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  1. Track listing. Purple Haze" (Andy Cato, Tom Findlay, Bob Young, Brian Scott, Francis Rossi, Melvin Adams, Ronald Wilson, Wallace Wilson, William Hughes) – "Groove Is On" (Andy Cato, Tom Findlay, Delano Ogbourne) – "Remember" (Andy Cato, Tom Findlay, Sandy Denny) – "Madder" (Andy Cato, Tom Findlay, Jonathan White, Keeling Lee, Clive Jenner, Michael Daniel) –
  2. Run Out Groove is a vinyl only fan driven label, pressing high quality limited edition numbered vinyl from the most unique artists of the last five decades. Skip directly to content. Redirection to BOT. X. THANK YOU! Bob Clearmountain or Andy Wallace. Tom Lord-Alge signed on and the “Owsley” album got re-released on March 23, on.
  3. Artist & Title: Artie Shaw And His Orchestra ‎– Both Feet In The Groove Label & Cat #: RCA Victor ‎– LPM Mono Vinyl Grade: Excellent (EX) play graded; Cover Grade: Excellent (EX) *Near perfect jacket in beautiful condition!Cover illustration by none other than Andy Warhol who in his early years established a successful career as a commercial illustratorSeller Rating: % positive.
  4. Explore releases from the Delta Groove Music, Inc. label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Delta Groove Music, Inc. releases.
  5. Vinyl Groove, New Tecumseth, Ontario. likes. This page is all about a little classic rock cover band made up of local musicians who love to rock.
  6. The second in a series of Robyn Hitchcock retrospective box sets from Yep Roc, the five-disc ''Luminous Groove'' box set shines a light on Robyn's rock & roll renaissance with the Egyptians. In Robyn's newest group, with ex-Soft Boys Andy Metcalfe and Morris Windsor plus keyboardist Roger Jackson, marked the next stage in the career of one 4/5(15).
  7. May 12,  · You hear musicians talk all the time about groove. You might wonder what they mean by that. A lot of musicians couldn’t explain exactly, beyond “the thing that makes music sound good.” The etymology of the term comes from vinyl records. Musicians ride the groove the way a phonograph needle physically rides the groove in the vinyl.

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