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Cactus is the debut album by the American hard rock band Cactus, released in under the Atco label. It includes original songs as well as two covers: Mose . 19 Aug - 3 min - Uploaded by Roman Tamayo Banda de rock estadounidense formada en por los ex componentes de Vanilla Fudge, el. 13 Apr - 11 min - Uploaded by shivaya77 CACTUS. HARD BLUES Elliott Randall - Randall's Island (FULL ALBUM.
24 Jun - 4 min - Uploaded by AdanRock73 Cactus - My Lady From South Of Detroit (Cactus ). AdanRock Loading Unsubscribe. Cactus is the debut album by the American hard rock band Cactus, released in under the Atco label. It includes original songs as well as cover of Mose. Find a Cactus (3) - Cactus first pressing or reissue. Complete your Cactus (3) collection. Shop Vinyl and CDs. / EPOQUE RECORDS A product of.
1 Feb Cactus may have never amounted to anything more than a half-hearted, last- minute improvised supergroup, but that don't mean their. 21 Sep Feel So Good is the title. ReplyDelete · heylee July 09, PM. Thank you for,Cactus thank you for all your work and your ear. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Cactus - Cactus on AllMusic - - Cactus may have never amounted to anything more . CD reissue of the classic debut by this super group featuring Vanilla Fudge's rhythm section (Tim Bogert on bass and Carmen Appice on drums), the. Fudge – Tim Bogert on bass and Carmine Appice on drums – Cactus released their self-titled debut on the Atco label in Although originally slated to.
Parchman Farm, My Lady From South Of Detroit, Bro. Bill, You Can't Judge A Book By The Cover, Let Me Swim, No Need To Worry, Oleo, Feel So Good. Cactus self-titled LP Vinyl Record SD Classic Hard Rock Blues Rock. $ 2 bids. Issued by Atco Records, catalog number SD 7 May Cat No: HNECDD Release date: 24th JUNE Disc 1: Cactus (). Parchman Farm; My Lady from South of Detroit; Bro. Bill; You. 15 dez. Cactus () Parchman Farm () My Lady From South Of Detroit (4: 26) Bro. Bill () You Can't Judge A Book By The ().