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Title: Final Vinyl
Released: 1980
MP3 album: 1260 mb
FLAC album: 1102 mb
Rating: 4.1
Genre: Rock / Pop / Folk and Country

MSA-6550-LP, MSA 6550. The Pat Terry Group ‎(LP). MSA-6550-LP, MSA 6550. The Pat Terry Group ‎(Cass, Album).

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Pat Metheny Group is the first album by the Pat Metheny Group, released in 1978.

Final Vinyl is a Hot Tuna compilation album. At the time the album was assembled, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady had stopped performing together and were on to newer endeavours. Kaukonen recorded a solo album, Jorma, and Casady joined the band SVT. Kaukonen signed to RCA Records and Casady moved to 415 Records. This marked the end of Hot Tuna on the Jefferson Airplane owned Grunt Records, so a "final" compilation album was assembled

Pat terry group, final vinyl, newpax records, NP33093, 1980, vinyl lp record. Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee MFSL LP Original Master Recording 200 G Vinyl Album.

Pat Terry Group - Sweet Music. Posted by Don in state of Delaware @ 21:08 on May 27 2011. I have this classic album by a great group of guys; to include a great songwriter. The album title "Sweet Music" was the first song I ever heard that I recall, from this trio;great upbeat song for ccm genre at the time.

The Pat Terry Group Track Listing: Songs of the South. You Got Me Lord of All What Good's It Gonna Do Ya Nothing That You Can't Do Home Where I Belong Restored Help Me Love You More All I Ever Need Daniel Happy Man Reason Why You Do The Things You Do Enduring Love Lullaby I Belong to You Alone at Last. I used to play my personal Songs of the South album while a DJ at KSWP in Lufkin, TX in 1986. The entire album ministers to me: such a sweet love for the Lord shines through! Thank you for posting this, Ray! about 2 years ago.

For me, these two albums epitomise the Pat Metheny sound. Gentle, seductive, craftful and unlike any other guitar player, this is a must-have album. The album plays like a suite and is so well-composed that you can't help but listen it out entirely, even if, like me, you've played it a million times. It never loses its magic. SQ: spot-on, with lots of subtle detail but presented without any edge


A1 One More Try
A2 All I Can Be
A3 Faith Has Eyes
A4 Everyday Man
A5 Seen It Now
B1 Bring Me To The Balance
B2 I Got To Go Down
B4 So Many Reasons
B5 The Heart Of His Will