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8 thoughts on “ Free To Be Me - C.J. & Co - Devils Gun (CDr, Album)

  1. Devil's Gun, an Album by C. J. & Co.. Released in on Westbound (catalog no. WB ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Disco. Featured peformers: Mike Theodore (horn arrangements, string arrangements, producer), Dennis Coffey (rhythm section, arranger, producer), Dennis Coffey (soloist, guitar), Greg Coles (bass), Roderick "Peanut" Chandler (bass), Tiki Fulwood (drums), Uriel Jones (drums), Bruce.
  2. C.J & CO - Devil's Gun / ; C.J & CO - Devil's Gun / Posted by: Telexketch lunes, 13 de agosto de Detrás de está inmensa portada, toda una declaración de intenciones, donde nos presentan a Jane Fonda en su representación de Barbarella, en una de las pelis retrofuturistas que marcaron época convirtiéndose rápidamente en.
  3. In the letter to the Commanding Officer of the First Mine Countermeasures Squadron, Supt D. Warren, Bristol's Central District commander, thanked Ledbury's CO, Lt Cdr Anthony Cramp, and his men.
  4. If Westbound had to twist all mirror ball, C.J and Co. were the way to do it. Devil's Gun is perfectly balanced disco: great singing, nice grooves, and no heavy orchestration. The album consists of five long tracks that actually work as music, not just dance music. Impressive/5(6).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the MO Vinyl release of Devil's Gun on Discogs/5(73).
  6. In the #36 R&B song in the charts was Devil's Gun by C.J. & Co.. Watch the music video and discover trivia about this classic R&B song now.
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  8. Sep 03,  · Disco Lab #26 (‘The Get Down’ Edition): C.J. & Co – ‘Devil’s Gun’ () As I was enjoying my newly snagged thrift-store copy of the fine K-Tel compilation Disco Fever, my dancefloor daydreams were shattered by this strange, sinister record: “Fee fi fo fum / I’m looking down the barrel of the devil’s gun.”And even worse, “He’s watching us burn / One day we’ll learn.”.

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