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Expo In Sound - Jerry Cole - Psychedelic Guitars (CD)

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  1. Mezibei
    “Psychedelic Guitars” is Ace’s third collection of Jerry Cole’s s recordings for the Crown and Custom labels. “Hot Rod Twangin’”, the first in this series, showcased some of Jerry’s early R&B work as Billy Boyd and tracks from his hot rod-themed LPs of the mids.
  2. Zulkilkis
    Dec 03,  · Instrumental from LP "More Psychedelic Guitars" also known as ''Really Got It Bad'' on LP "A Go Go Guitars" Jerry Cole; Album Guitars A Go Go Volume 2; BEAUTY in SOUND Recommended for you.
  3. Tut
    Listen to Psychedelic Guitars by Jerry Cole on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, .
  4. Nemuro
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  5. Daizragore
    Track List OUR MAN HENDRIX - The Projection Company HARD TIMES - The Generation Gap WHAT'S YOUR BAG? - T Swift & The Electric Bag WILD TIMES - The Stone Canyon Rock Group KIMEAA - The Projection Company FOOL'S LUCK - The Generation Gap TUNE OUT OF PLACE - The Projection Company HIGH ON LOVE - The Generation Gap FREE FORM IN 6 - T Swift & The Electric Bag .
  6. Ditaur
    Tracklist with lyrics of the album PSYCHEDELIC GUITARS [] of Jerry Cole: Our Man Hendrix - The Projection Company - Hard Times - The Generation Gap -.
  7. Gardasho
    "Psychedelic Guitars" is the third release from Ace Records featuring Jerry Cole's Crown and Custom labels recordings from the s. Crown jumped all over the latest fads and wasted no time whatsoever in proffering their $ LPs at grocery stores and other retail outlets. And they often recycled recordings with updated packaging that often didnt have anything to do with what was actually on.
  8. Dubei
    Psychedelic Guitars is the third release from Ace Records featuring Jerry Cole's Crown and Custom label's recordings from the s. Crown jumped all over the latest fads and wasted no time whatsoever in proffering their $ LPs at grocery stores and other retail outlets.
  9. Fenrizragore
    In the late '60s, outstanding veteran Los Angeles guitarist Jerry Cole was the main force behind several budget psychedelic albums. Mostly instrumental, mostly comprised of Cole originals, and mostly released on the Custom label, these were perhaps more pseudo-psychedelic than psychedelically psychedelic. Attributed to different studio-only bands, they highlighted Cole's versatile ability to 6/

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