Various - Philly Steps album flac
Title: Philly Steps
MP3 album: 1619 mb
FLAC album: 1699 mb
Other formats: AA AHX AC3 ADX MIDI RA MPC
Genre: Funk and Soul
From various sessions with various musicians recorded 1956-1971 Includes 6 duos with Eddie Gomez (b). Columbia. The Soul of Jazz Percussion (1960) features 3 tracks by the Donald Byrd-Pepper Adams Sextet with Evans, Paul Chambers, Philly Joe Jones, and Earl Zindars. Guys and Dolls Like Vibes (1958). Pop + Jazz Swing (Audio Fidelity, 1961) - also released as Just Jazz!
Invincible is the first public album by the group Two Steps From Hell, and was released in May 2010. It consists of 22 tracks written by composers Thomas J. Bergersen and Nick Phoenix. All the tracks, apart from "Am I Not Human?" and "To Glory" (both of which were later released on the album Nero), are from their previous releases. The album also features modified versions of "Freedom Fighters" and "Undying Love" from the Legend album. Tracks 1, 16, and 17 are new versions.
Combination Traffic II: Various Steps.
Philly Regrooved 2 The Tom Moulton Remixes.
Two Steps From Hell - Unleashed (Album). Album release date: 19 September 2017.
Paul Earthquake Moore, an activist based in Southwest Philly, rallied the neighborhood via live stream to come out and participate in the Southwest Pride Day parade and street festival. Only a handful of people stood scattered around the parking lot, but as the parade moved down Woodland Avenue toward 65th Street, residents were emerging from their houses and storefronts (surely attracted by the sounds of the Mass Konfusion drill team). By the time the parade reached 65th, hundreds of people were arriving to celebrate on the cordoned-off street. The Southwest Community Development Corporation and the 12th Police District started the festival 23 years ago. Flags of various African and Caribbean nations hang from the telephone poles along Woodland Avenue, a testament to the diversity of the neighborhood. African restaurants, grocery stores, and clothing boutiques appear every few storefronts.
Visiting the City of Brotherly Love for the first time? These are 10 quintessentially Philadelphia experiences. Since Rocky’s first triumphant run on the silver screen in 1976, the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art have become an international destination. Travelers from around the world embark on their own jog up the stairs, pumping their fists in the air as they cherish the spectacular view of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and the city skyline. To finish off the experience, head to the bottom of the stairs and snap a photo with the bronze statue of Rocky, originally created for Rocky III. Where: Rocky Statue and Rocky Steps, Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||–Barbara Mason||Yes, I'm Ready (Handance Mix)||6:40|
|2||–The People's Choice*||I Likes To Do It (Extended Mix)||7:07|
|3||–Fantastic Johnny C*||Waitin' For The Rain (Moulton Mix)||8:17|
|4||–Cliff Nobles||Love Is All Right||9:43|
|5||–Cliff Nobles||The Horse||6:30|
|6||–The People's Choice*||I Likes To Do It (Regroomatt Mix)
Remix – DJ Romain, Paul Simpson
|7||–John Ellison||You've Got To Have Rhythm (Vinyl Mix)||8:16|
|8||–Barbara Mason||Yes, I'm Ready Part 2 (Moulton Mix)||9:56|
|9||–The Peeple's Choice*||I Likes To Dance (Medley)||5:47|
|10||–Barbara Mason||Yes, I'm Ready (LynSam Reggae Mix)
Remix – Laury Webb, Paul Simpson
NotesClassic Phil-La of Soul Remixes
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4778040242