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9 thoughts on “ Happy - The Bamboos - Rawville (CD, Album)

  1. The Bamboos CD discography Rawville still embraces the deep raw organ based Funk aesthetic of their debut album Step It Up, but it also embraces different flavors. Vocals include those from label mate Alice Russell as well as vocalists Kylie Auldist, Tyra Hammond, Fallon Williams and Ohmega Watts.
  2. HAPPY'S BAMBOO BAR AND LOUNGE. Chicago’s best lounge, night club, and private event space located in the heart of Lincoln Park. We are one of the only nightclub's with a true dual room experience!Featuring a front and back room with their own unique atmosphere.
  3. out of 5 stars Bamboos, The - Rawville Reviewed in the United States on April 14, The pure funk that comes through on The Bamboos' second album, _Rawville_, is /5(7).
  4. Jun 19,  · "Happy" by The Bamboos appears on the "Rawville" album. The Bamboos are a deep funk band from Australia. The Bamboos were formed in .
  5. Jan 17,  · This song about finding escape from the noise and stress of the city is one of the best feel-good pop songs of all time. It was one of many classic pop hits of the s written by the husband and wife songwriting team of Gerry Goffin and Carole porsinglanthroscoltcomm.sterasnoritgitecisemapnicasfa.infoinfo Eva made the first recording of the song but it was the Drifters who took it to the top 5 on the pop singles chart in
  6. Marking 10 years since our second album was released, we will play ‘Rawville’ from start to finish. As well as featuring fan favourites such as “The Bamboos Theme” and “The Witch”, 'Rawville' was the album that introduced the powerhouse vocals of Kylie Auldist to the world. Week 2 / Nov 16th: Cover Versions Set TICKETS.
  7. 'Rawville' is essentially an album of gritty, organic funk numbers. A throwback to the days of 'Funky Drummer', the album has even been produced to sound 'retro' and on that score everything works fine together. The big problem with the album though is a distinct lack of variety/5(6).
  8. The Happy Album is the third studio album by British ska band The Selecter, and their first following their reformation in , released in on Demon Music in the UK and Triple X in the US. Their first album of new material in thirteen years, The Happy Album follows their successful live reunion tour of and its respective live album document, Out in the Streets ().

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