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Something For You - Andrew Sandoval - From Me To You (CD, Album)

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  1. My Flash On You 5. Softly To Me 6. No Mater What You Do 7. Emotions 8. You'll Do The Following [Side 2] 9. Gazing Hey Joe Signed D.C. Coloured Balls Falling Mushroom Clouds And More Tracks 1 to 14 are the MONO MIX of their debut album "Love" – released July in the USA on Elektra EKL (September in the UK on /5(58).
  2. Andrew Sandoval: I was like you, writing about music. I was in high school and started my own music fanzine and I interviewed Davy Jones among other artists. The Rhino CD has a different sound to it. Andrew Sandoval: Yeah. In actuality we now have the original master for that album. When we did those Rhino re-issues on CD, we decided to use.
  3. Sandoval is able to blend form and content with equal skill on the gently melancholy "No One Else," and the playful venom of "I Hate Your Guts" is a welcome diversion, but too much of From Me to You suggests he ought to collaborate with a wordsmith who can bring the same strength of craft that Sandoval brings to his smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo: $
  4. Dec 10,  · Provided to YouTube by The state51 Conspiracy Something About You (Acoustic) · Level 42 The Acoustic Album ℗ MARK KING Released on: Mixer: MARK KING Producer: MARK KING Music.
  5. Mar 07,  · Because Andrew Sandoval helpfully mentioned this in an interview, as did other members of The Monkees. Just consider this. In 'Last Train to Clarksville' from this album, what you've got is Nez just showing up and chugging along and, if you're there live, that's enough.
  6. This release also includes monophonic single mixes for three of the tunes, along with excellent liner notes from Andrew Sandoval. R.I.P. isn't quite the Great Lost Zombies Album, but it's a fine set of worthwhile rarities, and it's good to finally have this material collected Price: $
  7. Here they come In Monkee Music, Andrew Hickey, author of The Beatles In Mono and The Beach Boys On Cd, examines the music of Micky, Mike, Davy and Peter from their early bubblegum pop hits with Last Train To Clarksville and I'm A Believer, through their reinvention as a self-contained band with songs like Pleasant Valley Sunday and Daydream Believer, and their psychedelic masterpiece Head Reviews:

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