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9 thoughts to “ Let Me Tell You Baby - Les Humphries Singers - Rock n Roll Party (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Also the music sounds like one part Black Sabbath, one part Led Zeppelin and one part Deep Purple. Couple of great songs on this and the rest of the album is listenable if you like the early heavy metal Rock genre. My only complaint also applied to the original LP I had, the recording quality could have been better. Still, it's Rock'n'Roll. Right?/5(91).
  2. Warner Music hat sich also doch noch einmal entschieden, ein weiteres Paket von bisher nicht auf CD veröffentlichten Les Humphries Alben herauszubringen. Es handelt sich hierbei um die erste LP der Les Humphries Singers: Rock My Soul (die ursprünglich den Namen ‚I Believe‘ trug, aus dem Jahre /5(11).
  3. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Les Humphries Singers And R.&R.-Band* - Rock 'n' Roll Party at Discogs. Complete your The Les Humphries Singers And R.&R.-Band* collection/5(13).
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Let Me Tell You Baby It's Called Rock 'N' Roll on Discogs/5(3).
  5. Words alone cannot describe the music that captivated many teenagers in the s and turned them into fans for the rest of their lives, but Cliff came pretty close when he sang, Let me tell you baby, it s called Rock n Roll. For more proof, listen to this album. Review/5(31).
  6. Recording quality seems to me a bit bland for what was an exciting group to see and hear but this CD adequately represents what the disc label describes as "Greatest Hits - Das Beste" and will satisfy anyone wanting to recall the now distant days of the Les Humphries Singers/5(37).
  7. Исполнитель: The Les Humphries Singers Альбом: Rock'n'Roll Party (LP vinyl) Лейбл: Decca SLX P (Germany) Год выпуска: Жанр: Pop Содержание: Side 1 Bony Maronie - Jambalaya - Jenny Jenny Roll Over Beethoven - Johnny B. Goode - Let Me Tell You Baby
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