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Chickens Don’t Clap! * Albumrock.net *** Le cool magazine * Brobots! This track is off Little Richard’s "Southern Child" record.
Originally recorded in ‘72, this album was shelved for unexplained reasons. It was finally released by Rhino in 2005 on The Complete Reprise Recordings comp. If I had to guess, I imagine it’s because fans expecting a standard Little Richard album wouldn’t know what to do with this one. The attatched track is slower (and also the one I couldn’t find on the internet, so you’re welcome, internet) and clearly demonstrates Little Richard’s complete lack of understanding of heterosexual lovemaking (“the touch of your back, pressing on my back…” Really LR?) But trust me when I tell you there are a few scorchers on this album. Editors Note: I couldn’t find a large enough image of the actual cover to attach, but it’s great. Download by ralieghfingers | 6/14/12 | 4:39pm ||+ share Happy Valentine from the Brobots! By butterandblackvinyl | 2/14/12 | 6:25pm ||+ share Ultimate autumn jam. B E A T. Branche ton Sonotone !
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U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry called the UN report, which stresses how only a few decades remain to halt global warming from falling into catastrophic effects, "a wake-up call about global economic opportunity we can seize today as we lead on climate change. " Hence it is expected that this study's findings will be discussed by speakers at this weekend's Earth Day San Francisco festivities that takes place from 10am to 6pm at UN Plaza/Civic Center. shops, green-economy data, plus such things as green jobs opportunies, an "Eco-Fashion" show and an "Eco Artist Grove," as well as organic food cooking demonstrations and tips on how to build a solar oven. Covert Curiosity * Bloggerhouse ** Berkeley Place. Bass is The Place. Apparently this sporadically updated Tumblr turned 3.
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