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Closer To Paradise - Olympic Runners - Its A Bitch (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Jul 24,  · Olympic Runners - Bitch (Vinyl Limited Edition THE RAES - A LITTLE LOVIN KEEPS THE DOCTOR AWAY (LP VERSION The chiquinhodj 28, views. Olympic Runners - Paco-Paco-Wa-Wa Theme From.
  • An assortment of tracks recorded together under the Down beat name, but which was really designed to showcase the budding jazz talents on late 50s Dot Records! The set kicks off with a big band, Basie-ish number – "Blues Over Easy", performed by Manny Alban and jazz greats that include Nick Travis, Gene Quill, and Jerome Richardson. Next up is the Tony Scott quintet with Jimmy Knepper – on.
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  • Olympic Runners - Samples, Covers and Remixes on WhoSampled. Discover all Olympic Runners's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download.
  • 44 50 Lonnie Liston Smith – A Song For The Children / Nightlife / Street Festival / Fruit Music – US Columbia LP 45 31 Olympic Runners – The Bitch – Polydor 12″ 46 61 Fern Kinney – Groove Me – TK 12″ 47 58 Freddie James – Get Up And Boogie – US Warner Bros. 12″ 48 77 Jupiter Beyond – The River Drive – US AZO 12″.
  • It's a Bitch, an Album by Olympic Runners. Released in on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Disco/5(12).
  • Recorded with fellow Olympic Runners Harper and LeFleur, Wingfield followed through with the album Breakfast Special, before returning to the band for their sophomore album, Out in Front, that same year. And, setting their bar for the future, Olympic Runners-- temporarily without Wingfield-- released a third LP, Don't Let Up, that same year. A.
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  • With 's astutely titled Keeping It Up, the seemingly unstoppable Olympic Runners proved that they were indeed doing just that -- not only keeping up the frenzied release schedule that had seen an album a year since the early '70s, but also maintaining their smooth blend of funk-fueled disco, as they once again plied clubbers with a smart, upbeat set that boogied more than past efforts, but.

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