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George Victory - Nice & Sweet (Vinyl)


8 thoughts on “ George Victory - Nice & Sweet (Vinyl)

  1. Solidly soaring work from tenorist George Adams – recording live here with pianist Don Pullen, one of his best musical partners during the 80s! The album's got a bit more of a bite than some of the pair's studio sessions – a bit straighter overall, but recorded with a nice degree of read more LP, Vinyl .
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  3. In the sweet, sweet, sweet victory, yeah! And the one who's last to fall The winner takes all You don't win no silver Oh, You only lose the gold You push with a fever Oh, your time keeps tollin' on Against all the odds, Against all your pain Your backs on the wall With no one to blame Wild hearts won't be tamed And it's sweet, sweet, sweet.
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  5. British rock/pop group, formed in Liverpool, England during the late s. Signed to recording contract with EMI in The lineup () comprised John Lennon (vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards), Paul McCartney (vocals, bass, guitar, keyboards, percussion), George Harrison (guitar, vocals, sitar), and Ringo Starr (drums, vocals, percussion).
  6. George married Lillian Gibson, daughter of “Ma Sue,” who was the daughter of a Misquita Indian Chief, and they produced Eva (Elinor’s mother, our grandmother), Aunt Muriel and Uncle Maurice Lindo. Maurice’s marriage to Ina Gabb, produced lawyer and politician Dean Lindo, as well as daughters Nita and Joyce, the mother of P.M. Dean Barrow.
  7. Conduit, a top-class middle-distance performer and Northern Ireland's only thoroughbred stallion, has died aged 15 after a short illness. The son of Dalakhani had stood at Tullyraine House Stud since , with the first six years of his stallion career having been spent at Big Red Farm in Japan.

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