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Paul White - A Great Combination album mp3
  • Performer:
    Paul White
  • Title:
    A Great Combination
  • Genre:
  • Date of release:
    May 23, 2000
  • Size FLAC version
    1382 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1979 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1246 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.4
  • Votes:
    251
  • Formats:
    VOC AU AC3 MIDI DXD AHX

Great White is the first full-length album by the American rock band Great White. Three tracks are taken from the band's previous EP, albeit in re-recorded versions. The musical style of this album is very different from the following highly successful releases of Great White, as they display here a more hard-driving metal sound as opposed to their later, blues-infused rock sound. EMI America judged the album a disaster and Great White were dropped.

Rapping With Paul White by Paul White, released 21 August 2011 1. Intro: We Make A Lot Of Noise 2. Right On 3. Trust ft. Guilty Simpson 4. Run Shit ft. Marv Won 5. One Of Life's Pleasures ft. Danny Brown 6. The Doldrums 7. Life Is Flashing Interlude 8. Stampeding Elephants ft. Moe Pope 9. Rotten Apples ft. Tranqill 10. Thirty Days 11. A Weird Day ft. Homeboy Sandman 12. African New Wave 13. Indigo Glow ft. Jehst 14. Dirty Slang ft. Guilty Simpson 15. A New Way 1. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Includes all instrumentals of the rap songs as a hidden bonus. Purchasable with gift card. Rough Card Digipak CD. Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album. 4-Panel Digipak on Rough Card Stock. Illustration by Penny Davenport.

Immediate download of Paul White & The Purple Brain in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any format you prefer. High-quality 2LP album press. The first press of 1000 copies include a bonus 12" featuring Guilty Simpson on 'Ancient Treasure', plus two remixes by Paul White and all instrumentals. You can hear the tracks on this bandcamp site (look for the Ancient Treasure release) and download them separately if you choose.

Three years after releasing his post-Civil Wars solo debut, John Paul White has announced details of his next solo album, The Hurting Kind, which will be released April 12th on White’s Single Lock Records. Featuring vocal contributions from Lee Ann Womack, Erin Rae, and the Secret Sisters, White’s forthcoming album was co-produced alongside the Alabama Shakes’ Ben Tanner and recorded a variety of studios in White’s native Muscle Shoals region. The Hurting Kind also finds White co-writing with legendary Nashville songwriters like Bobby Braddock and Whisperin’ Bill Anderson

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CD comes in a carboard sleeve housed in a handmade, hand-stamped pillowcase. Matrix, Runout: HANDCD001PA B92070 HANDCD001 PAUL WHITE. Mastering SID Code: IFPI L531. Mould SID Code: IFPI 9222.

Video: Danny Brown & Paul White – Accelerator. View All. Accelerator. Everything You've Forgotten. Sounds From the Skylight. Paul White & the Purple Brain. 58. Lil Nas X. 7. 80. black midi.

Combination Head biography COMBINATION HEAD a Neo-Prog band from the UK originally formed as a trio of Paul Birchall on Keyboards, Keith Ashcroft on bass and guitar, and Paul Burgess on drums. He has also worked with jazz-fusion guitarist Gary Boyle as well as Jim Diamond

producer Paul White has taken the concept of the remix to what is probably its logical conclusion. Using the music of a fairly obscure 1990s Swedish psych rock artist named . Mikael as its basis, Paul White and the Purple Brain takes that music, shatters and shreds it into fragments, and then fastens the little pieces onto a grid of rhythms - sometimes funky, sometimes lurchingly clumsy, sometimes metronomically regular. At other times, you get the impression that White simply took a very large number of cool sounds and decided to throw them in a pile, and then use some kind of rhythmic snap-to-grid function to force them into structural coherence: the album-opening "Gentle Freak" comes across that way, as does the rather claustrophobic "Ancient Treasure.

Credits

Paul White - Primary Artist