The Jenkins Family - Nobody Cares / Farewell mp3 flac
- Album: Nobody Cares / Farewell
- MP3: 1465 mb | FLAC: 1239 mb
- Released: 1925
- Style: Country, Gospel
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 775
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A Nobody Cares B Farewell. Companies, etc. Record Company – General Phonograph Corporation. Vocals – Andrew Jenkins, Mary Lee Spain Vocals, Organ – Irene Spain Written-By – Rev. Andrew Jenkins. Both sides recorded ca.
Tommy Jenkins is a kid from Belle Fourche. He's fond of skiing and he has talent. I conclude with the words of Tommy: Music is a more potent instrument than any other for education, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul. The Jenkins Family Belle Fourche, South Dakota. Tommy Jenkins & The Plastic Wizzards < Nosebleed. Contact The Jenkins Family. Streaming and Download help. If you like The Jenkins Family, you may also like: Zyprazol by Sculpture. A surreal medical mini-universe unfolds through the visual for this techno collective's newest glitch-pop experiment. Bandcamp New & Notable Apr 13, 2016. Retina Score by Oval.
A companion to WELCOME HOME ROSCOE JENKINS, the 2008 family-oriented comedy starring Martin Lawrence and Cedric the Entertainer, this collection features a number of R&B, neo-soul, and funk songs.
The album’s self-titled intro, filled with melodic piano and the now-familiar sounds of Donnie Trumpet, further indicates Mick Jenkins’ growth. I no longer have a problem with niggas who act like they never hated. I mean at least you know now, goes well with instrumentation that had previously seemed too upbeat for his style yet now fits perfectly. A similar message can be found on Spread Love, an equally upbeat number ( I just let my little light shine I guess that’s why they wanna throw shade at me, huh? the gospel-tinged lyrics scream).
Farewell Album is the final album released by The New Seekers in their early 1970s hit-making line up, released in 1974. It is also the group's last release on Polydor Records. In early 1974, despite being at the peak of their success, both female members Eve Graham and Lyn Paul had expressed their wish to leave the group. This was against the terms of their contract (which allowed for only one member to leave at a time), so came the announcement that the group were to split entirely.
- Record Company – General Phonograph Corporation
- Vocals [Uncredited] – Andrew Jenkins, Mary Lee Spain
- Vocals [Uncredited], Organ [Uncredited] – Irene Spain
- Written-By – Rev. Andrew Jenkins*
NotesBoth sides recorded ca. 28 August 1924 in Atlanta, GA.
Side A matrix no. 8730-A.
Side B matrix no. 8725-A.
Credits, matrix numbers and recording dates reported in Tony Russell "Country Music Records: A Discography, 1921-1942."
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): A 40248A 2 8730-a
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): A 40248B 2 8725-a