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Spicks And Specks - Various - What A Wonderfull World

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  1. Yozshujin
    11.02.2020 at 13:46
    Spicks and Specks Lyrics: Where is the sun / That shone / On my head / The sun in my life / It is dead / It is dead / Where is the light / That would play / In my streets / And where are the.
  2. Moogujind
    12.02.2020 at 08:29
    Episode Forty Two (21/11/) HIGHLIGHT SPECIAL Brace yourself for the Best of Spicks & Specks from All your favourite bits back by popular demand, plus a .
  3. Moogurg
    06.02.2020 at 12:45
    "Spicks and Specks" is a song by the Bee Gees, written by Barry Gibb. When the song was released in September, , the single reached No. 4 on the Go-Set Australian National Top 40, (No.1 on other Australian charts) and when the song was released in other countries in February, , it reached No. 28 in Germany, No. 2 in The Netherlands and No. 1 in New Zealand.B-side: "I Am the World".
  4. Taugis
    11.02.2020 at 04:15
    Song information for Spicks and Specks - Bee Gees on AllMusic. Song information for Spicks and Specks - Bee Gees on AllMusic Various Artists. Legendary Popsongs, Vol. 2 [Arcade] Arcade Music: Ever Increasing Circles/Tomorrow the World. Thunderbolt (UK)
  5. Meztizuru
    12.02.2020 at 00:39
    Sep 23,  · Spicks & Specks was originally released in in Australia only and the title song actually became a big national hit there while the Bee Gees were literally in flight to England to start recording for their first major label (Polydor in UK, ATCO in USA) album “Bee Gees 1st” the masterpiece (if you will) that gave us New York Mining /5(9).
  6. Voodooshura
    09.02.2020 at 23:40
    There is another release with a slightly different label design, consisting of a slightly larger font size and no empty line between publisher and track duration on A-side label: Spicks & Specks. 4/4(1).

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