Category Archives: Rock

Lovin Mighty Fire - Naoya Matsuoka With Minako Yoshida - Lovin Mighty Fire (Vinyl)

8 Responses

  1. Malazshura says:
    Buy Lovin Mighty Fire: Nippon Funk Soul Disco at Juno Records. In stock now for same day shipping. Lovin' Mighty Fire: Nippon Funk Soul Disco
  2. Barg says:
    Lovin' Mighty Fire: Nippon Funk Soul Disco by Various Artists - CD () for $ from protcadabbcrafiramtoracycbedyran.xyzinfo R&B / Soul - Order by Phone Price: $
  3. Voodoozuru says:
    Lovin Mighty Fire is Howard Williams third Japanese music compilation for the Ace Records house of labels - this time, for BGP International. Assembled in between his job as a record distributor and his monthly Japan Blues show for NTS radio, the first two have taken a look at the late 50s for a blast of Japanese rockabilly (Nippon Rock n Roll CDWIKD ), then the 60s and 70s for a romp in.
  4. Mezim says:
    Junko Ohashi’s ‘Dancin’, recorded in New York, was produced by keyboard player Ken Sato (her husband) and jazz bassist Teruo Nakamura. Naoya Matsuoka’s ‘Lovin’ Mighty Fire’‚ graced by soul diva Minako Yoshida, was released in as a blue vinyl inch single, just before Matsuoka got his big break with the fusion boom.
  5. Digis says:
    Feb 24,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Lovin' Mighty Fire (Nippon Funk • Soul • Disco ) on Discogs/5(13).
  6. Meztisida says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Purple Vinyl release of Lovin' Mighty Fire on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - LA • Format: Vinyl 12 Naoya Matsuoka With Minako Yoshida - Lovin' Mighty Fire (, Purple, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(19).
  7. Moogurr says:
    Apr 19,  · 14 -Naoya Matsuoka & Minako Yoshida Lovin’ Mighty Fire DOWNLOAD From: Rapidgator, Uploaded, Katfile, Mexashare, Album Best Album Disco Funk Japan
  8. Shakagal says:
    Lovin Mighty Fire is Howard Williams third Japanese music compilation for the Ace Records house of labels - this time, for BGP International. Assembled in between his job as a record distributor and his monthly Japan Blues show for NTS radio, the first two have taken a look at the late 50s for a blast of Japanese rockabilly (Nippon Rock n Roll CDWIKD ), then the 60s and 70s for a romp in /5(5).
Page 1 of 212