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Tokyo Twist - Fullblown - Fullblown (CD, Album)

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  1. Mikazragore says:Find Tokyo discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.
  2. Nikojar says:This album is a pleasure to listen to from start to finish. Apart from Alexander's phenomenal tone and dexterity, he is a polished musician who has created a superb album with 'Nightlife in Tokyo'. He is accompanied by Harold Mabern on piano, who clearly revelled in the making of this cd. His playing is extraordinarily satisfying and enjoyable/5(7).
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  4. Nezilkree says:Feb 20,  · Nice track that first appeared on "Tokyo" () album. This version is from released "Back To The Fire" best of compilation. Klaus Luley: .
  5. Volrajas says:Jan 28,  · Tokyo Twist (7" Original Version) · Tone Band Germany Calling - The Very Best Of ℗ Chance Music Telex - Twist a Saint-Tropez (readymade; twist a Tokyo mix) - Duration:
  6. Kazizragore says:I got this thinking I would get the similar one track much like they did with the original MSEP CD, I was very surprised, and delighted that it came with two instead, one being the full blown verson including the cast vocals of blue fairy, alice, mickey, woody, etc. and then a second one, sans the voices except the intro and the closing for those who prefer the music alone.5/5(12).
  7. Fenritaxe says:It's best to listen to this album from start to finish. The songs are totally different from one to the next and by the end you get the full picture. Smith writes the most insane lyrics with a realistic twist. I hope he continues to make music for a long time. If you buy and enjoy this album, check out the rest of 5/5(16).
  8. Akijora says:Tokyo was established in Frankfurt during by Caribbean born bassist Ken Taylor, having previously played with Supermax and with John geholsesigrafund.ertifiscacomdenewsfretkaagegistnol.infoinfo joined forces with Austrian musicians Robert Musenbichler and Fritz Matzka (both former Wolfgang Ambros and Georg Danzer associates) and also roped in his ex-Supermax colleague Lothar Krell (who had been playing with the German Jazz Rock .

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