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9 Replies to “ Satellite Love - What You Do (Vinyl) ”

  1. Aug 04,  · The song, "Do I Love You (Indeed I Do)," was written and performed by Wilson, and set a record in as the most expensive Motown vinyl ever sold when a Leicestershire, UK-based record dealer organized the sale to an anonymous buyer for £25, The album, which remains the tenth most expensive vinyl record ever sold, was never released in.
  2. If you love music, collect vinyl records, or simply need to update your stereo system, you can do that all from the comfort of your home as Audio-Reader Network's annual benefit sale is going virtual! Join them on Facebook Live tonight from p.m. to get your fill of great audio finds and support a great cause!
  3. "Satellites" is the first single by September from her second album In Orbit and is the first single released under her contract with Catchy Tunes. The single was a success in Sweden and Finland and was later released in variety of countries worldwide, such as Poland, Romania, Spain, Israel, the United Kingdom and the United States, being September's first international release.
  4. Love What You Do By Devon, Vicksburg, Michigan. 35 likes · 2 talking about this. Sewing, painting and vinyl products for all. Loving what I do! Check out some of my stuff on Ebay.
  5. XL May include frequent explicit language or mature programming. Call SiriusXM Listener Care at and ask about Family Friendly packages. All programming subject to change. Satellite and streaming lineups vary slightly.
  6. Heavy Heads Records is the largest vinyl retailer in Springfield, MO. We offer low prices on new and pre-owned vinyl records, CD's, cassette tapes, 8-tracks, and more! We specialize in buying large very large music collections on all formats, and pay very competitive rates for used items.
  7. A true record collector, he's proud to say he still has all of his original "classic vinyl!" Katherine Boyd | email Weekends 12 pm - 6 pm ET. Katherine Boyd is an Emmy award winning broadcaster who grew up on classic rock. Over the years Katherine's covered a bunch of Rock Hall induction ceremonies, and even covered the Rock and Roll Hall of.
  8. But I forgive Satellite of Love, because not only does the new version sound fresh and contemporary, it's got me listening to Transformer, Reed's seminal album produced by David Bowie and Mick Ronson. You could easily mistake Transformer for a best of album (Viscous, Perfect Day, Walk on the Wild Side), but it's not/5(4).
  9. At last, The Smithereens' historic session recreating The Beatles' first hit single, "Love Me Do" and "P.S. I Love You"! Both songs feature drummer Andy White, who played on the original Fab Four record in , on a beautiful Tollie label 45 RPM vinyl single with picture sleeve, paying tribute to the original record's American release! Shipping included on all U.S. orders.

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