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Pie - Ekseption - 5 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Limited Edition, numbered to , LP pressing on gram Silver vinyl packaged in a spot varnished sleeve. Tin Machine II is the second and final studio album by Anglo-American rock group Tin Machine, originally released by Victory Music in
  2. May 27,  · 10 videos Play all Ekseption "Ekseption 5" - Full Album Roy Hulland Rondo: Piano Concerto No.3 In C Minor Opus 37 - Duration: Ekseption - Topic views.
  3. Ekseption biography Founded in Haarlem, Netherlands in - Disbanded in EKSEPTION is a Dutch band that was famous during the late sixties/early seventies for the way it combined themes from classical composers with contemporary rock and jazz in a .
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  5. Ekseption was a Dutch rock band active from to , playing mostly-instrumental progressive rock and classical errimilecturidcimohalfsotercli.coinfo central character in the changing roster, and the only band member present on every album, was conservatory-trained trumpeter Rein van den Broek (10 September - .
  6. Jul 31,  · Flaming Pie is also available on g black vinyl 2LP, CD, Deluxe Edition, Collector's Edition, as well as digitally on streaming platforms. LP1 – Remastered Album Side 1 1. The Song We Were Singing 2. The World Tonight 3. If You Wanna Side 2 4. Somedays 5. Young Boy 6. Calico Skies 7. Flaming Pie LP2 – Remastered Album Side 3 8. Heaven On.
  7. Flaming Pie kicked off a latter day run of amazing albums in , and only Kisses on the Bottom struck me as a bit of a letdown (even if it is a pleasant lark for the occasional listen). It's hard for me to pick a favorite from that run of albums, as all of them have such great highlights while working great as complete albums with their own /5(1).
  8. A couple of months later, RCA Records decided to press the album on black vinyl as a cost-cutting move, which would have made the blue pressings rare and desirable. Shortly after this decision was made, Elvis passed away, and the label made the decision to return to blue vinyl for that album, and all pressings for the next ten years or so were.
  9. out of 5 stars One of the best collections, and the first serious one. Reviewed in the United States on December 15, This title was the first CD collection ever to really represent both sides of Ekseption: their pop/jazz reworkings of classical themes as well as their own compositions which after all _were_ roughly half of their output/5(15).

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