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Revelation - That Girl / Sunday Morning album

Revelation  - That Girl / Sunday Morning album
Performer: Revelation
Title: That Girl / Sunday Morning
Genre: Reggae
Style:Lovers Rock, Dub
Released: 1981
MP3 album szie: 1124 mb
FLAC album size: 1437 mb

Sunday Morning is ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro's first full-length solo album. It was released in the . in October 2002 by Four Strings Productions, Hitchhike Records. The album was released in Japan the following year on August 12, 2003 by Sony Music Distribution. The album features the ukulele playing many different genres, including jazz, rock, heavy metal, and classical, and consists of five cover songs and five original compositions by Shimabukuro.

Title: That Girl, Sunday Morning. Revelation - That Girl, Sunday Morning RAR archive MP3 format.

Sunday Morning (album). Sunday Morning is ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro's first full-length solo album. in October 2002 by Four Strings Productions, Hitchhike Records The album features the ukulele playing many different genres, including jazz, rock, heavy metal, and classical, and consists of five cover songs and five original compositions by Shimabukuro. Sunday Morning received the 2003 Na Hoku Hanohano Award for Instrumental Album of the Year, and the 2003 Hawaii Music Award.

Sunday Morning is the opening song to The Velvet Underground’s debut album, The Velvet Underground & Nico. The song describes the feeling of staying up all Saturday night into Sunday morning. Aptly, Reed & Cale wrote the song after one of those nights at 6 AM on a Sunday morning. As Cale remembered in a 2006 interview with Uncut: Lou and I had been up all night on crank, as usual, so we decided to visit one of his old Syracuse college pals. The most polished song on the album, Sunday Morning was released as a single in December 1966. MGM/Verve spent little, if any effort to promote it and it sunk, unnoticed, on release. However, it grew in popularity through radio play by DJs like John Peel and Dick Summer, sowing the seeds for the Velvets' cult following.