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Part One
by Ralph MacDonald

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A Day in Black and White You can say what you will but your words won't…
A Day in Black and White / Black Castle Perhaps you had better start from the beginning Perhaps you…
B. Fleischmann When I first met you, baby Baby, you were just sweet…
Band of Horses The bottom, the earth, I have to fall But you really…
David Bedford/Mike Oldfield/Royal Philharmonic Orchestra Ab yul ann i dyad awt en yab na log a…
Dead Astronauts If the sun burnt out and the world grew cold and…
Grapefruit Sound Lab Well step right up and let's begin With a new twist…
H.U.G.E Everything You're everything to me Everything You're ever…
Jiyuna If i don't sweat it out before it sinks in,…
K. Wilhelm H- Harman, P-Priyanka P- Bass ek baar , bas ek baar…
kelly / roberts / verhaverbeke Baby, take off your clothes and come on Turn off the…
MC Chris The horror, it was Zorro He was wearin' a mask I was…
Modern Chemistry there's something in the atmosphere that sends a deep shiver…
Ruiner Is this the beginning? I always look towards the end. It st…
Son of Bazerk Featuring No Self Control and the Band The bottom, the earth, I have to fall But you really…
Spring Heel Jack / J.Spaceman / Steve Noble / Alan Wilkinson Yeah, on I need a, I want a I need a girl…
Television Personalities Part one: fulfilling the contractual obligations Poor peopl…
The Naked and Famous The Come here sister, Papa's in the swing He ain't too hip,…
V The eyes of love will watch you As you go from…
Wavorly In twilight, where rain and gray aren't innocent None of us…

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In the Name of Love People try to create feelings just the same as love In…

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oldschooldrumcorps

I love Jimi Solanke's spoken word in the beginning of the piece...spoken in Yoruba (he's from Nigeria) and he is known as a story teller, actor, musician, band leader, and promoter of West African cultural traditions. I still find his poem "The River" as heard in the first bars of music inspirational and draws me and connects me back to my West African Roots

Judy Cohall

oldschooldrumcorps thank you!

TheFlyingZephyr

Is it weird that I was listening to this when everybody else was listening to the Bee Gees? I couldn't get enough, it would always put me in the happiest trance.

Niels Fo

really fucking weird

Chante Tyson

My dance teacher Diane Glover choreographed a dance for this song, 30 years later I still remember the choreography.

Bryan Shepherd

Mine too !!!!
Sharon Madison Sultan working with Dance Black @ Duke University !!! Where is she now ???

Auntkekebaby

OMG!!!! That was my dance teacher too. P.S. 40

GADE GRAVES

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George Burkes

I remember buying this back in 1977 and was spellbound with this.

I'll never forget my dad playing this on our 'new stereo system for the first time!

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