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P. Vert - Stickball. A Bit Of Nostalgia album flac

  • Performer: P. Vert
  • Album: Stickball. A Bit Of Nostalgia
  • FLAC: 1163 mb | MP3: 1622 mb
  • Style: Novelty
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P. Vert - Stickball. A Bit Of Nostalgia album flac


A Stickball


  • Producer – D. Ment
  • Written-By, Vocals – P. Vert


One sided acetate no information other than writing (see photo)

Artist Unknown) Stickball - A bit of nostalgia (7" vinyl 45) Track Listing: 1. Stickball 2. Stickball Background: This vinyl 4. .

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A Bit Of Nostalgia ‎(7").

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Genre: Pop Album: Stickball. A Stickball 2:55 B Stickball 2:55. Producer – D. Ment Written-By, Vocals – P. Vert. Side A This Side X-Rated Adults only Side B This Side X-Rated Adults only. A Bit Of Nostalgia (7"). P. Vert, Connie Lingus -Stickball, Fuck Me Forever (7"). A Bit Of Nostalgia (7", Red). Label Category Country Year. Not On Label HYME 1 US.

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P-Vert - A Bit of Nosaligia 03:05. Nanyehi-Beloved Woman of the Cherokee - Becky Hobbs. The Complete Sessions - Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis, Eddie "Lockjaw" DavisJohnny Griffin, Johnny Griffin. The Complete Recordings: 1960-1962 - Johnny Griffin.

Stickball is the third album by American saxophonist Charles Williams recorded in 1972 for the Mainstream label. Who Is He (And What Is He to You)?" (Bill Withers, Stan McKenny) - 3:33. People Make the World Go 'Round" (Thom Bell, Linda Creed) - 3:24. Where Is the Love" (Ralph MacDonald William Salter) - 2:44. Iron Jaws" (Ernie Wilkins) - 6:35. Drown in My Own Tears (Henry Glover) - 4:53. Ain't No Blues" (Charles Williams, Don Pullen) - 4:17. Just Before Day" (Dean) - 8:20.

Stickball is a street game related to baseball, usually formed as a pick-up game played in large cities in the Northeastern United States, especially New York City and Philadelphia. The equipment consists of a broom handle and a rubber ball, typically a spaldeen, pensy pinky, high bouncer or tennis ball. The rules come from baseball and are modified to fit the situation. For example, a manhole cover may be used as a base, or buildings for foul lines.