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Without Me - Kokomo - Rise And Shine (Vinyl, LP, Album)

| 06.01.2020

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  • Makasa says:
    "Faith" is Rise And Fall's artistic exploration on the concepts of faith and fate, nature and nurture, and life and death. Sonically the album melds an impassioned technical proficiency and emotional performance unlike any other previous Rise And Fall release. Showing that in their maturity, Rise .
  • Taut says:
    May 26,  · Kokomo / Rise and Shine on BGO Records No copyright infringement intended if copyright owner wishes video to be removed please contact me directly on this channel - thankyou.
  • Meztilmaran says:
    Feb 24,  · This is Kokomo's second album, and there are some great moments on it. "Little Girl" is a great song, sung in a strong falsetto. "Without Me" is a bitter song of jealosy, with the singer Dyan Birch chanting the line "you'll never make it without me" /5(16).
  • Tygogore says:
    With only "Rise and Shine" breaking the five-minute barrier, the album does err on the side of concise caution -- live, Kokomo were capable of some truly gargantuan grooves, and it would have been rewarding to catch a couple on vinyl. But still it is a pulse-pounding package, plus it packs one of the most appropriate sleeves of the era.
  • Tojazilkree says:
    Oct 10,  · this song comes from the album "rise and shine" Category Music; Show more Show less. Up next Kokomo - Without Me - Duration: BebingtonGirl 19, Vinyl .
  • Tojabar says:
    Since I was a member of Kokomo and recorded the "Rise & Shine" album, along with the "Live" cd of , I distinctly remember more politics invading the creative process than what any group could reliably get done slating a recording for eternity. I was the drummer. First there was the choice of a "producer" of the record "Rise & Shine.".
  • Tojashura says:
    CD2 Kokomo – Rise & Shine. Use Your Imagination () Little Girl () That’s Enough () Rise And Shine () Without Me ().
  • Kajikazahn says:
    Since I was a member of Kokomo and recorded the "Rise & Shine" album, along with the "Live" cd of , I distinctly remember more politics invading the creative process than what any group could reliably get done slating a recording for eternity. I was the drummer. First there was the choice of a "producer" of the record "Rise & Shine."4/5(5).

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