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Its A Mad Mad Mad Mad Mambo Part II - Joe Cain & His Orchestra* - Latin Explosion (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Taudal
    Jan 17,  · Jeff's Star Talk Show Celebrates 45th Anniversary of It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World Part 1 - Duration: Jeffrey Wayne Sutherland 1, views.
  2. Daim
    Jun 23,  · Mad Lyrics: P-Lo, time to bring the bass back / Is it cause the ice up on my wrist that's why you mad? / Is it cause the way I took your bitch that's why you mad? / Is it cause the way I stack.
  3. Arashikasa
    Tremendously cool re-issue of this rare early 60s set recorded for the Time label. Highly recommended! Tracks are: Tanga, Pa Katanga, Chunga Uhuruh Chunga, A Bailar Guajira, Wild Horses, It's A Mad Mad Mad Mad Mambo (Part 1 & Part 2), Que Paso, Pa-Pa Bajo, Listen, Dos Trompetas, Kenyatta, Rio Muni, Mungo Mungo Baby5/5(2).
  4. Mikazuru
    Funky madness! This one's exactly what is says – a live mix, recorded by this hip funky combo, sort of a mixtape of classic funky tunes, all slammed together in one massive performance!Breakestra run through some of the biggest funky 45s of the 60s and 70s, jamming hard in one live to tape performance that takes us back to the classic days of the JBs grooving in the studio with James Brown.
  5. Tajora
    The Mad Men was formed somewhere in when a group of friends and rock 'n' roll fans decided to start a band and tried playing the music they loved so much. The first line-up was actually without drums with Darko Grošek playing the lead guitar, Branko Radovancevic singing, Goran Margeta playing the rhythm guitar and Mario Zuvela playing the.
  6. Dugis
    Hughes' writings are well known – part of a rich tradition of African-American expression in the 20th Century – but his readings of his own work are equally great – performed at a level that really illuminates the text, and balances them with all the right stress and meaning that can sometimes be overlooked given the simple nature of his.
  7. Jusho
    When one hears the phrase, “they don’t make ‘em like that anymore”, it typically refers to something obsolete such as 8-track tape decks. Used in cinematic references, it may really mean, “They can’t make ‘em like that anymore”, which is certainly descriptive of Mel Brooks’ politically incorrect _Blazing Saddles_, or in this specific instance, ’s _It’s a Mad.

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