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The Royal Esquires / The Mylestones - Aint Gonna Run / The Joker (Vinyl)

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  1. Ain't Gonna Run / The Mylestones -The Joker; Close Royal Esquires - Ain't Gonna Run / The Mylestones -The Joker. Out of Stock. Add to wishlist | Add to Compare; Description; Returns; Delivery Additional Information. Internal Catalogue Number: No: Genre: 60s Soul, Northern Soul And R&B.
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  2. The Royal Esquires - Ain t Gonna Run 2. Calvin Grayson - You ve Got to Be Willing 3. Dave Charles - Ain t Gonna Cry No More 4. Doris Troy - Face up to the Truth 5. Harry Deal & The Galaxies - I still Love You The Mylestones - The Joker Mojo - Let s Get Ugly Tommy Neal - Going to a Happening. Disc: 2 1. Function At The Junction Short /5(3).
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  3. The "5" Royales was an American rhythm and blues (R&B) vocal group from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, United States, that combined gospel, jump blues and doo-wop, marking an early and influential step in the evolution of rock and diamarbtagdeurelamichendcotutinho.coinfo of their big R&B hits were recorded in 19and written by the guitarist Lowman "Pete" Pauling. Cover versions of the band's songs hit the Top
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  5. The "5" Royales The Royal Sons Quintet (members John ny Tanner (lead) ..) The Royal Sons (members Lowman Pauling (died ) and his brother Clarence Pauling, Otto Jefferies, John ny Tanner (born November in Forsyth County, North Carolina died 9-November at Wake University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem, North Carolina cause: cancer) and William Samuels).
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  6. It don't run in our blood That kind of lux just ain't for us We crave a different kind of buzz Let me be your ruler (ruler) You can call me Queen Bee And baby, I'll rule, I'll rule, I'll rule, I'll rule. Let me live that fantasy. Ooh ooh oh We're bigger than we ever dreamed And I'm in love with being queen Ooh ooh oh Life is great without a care.
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  7. Oct 05,  · "Getting acknowledged by the royal family wasn’t going to do you any good. It certainly wasn’t cool." The Beatles' criticism of the monarchy become explicit on the ' album Abbey Road.
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  8. This rock & roll instrumental band came from Dearborn, Michigan. With their honking saxophone-dominated records, the Royaltones typified the sound of rock & roll bands of the late '50s, before the guitar sound had become dominant. The band was formed in as the Paragons, and comprised George Katsakis on tenor saxophone, Karl Kay on guitar, and two brothers, Mike Popoff on piano and .
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  9. And Then It Started Like a Guilty Thing is the 9th episode of Season 2 on E! drama soap The Royals. Questions of the King's killer come to the forefront and the monarchy's structure is challenged.
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