8 thoughts on “ A Hold Of You - Lambchop - OH (Ohio) (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. I Saw The Light (as Mark (Hank) Petaccia) David Crowder*Band - 3 Album Collection ‎ (CD, Album + CD, Album + CD, Album + Box, Comp) sixstepsrecords, Capitol CMG Label Group, Sparrow Records B
  2. Certainly not one of Kurt's Wagner's best if you bear in mind records such as "oh Ohio" or "Damaged" but I agree it's different on account of the "electronic" sound of the voice. It's a quiet record & the 1st song dealing with cancer is poignant. To deal with the pressing itself, go for MERGE. It's fine.
  3. Get all the lyrics to songs on OH (Ohio) and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  4. Feb 27,  · A Hold of You; Artist Lambchop; Album OH (Ohio) Licensed to YouTube by Zebralution, [Merlin] mergerecords (on behalf of City Slang); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., Exploration Group (Music Publishing.
  5. This is an excellent vinyl package - you get a gatefold sleeve, double g heavyweight vinyl, a code to download the album from the cityslang website (which I have yet to obtain, so dont know if this is lossy or lossless, let's hope it's the latter - edited to add - nope, they're kbps MP3's) AND a live DVD of the band/5(26).
  6. Remastered from the original DAT, this reissue of the Lambchop classic—which celebrates its 20th anniversary in —marks the album’s first appearance on vinyl in North America! All packaging formats feature refreshed artwork with spot gloss details. CD: Housed in a 4-panel digipak. 2-LP: Black vinyl packaged in a double gatefold jacket.
  7. Ohio Lyrics: Oh, Ohio / Seems like a dream to me now / Newspapers in an empty basket / And I know all will show / I wrote your name / Upon a paper bag / .
  8. Jan 28,  · Nixon was released in early It was Lambchop’s fifth LP, and the first record of any kind that the band had released in over a year, after a half-decade in which scarcely three months went by without some kind of new Lambchop glycufafutolalnaijouparseoholdweb.coinfong with the swell of horns in the middle of album opener “The Old Gold Shoe,” Nixon glides easily from one unexpected grace .

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