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8 thoughts on “ Transatlantic Love Song - Jean-Paul Sartre Experience - Love Songs (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Artist: The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience Title Of Album: I Like Rain: The Story Of The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience Year Of Release: Label: Fire Records Genre: Indie Rock, Psychedelic Pop Quality: / FLAC Total Time: min Total Size: MB / GB WebSite: Album Preview Tracklist: Fish In The Sea () Own Two Feet () Firetime ().
  2. I Like Rain: The Story of The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience by The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience, released 07 August 1. Fish In The Sea 2. Own Two Feet 3. Firetime 4. Grey Parade 5. Loving Grapevine 6. Let There Be Love 7. Transatlantic Love Song 8. Einstein 9. All The Way Down Jabberwocky Crap Rap I Like Rain Flex Let That Good Thing Grow
  3. The Size of Food, an Album by Jean-Paul Sartre Experience. Released in on Communion (catalog no. COMM 10; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jangle Pop, Indie Rock.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Traveling Song - The Transatlantic Collective on AllMusic -
  5. With the name The Jean-Paul Sartre Experience, what the listener might expect remained as enigmatic as the off-beat moniker itself from this foursome. "I Like Rain" collects every recording released by what I will abbreviate to JPSE. Their three studio albums, plus EPs and singles, comprise 54 songs, usually understated rather than assertive/5(7).
  6. The Tangent, the progressive rock group led by Andy Tillison, recent ly announced the release of their 11th studio album ‘Auto Reconnaissance’ on the 21st August The follow-up to ’s ‘Proxy’, sees them continuing the band philosophy of celebrating the golden age of prog, whilst bringing it to the present and exploring new paths for the music to take in the future.
  7. Jean-Paul Sartre (). “Saint Genet: Actor and Martyr”, p.6, U of Minnesota Press When we love animals and children too much, we love them at the expense of men.
  8. "Love Songs", the first JPSE disc is a classic of NZ jangly soft-guitar, and is alone worth the price of this set. The remaining discography is all very listenable, and very well-.

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