. This is not LP (Vinyl). Obi strip not included. Lyrics included. This is the CD. This is not LP (Vinyl). Details about Ace Five-A-Side Japan CD JICK Be the first to write a review. 4 The Real Feeling. 5 24 Hours. 6 Why. 7 Time Ain't Long. 8 Know How It Feels. 9 Satellite. 10 So Sorry Baby. Note:End date: Mar 23,
  5. Feb 28,  · The Real Feeling · Ace Five-A-Side ℗ The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Cavalcade Records licensed to Anchor Records Composer: Paul .
  6. Limited gram red vinyl LP pressing. Five-A-Side is the debut album by the pub rock band Ace, released by Anchor Records in The members - included future Squeeze member and solo star Paul Carrack - were assembled in from various other professional bands/5(32).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Five-A-Side on Discogs. Label: Anchor (2) - ANCL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Club Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pub Rock.
  8. Jun 28,  · “How Long,” the song that broke Ace and by many measures defines them, doesn’t necessarily present the most accurate picture of the band or its debut, tellahicividesaxkamigdevilge.xyzinfo, Ace had a knack for a soft soulful groove that distinguished them from their pub rock brethren, and in Paul Carrack they had perhaps the best blue-eyed soul singer the scene produced (Frankie Miller being a close.

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