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9 thoughts on “ If Only I Could - Sydney Youngblood - Single The First Four Videos (VHS, Album) ”

  1. The record also produced four singles, with the lead single "Omen III" becoming a big success in many European countries. The album continues the direction of the band's previous record Omen - The Story released in under name Mysterious Art; its first two singles were "Das Omen" and "Carma". Sales of the album exceeded , copies in
  2. Oct 18,  · Ain´t No Sunshine - Sydney Youngblood. Sydney Youngblood · October 18, Hooked On You. Sydney Youngblood · October 18, I´d Rather Go Blind - Sydney Youngblood. Sydney Youngblood Pages Public Figure Artist Sydney Youngblood Videos If Only I Could.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of If Only I Could on Discogs. Label: Arista - ADP,Circa - ADP • Format: Vinyl 12 Sydney Youngblood - If Only I Could (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(12).
  4. Sydney Youngblood – nope, still not a very good song. Really bland, safe, dull. And rubbish dance moves. Kate Bush – Rather good, not peak early era Bush, but actually interesting. Got the album on CD The Beautiful South – Great song, from a much underrated band. Sheffield really does produce some of this country’s best songwriters.
  5. Listen to Sydney Youngblood Radio free online. Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts. Stream live events, live play-by-play NFL, MLB.
  6. was the year I really took to enjoying popular music and this double album brings back that summer when I had just moved to my own place and so could listen to, and do anything I liked! Most of the favourites are here, but I surprised myself by having forgotten some which I now find I enjoy and am less enthusiastic - but only slightly - by /5(35).
  7. The first came from Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers, where several old songs from the s to s were joined together to create a megamix, with 'Jive Bunny' (an animated rabbit) featuring in the music videos. "Swing the Mood" topped the charts for five weeks from July, "That's What I Like" for three weeks in October, and "Let's Party" for.
  8. Steven Nicholas Jolley and Tony Swain were a successful pop musician, songwriting and record production duo in the United Kingdom in the early to mids, producing some of the top artists and songs of the era. The pair met in when Swain was working as a television cameraman on The Muppet Show, where Jolley was sound technician and sometimes boom operator. They formed the .

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