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8 thoughts on “ Holy Rolling - Barry Mann - Lay It All Out (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. A: Lay It All Out [Mono] B: Lay It All Out [Stereo] New Design USA: ZS7 Promo Only 7" 0: Barry Mann A: On Broadway [Mono] B: On Broadway [Stereo] New Design USA: ZS7 Promo Only 7" 0: Barry Mann A: Who Put The Bomp (In The Bomp, Bomp, Bomp) Brian Hyland B: Sealed With A Kiss: Goldies 45 USA: D 7" 2:
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lay It All Out on Discogs. Label: New Design Records - Z • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock.
  3. This album was released in and was Barry White's second album for A&M Records. Uptempo dance numbers like "Responsible", "Super Lover" and "L.A. My Kinda Place" all have subtle New Jack Swing influences but Barry White (thankfully) remains the star of the show/5(18).
  4. BARRY MANN Vinyl Records and CDs Born: February 9, , Brooklyn, New York American songwriter, singer, pianist and producer. Barry Mann .
  5. Still sealed original United States pressing of this vinyl record album, released in Includes the songs TOO MANY MONDAYS, HOLY ROLLING, SWEET OPHELIA and more. All of our LP's are shipped in sturdy cardboard LP mailers with appropriate geopacchesscencanslidecurxitizuthi.coinfo date: Jun 22,
  6. Sep 25,  · "Sweet Ophelia" is a song originally released on Barry Mann's LP, "Lay It All Out", and were covered the same year by Wicked Lester. While Barry did better as a song writer, usually with his.
  7. A pair of instantly obscure singles were pulled from the LP: Lay It All Out (Barry Mann) - 4.) I Heard You Singing Your Song (Barry Mann) - 5.) Holy Rolling (Barry Mann - Cynthia Weil) - 6.) You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin' (Barry Mann - Cynthia Weil - Phil Spector) - .
  8. May 03,  · referencing Lay It All Out, LP, Album, Barry Mann's Lay It All Out, released by the CBS imprint New Design Records, came in the heyday of Carole King's Tapestry and James Taylor's Mud Slide Slim, though it doesn't have the immediacy of those two classics, despite the re-recordings of "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling" and "On /5(14).

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