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Reminiscing - Luv Machine - Turns You On (Vinyl, LP)

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  • Moogut
    says:
    Luv Machine was a short-lived psych-rock-funk band that formed in Barbados in and relocated to the UK in late The band's self-titled debut album (now revered and collectable) was released in but the band split before the release, The band started out playing the underground black soul clubs of the Midlands area.
  • Terr
    says:
    Turns You On!, an Album by Luv Machine. Released in on Rise Above Relics (catalog no. RARCD; CD). Genres: Heavy Psych, Hard Rock.
  • Taugor
    says:
    There’s a catch though—there’s always a catch. Used vinyl is an infinitely variable quantity. Sure we have a grading system that should give you a fairly good idea of what you happen to be buying but we all know that “should” is doing a lot of work in that sentence. Experience can take us some way too—we will generally develop a mental list of physical stores and online sellers who.
  • Mekus
    says:
    Luv Machine, Category: Artist, Albums: Metatron, Turns You On, Turns You On, Top Tracks: Everything, Witches Wand, You're Surprised, Happy Children, Reminiscing, Biography: An extremely obscure and short-lived casualty of the early-'70s British rock scene, Luv Machine performed a heavy brand of psych and acid rock with progressive tendencies, funky grooves, and a rather unique cultural.
  • Zoloshura
    says:
    RAR7 - Luv Machine - "Witches Wand" 7" RARCD/LP - Luv Machine - Turns You On! CD/LP ( black vinyl, cerise vinyl, clear vinyl) RARCD/LP - Possessed - Exploration CD/LP; RARCD/LP - AX - "You've Been So Bad" RARCD/LP - Necromandus - "Orexis of Death & Live" RARLP - Comus - "First Utterance".
  • Kajibei
    says:
    The Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer’s Live Album Time Machine Live In Cleveland On Vinyl For The First Time In It’s Entirety In , Rush took a break from recording what would become the band’s final studio album – Clockwork Angels – to launch its Time Machine Tour/5().
  • Munos
    says:
    "Luv Machine" happened to be rather unusual marginal by-product of 70s British music. The band didn't come from New Zealand, it was from Barbados originally (with only one pure-blood Briton among them - bassist John Jeavons), quite experienced and established at local scene (even appeared several times on Jamaican TV), but didn't start performing together before coming to England ()/5(5).
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