Frank Moore - Body Music album FLAC
Body Music is the debut studio album by English electronic music duo AlunaGeorge. It was released on 26 July 2013 by Island Records. The album was supported by four singles: "You Know You Like It", "Your Drums, Your Love", "Attracting Flies" and "Best Be Believing". The album debuted at number 11 on the UK Albums Chart, selling 7,690 copies in its first week. As of September 2016, Body Music sold 32,137 copies in the United Kingdom.
Warning music: Piano by Frank Moore. An excerpt from a live performance, Sing Along, Jam Along, Play Along, Dance Along, Rub Along, Move Along with Frank Moore for Leslie Baker's Salon, Montreal, Quebec, Canada via Skype Recorded March 10, 2012. Chapter title animation music: Silenced by +DOG+ from the album, "the misery of endless suffering" LEM-162 2015. Background music: by Phog Masheeen. Opening/Closing music: excerpt from Body Music performed by Frank Moore’s Chero Company Leigh Gates, Michael LaBash, Alexi Malenky & Rourke Smith. Photos by: Jim Appleton Les Barany Julian Cash Craig Glassner Ken Jennings Tracy Kauffman-Wood Eric Kroll Michael LaBash Daniel Lorenze Linda Mac Alexi Malenky Debbie Moore Dave Patrick Kevin Rice Annie Sprinkle David Steinberg Barbie Sue Mary Sullivan Wolfgang.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Chero Company (catalog number none). Format of the release is. Cassette, Album. The album included the following session artists: Artwork By. Michael LaBash.
We All Drive This Train (feat. Sharon Lee Williams, Lynne Deragon). To Be Free written and performed by Tha Archivez Longhorn Entertainment. Photos by: Jim Appleton Ken Jennings Tracy Kauffman-Wood Eric Kroll Michael LaBash Daniel Lorenze Linda Mac Alexi Malenky Debbie Moore Kevin Rice David Steinberg Mary Sullivan.
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Music For Frank Moore Documentaryby Sander Roscoe Wolff. Some months ago my friend and musical ally Robert Douglas (aka Carl Off) was asked to contribute music to a documentary project about American performance artist Frank Moore. His circumstances wouldn& allow his participation, so he connected me to the producers, Linda Mac and Mikee LaBash. Carl and I had collaborated, previously, in the improvisational
- Artwork By – Michael LaBash
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