She Can Get It - Webstar - The Rooftop (CD, Album)

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  1. Having an album pressed is not cheap, and without the backing of a label, you carry that cost yourself. Labels often get better rates with manufacturers because they can order in larger volume or because they have a distribution deal in which their distributor pays for pressing. Furthermore, if you don't boast a track record, a manufacturer may not extend credit to you, meaning you have to.
  2. The Roof Top. 69 likes. The Rooftop is a collaborative studio album by American hip hop recording artists Webstar and Jim Jones. It was released on.
  3. Epic buy CD music Therefore, with this ventured approach his "Cool style of Jazz" surfaced on this CD. Looking back over my notes as I listened to this CD for the first time my comments were this is a hit song, here is a winner, and the right people are going to jump on this one. A fantastic fit of music for everyone to get their groove on.
  4. This album justifies Jay Z's D.O.A movement. I mess with Dip Set and Jim Jones and try to stay on it with all their new stuff, but if this is what The Set has come to, I might as well go buy some red hot pants, a mike jackson leather, some way to big oversized pink sunglasses and 1/5(1).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The Best of Rooftop Singers - Rooftop Singers on AllMusic - - Sixteen songs drawn from all three of the group's.
  6. The Rooftop Singers A: Walk Right In B: Cool Water: Fontana Germany: TF: 7" 1: The Rooftop Singers A: Tom Cat B: Hey, Boys: Fontana Germany: TF: Apr 7" 0: The Rooftop Singers A: Tom Cat B: Ham And Eggs: CBS Germany: CW Jun 7" 2: The Rooftop Singers A: Mama Don't Allow B: It Don't Mean A Thing.
  7. Welcome To The Rooftop (Feat. Brucie B) O.M.G. (Feat. Jim Jones, Webstar & Ricky Blaze) She Can Get It (Feat. Jim Jones, Webstar, Rex & Remo) Uptown (Interlude) (Feat. Brucie B & Ron G) Uptown (Feat. Jim Jones, Webstar, Rex & Styles P) Fast Cars (Feat. Jim Jones, Webstar & Sin) Take You.
  8. Darling and Street continued working as a duo into the early seventies, recording the album "The Possible Dream" for Vanguard. There was even an abortive attempt to turn the latter-day incarnation of The Rooftop Singers into something more relevant to as Project X, that is, electric folk or folk rock.

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