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The LSJUMB - The Incomparables herunterladen Darsteller: The LSJUMB
Titel: The Incomparables
Stil: Marches
Etikett: Embo Records
Freigegeben: 1977
Land: US
FLAC album: 1218 mb
MP3 album: 2052 mb
Bewertung: 4.7
Genre: Funkmusik / Pop / Militär


Written-By – J. Lennen, P. McCartney
2National Anthem
Trumpet [Solo] – Charles "Chazmo" Bowles
Written-By – J. Anderson, S. Howe
4Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now
Written-By – D. Bartlett, E. Castilio, S. Kupka
5Squeeze Box
Written-By – P. Townsend
6Everybody's Everything
Written-By – C. Santana, M. Brown, T. Moss
7Evil Ways
Written-By – S. Henry
8Turn The Beat Around
Written-By – V. Robinson
9Carry On Wayward Son
Written-By – K. Livgren
10My Old School
Written-By – D. Fagen, W. Becker
11All Right Now
Written-By – P. Kossoff
Drums [Drum Solo] – Buddy Kroll, David Latchaw, Joanne ThedeWritten-By – R. Lamm
13Yellow River
14Livin' In The U.S.A.
Written-By – S. Miller
15Pretzel Logic
Written By – W. Becker, D. FagenWritten-By – D. Fagen, W. Becker
16It's Over
Written-By – B. Scaggs, D. Paisch
17Just Enough And Too Much
Written-By – E. Castilio, F. Biner, S. Kupka
18Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing
Written-By – S. Wonder
19Takin' It To The Streets
Written-By – M. McDonald


  • Arranged ByDavid Lang (tracks: A5, B5, B6), Dr. A.P. Barnes (tracks: A7, A9, B1, B3, B4, B9, B10), Eric Strandberg (tracks: A1 to A3, A6, A8), Glen Daum (tracks: A4), Paul Osserman (tracks: B7), Rick Beller (tracks: B2, B8)
  • Design, Layout, ManagementRich Johnson
  • Directed ByDr. Arthur P. Barnes
  • Engineer, Edited ByLyman Miller
  • GraphicsJim McGuinness
  • Photography ByAl Mela, Chuck Painter, Rob Ericson
  • ProducerAlex Jardetzky, Rich Johnson


The Incomparables. 12 Vinyl. US1977. Embo Records. Release group information. Artist: The LSJUMB. Type: Album. The playlist is contained in the video along with other entertaining photos from the album jacket and sleeve, fronts and video about the feature doc still in production about the organization of the LSJUMB and the founding of the TREE. Contact Jack to be. The Incomparables is a swashbuckling historical adventure series following two sisters' quest for vengeance in Georgian London - uniting a diverse group of women to bring down a Duke's evil empire. Note: Because this project is categorized as in development, the data is only available on IMDbPro and is subject to change. Contact: View company contact information. Listen free to The Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band The Incomparables Everybody's Everything, Ain't Nothin' Stoppin' Us Now and more. 19 tracks . Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures of the first collegiate marching bands to record and release their music, LSJUMB produced thirteen albums since 1967. Arrangements focus on trumpets, mellophones, and trombones as the loudest brass instruments supported by bass drum called the Axis o' Rhythm, snare and single tenor drums. 회원: Buddy Kroll, Charles Chazmo Bowles, David Latchaw, Joanne Thede. LSJUMB, Stanford University Band, The Incomparable Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band, The LSJUMB, University Of Stanford Band. Album 2004 12 Songs. Los Wawanco. Latino Incomparables. Disc IDs. Cover Art 3. Additional details. Status: Official. Language: English. Script: Latin. Listen to The Leland Stanford Junior University Marching Band Radio featuring songs from The Incomparables free online. Слушать бесплатное интернет-радио, спорт, музыку, новости, разговорное и подкасты. События в прямом эфире, трансляции игр NFL, MLB, NBA, NHL, университетских команд и матчи Премьер-лиги. CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, ESPN, BBC, NPR. Since the album has 2 sides - did you know that - I created 2 YouTube videos. As a 25-year-old transfer student who is going to be a coterm Masters student in the coming academic year, I am the resident old man of the LSJUMB and Stanford community. If there is one thing Ive learned in my time on this campus and Earth though, its that the world can be a funked up place It is on those with platforms to speak from to enact the change they want to see in the world, and I hope to do that to some extent in my Tree Week, and if chosen, as the 43rd Stanford Tree