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Be Young Be Foolish - Madassa Soul Band with Laverne Brown - Live at Acapela (CD, Album)

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8 comments on Be Young Be Foolish - Madassa Soul Band with Laverne Brown - Live at Acapela (CD, Album)

  1. Madassa Soul Band, Cardiff. K likes. Welcome to Madassa Soul Band. Here, we will try to keep you up to date with the latest news and gigs. You'll be needing your dancing shoes, so hush up and Followers: K.
  2. Sly! Otis!! Sam & Dave!!! And the "Soul Man" himself James Brown!!!! Journey back in time when soul giants ruled the earth, defining one of the most historical and popular genres of music - Soul Music. Ladies and gentlemen we are The BeSides, and soul music is our passion.
  3. Watch for Public Enemy’s Chuck D to release "A Tribute to James Brown": an album that will hit stores on November 27th that will feature none other than the "Soul be it." horn section on 8 tracks including: • Soul Power • Make it Funky • Get up, Get into it, and Get Involved • Say it Loud • This is a Man’s World.
  4. Wed 09 Oct // Monthey, Switzerland // Pont Rouge. Tickets: zulkikreegavinrarathorgagra.xyzinfo Facebook event: zulkikreegavinrarathorgagra.xyzinfo Thu 10 Oct.
  5. Browse The Madassa Soul Band tour dates and order tickets for upcoming concerts near you. Book with Entscom, the UK's biggest entertainment guide.
  6. Madassa Soul Band. BOOK US NOW! We love Weddings. Corporate Events. Banquets. Fundraisers. Private Parties. Birthdays. Charity Events. Making you dance Wales' Premier Soul Band.
  7. Sep 04,  · Formed in , The Indications believe that soul music should be written, recorded, and performed live, without the use of electronic gadgetry. Their “what you hear is what you get,” attitude brought their eponymous debut album to soul label, Coalmine Records and was released in July. The band did release a single, “Smile,” in
  8. SOUTH Wales’ legendary soul band managed to turn up the heat at Cardiff’s newest concert venue on a night that was already unseasonably warm. Setting aside that fact it was actually October, Madassa’s Saturday night gig at Acapela in Pentyrch was hot, hot, hot in more ways than one.

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