The Golden Apple - Bob James - Two (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  1. Golden Apple Comics Los Angeles store for new and back issue comic books, exclusive variants, toys and pop culture items. We buy your collectibles and offer consignment services. Since iconic comic shop located in Hollywood, California on Melrose Ave.
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  3. The Golden Apple By Bob James. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. The Golden Apple. Featured on Two. More by Bob James. Joined At The Hip ( Remastered) Bold Conceptions. Espresso. In the Chapel in the Moonlight. The New Cool. More Bob James. Listen to Bob James now.
  4. Two, an Album by Bob James. Released in March on CTI (catalog no. CTI ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz Fusion. Featured peformers: Bob James (electric piano, organ, Clavinet, arranger, conductor), Eric Gale (bass), Andrew Smith (drums), Arthur Jenkins (percussion), Ralph MacDonald (percussion), Randy Brecker (trumpet, flugelhorn), John Frosk (trumpet, flugelhorn), Vitín Paz (trumpet.
  5. 7. I Feel a Song (In My Heart) - Patti Austin, Bob James, Bob James 8. Storm King 9. Westchester Lady Where the Wind Blows Free Tappan Zee Heads CD-2 1. Night Crawler 2. You Are So Beautiful 3. Touchdown 4. Blue Lick 5. Kari - Bob James, Bob James, Earl Klugh 6. Brighton by the Sea 7. Thoroughbred 8. Sign of the Times 9. Love Power.
  6. Song information for The Golden Apple - Bob James on AllMusic. Song information for The Golden Apple - Bob James on AllMusic Two. Warner Bros. / Tapan Zee: Bob James. One, Two, Three & BJ4: The Legendary Albums. Metro / Metro Doubles: AllMusic.
  7. Bob James is a prolific, best-selling, Grammy-winning composer, arranger, producer, and pianist. Along with Grover Washington, Jr., he is known as one of the fathers of smooth and contemporary jazz. His music seamlessly melds genres from bop to pop, from classical to R&B via relatively simple, accessible, and elegant melodies with rich harmonies and multiple sonic textures, often anchored by.
  8. And that brings us to the crux of the difference between the two albums. The album gave us 48 minutes of a minute sung-through score, interspersed with short rhyming narration tracks to give the listener an idea of the plot context. It was an awkward interpolation, although it may /5(45).
  9. One apple was sent to Col. Brackett, late U.S. Pomologist at Washington, D.C. Friends present at the time told us how the Colonel came hurrying into the office, a little slab of this wonderful yellow apple perched on his knife blade, exclaiming, "Taste this! Here’s an apple with an even better flavor than Grimes Golden." He wrote us glowing.

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