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Marden Hill - Sixty Minute Man mp3 track

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Performer: Marden Hill
Title: Sixty Minute Man
Country: Japan
Released: 1993
Style: Acid Jazz, Downtempo
Category: Jazz
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: MMF MP2 RA MP3 VOC ASF MOD

Tracklist

Harlem River Drive 6:46
Our Man In 3:07
Uptown Theme 5:00
Come On 4:33
The Long Drive 1:13
10:40 2:36
Summertime 5:59
Bombed On Heavy 1:58
Spanish Slalom 4:01
Bardot 6:05
Arrial 4:24
Shine On 2:25

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
PSCR-5014, MO-002, Menu.15 Marden Hill Sixty Minute Man ‎(CD, Album) Polystar, Mo' Music, Trattoria PSCR-5014, MO-002, Menu.15 Japan 1993
PSCR-5014, MO-002, Menu.15 Marden Hill Sixty Minute Man ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Trattoria, Mo' Music, Trattoria PSCR-5014, MO-002, Menu.15 Japan 1993

Listen to music from Marden Hill like Curtain, Come On & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Marden Hill. Marden Hill are the band about whom the term 'Trip Hop' was first coined. Mark Daniels, the instigator and maverick driving force of the laziest and sexiest band in history has also been responsible for inventing 'Big Beat' with Beamish & Fly and various permutations of left field grooves from 45 Dip and Spacehopper to his current thing - Sugarman.

marden hill sixty minute man. - Japan -sample copy. Price : 1. 0 €. Format : CD. Cover condition : EX (Excellent) Media condition : M (Mint). 1. maggiemaejp (Japan). Seller : maggiemaejp. marden hill sixty minute man. Polystar Mo' Music - PSCR-5014 MO-002.

The Sixty Minute Man. Charly Records 242. 1999. The Sixty Minute Man. See For Miles Records KCD 6010.

Sixty Minute Man is a song recorded by Billy Ward and his Dominoes in 1950, appearing in Fallout 4. It is played by Diamond City Radio. The song was recorded for the Federal record label in New York City on December 30, 1950 with Clyde McPhatter as lead, James Van Loan as tenor, Joe Lamont as baritone, Bill Brown as bass, and Billy Ward on the piano. Sixty-minute man, sixty-minute man.