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Rave On - Jimmy Page Vs Albert Lee - Who Rocks It Better? (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Filename D:\Sket4er\Jimmy Page Vs Albert Lee - Who Rocks It Better () [flac]\Jimmy Page Vs Albert Lee - Who Rocks It phosotlittmenlumbforlyetibatitemsi.coinfo Peak level % Extraction speed X Range quality % Test CRC DC88C Copy CRC DC88C Copy OK No errors occurred AccurateRip summary Track 1 not present in database Track 2 not present in database.
  2. "Who Rocks It Better?" track listing. Tracks were reordered on this vinyl edition with bonus CD. Tracks 1 to 6 (side A of vinyl) feature Jimmy Page, and tracks 7 to 14 (side B of vinyl) feature Albert Lee and Big Jim Sullivan on guitar.
  3. Aug 05,  · This is a Minty looking German Import Atlantic 2 LP set, consisting of Zep’s first two records. We dropped the needle on all four sides of this record and WOW! Side one of Zep II was SHOCKINGLY GOOD. Big bottom, lots of top, clean vocals — what more could you ask for? Our Rough Hot Stamper Grade: A+ or better.
  4. Item # · Rock & Pop LP. JEFF BECK, JIMMY PAGE, ETC: the beginning british blues. IMMEDIATE limited edition red vinyl pressing. Item # · Rock & Pop LP. JIMMY PAGE / ALBERT LEE: jimmy page vs. albert lee: who rocks it better? LILITH Still Sealed. $ Euro, gram reissue, w/ cd of the album. Add to cart. Click.
  5. Jun 06,  · John Paul Jones, Jimmy Page, Nicky Hopkins, Jim Sullivan*, Chris Hughes (2), Albert Lee, Clem Cattini, Keith David De Groot - Super Rock ‎ (LP, Album, RE) /5().
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Playin' Up A Storm on Discogs. Label: The Vinyl Countdown - SFMVC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Blues • Style: Blues Rock, Rock & Roll.
  7. Free 2-day shipping. Buy Jimmy Page - Jimmy Page vs. Albert Lee - Vinyl at phosotlittmenlumbforlyetibatitemsi.coinfo
  8. Mar 30,  · Reverb was privileged to sit down with guitar legend Albert Lee. Albert discusses his early guitars and his legendary Supro/Les Paul combination that inspired Jimmy Page .

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