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8 thoughts on “ Use Your Imagination - Kokomo - Kokomo / Rise And Shine ! (CD) ”

  1. Kokomo - Rise & Shine - akinoragavironkalas.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in for the first time on CD. Epic. Track Listings Disc: 1 1. Use Your Imagination 2. Little Girl 3. Thats Enough 4. Rise And Shine 5. Without Me 6. Do It Right 7. Angel Love 8. Happy Birthday 9. Feelin Good/5(3).
  2. canada issue, songs: 1- use your imagination, 2- little girl, 3- that's enough, 4- rise & shine, 5- without me, 6- do it right, 7- angle love, 8- happy birthday, 9- feelin' good. Product details Vinyl/5(3).
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  4. They were an extremely accomplished British soul big band and are probably forgotten today - but their eponymous debut album is exceptional. The second album - Rise & Shine! - is good and is not dissimilar to "Kokomo" but is nowhere near as good and as pub rock was be taken over by punk, Kokomo never achieved the success that seemed theirs in
  5. Formed in , this blue-eyed soul band was made up from the remnants of several British groups. Vocalists Dyan Birch, Paddie McHugh and Frank Collins were ex members of Arrival, a superior pop harmony band, while Neil Hubbard (guitar) and Alan Spenner (bass) had previously worked with Joe Cocker's Grease Band.
  6. With only "Rise and Shine" breaking the five-minute barrier, the album does err on the side of concise caution -- live, Kokomo were capable of some truly gargantuan grooves, and it would have been rewarding to catch a couple on vinyl. But still it is a pulse-pounding package, plus it packs one of the most appropriate sleeves of the era.
  7. Kokomo / Rise & Shine has been added to your Cart Add gift options albums by mid's band formed from the ashes of the groups Arrival and Joe Cocker's Grease Band presented on a single CD. Kokomo were a fantastic live act that drew great reviews on the seminal Naughty Rhythms tour with Dr. Feelgood. Use Your Imagination 2. Little /5(6).
  8. With only "Rise and Shine" breaking the five minute barrier, the album does err on the side of concise caution -- live, Kokomo were capable of some truly gargantuan grooves, and it would have been rewarding to catch a couple on vinyl. But still it is a pulse-pounding package, plus it packs one of the most appropriate sleeves of the era as well.

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