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One Stormy Night

LP (Item 355068) Philips, Late 60s — Condition: Used
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The Mystic Moods take a clever gimmick, and make it stick – using sound effects of rain and storms, as on other early albums, and mixing the whole thing with some really sweet instrumentals! The album features some great Don Ralke originals that get past the covers on earlier sides – tracks that include "Hot Bagel", "Fire Island", and "In Your Arms" – and the set also has a great train number, called "Local Freight"! Other tracks include "A Dream", "Aja Toro", and "Autumn Leaves". As the cover says, "Whoever you are, you hold in your heart the memory of One Stormy Night!" (White label promo! Cover has some wear and a few light stains on the back.)  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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