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  1. Black Colt - Cloud-Water Slang music CD album at CD Universe, Black Colt is a fusion of Roots-Rock, Psychedelia, Country, and Americana, It blends rich lyrical.
  2. Dimension Hatross is a masterpiece by the Quebecois quartet that I never get tired listening to. This is Voivod's best album and was way ahead of it's time when released in I love the conceptual storyline the album follows and Piggy has so many memorable riffs song after song, it's just ridiculous/5(34).
  3. Melvin Davis provide a nice rock steady bass throughout. And Randy Drake shows his licks on the skins. Novello has a mastery of the Hammond B3 unsurpassed by few. Sit back and chill listening to this underrated (can't believe I am the first to review this smokin' CD) gem in your CD player and get ready to take a soul/jazz/rock journey to sonic 5/5(3).
  4. Tracklist: Wanderlust Lullaby of Birdland Le vent d'été You Belong to Me On a Slow Boat to China A Journey to a Star Road to Nowhere Lush, timeless vocals and jazzy arrangements set the mood for a quiet, romantic evening or elegant cocktail party. The original title.
  5. Murray Gold's "Love Don't Roam", made for the Doctor Who Christmas special The Runaway Bride sounds a lot like "The Snake" by Al Wilson. B.E.R's "Night Begins to Shine" opening theme is similar to Blondie's "Call Me" However "Night Begins to Shine" was created to be an 80's tribute.; Beyoncé "Hold Up" sounds like Shaggy "Angel". Shaggy's "Angel" also sounds suspiciously similar to Steve.
  6. In this case, your reward is a musical journey, and that's what "Covered in Black" precisely is: a very honest, human, and musical journey. I found the song writing on this album to be exceptionally dark and aggressive compared to anything else in their discography, which is certainly a huge plus.5/5(8).
  7. Sep 01,  · In this case, your reward is a musical journey, and that's what "Covered in Black" precisely is: a very honest, human, and musical journey. I found the song writing on this album to be exceptionally dark and aggressive compared to anything else in /5(17).

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