My Father - Nebraska - Terrestrial Variations E.P. (Vinyl)

9 thoughts on “ My Father - Nebraska - Terrestrial Variations E.P. (Vinyl)

  1. Vijora says:
    Nebraska - Satellite Variations E.P. Rush Hour RH-N1 A1:My Father (Remix) A2:Fluorescent Door B1:Soft Return B2:The Other Side format’ condition:vg+ #nebraska #satellitevariationsep #rushhour #myfatherremix #fluorescentdoor #softreturn #theotherside #allstairgibbs #deephouse #housemusic. deljustriratore.gripmesenrapormicurragitosuto.infoinfo
  2. Nikosar says:
    Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Nebraska - Satellite Variations E.P. at Discogs. Complete your Nebraska collection/5(64).
  3. Mikazragore says:
    Jan 02,  · referencing Terrestrial Variations E.P., 12", PLYR 2 Sunshine infused party music that sits perfectly between funk, disco and house. Steady enough to mix into a house set but also plenty of breaks squeezed in to add a bit a flavour to the dancefloor/5(90).
  4. Vudotaxe says:
    My Father's Son. likes · 1 talking about this. My Fathers Son consists of Scott Eckardt: Lead vocals, Jesse Eckardt: Lead vocals, Evan Rittmann: Drums, and Chuck Marble: Bass and Lead Guitars.
  5. Mazahn says:
    Originally released nearly 10 years ago, Nebraska's 'Terrestrial Variations' is the precursor to the ill fated 'Satellite Variations EP', and contains a similarly deadly and effective strain of Detroit friendly Disco and house music. 'My Brother' is made for the deeper disco cats with strafing samples, zipping synthlines and glittering pianos to get you in the mood, while 'Off Ramp' is a well.
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  7. Akilar says:
    Songs for My Father is his bravest collection to date, as he explores the complex, occasionally contentious, but always loving, relationship between father and son. Rabas’s poems hum with the spirit and tempo you would expect from this noted jazz deljustriratore.gripmesenrapormicurragitosuto.infoinfos: 1.
  8. Kigarn says:
    Review: Ali "Nebraska" Gibbs last outing on Mister Saturday Night, 's Stand Your Ground, saw the producer treating listeners to a quartet of tracks that touched on a multitude of house styles. This follow-up has a similar feel. He begins with the loose-but-bold drums, electric piano solos, disco strings and occasional punchy horns of "Done My Best", before dropping down into slower, deeper.

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