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Richard T. Bear - Jamie, Jamie album flac

  • Performer: Richard T. Bear
  • Album: Jamie, Jamie
  • FLAC: 1469 mb | MP3: 1226 mb
  • Released: 1984
  • Country: Germany
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 751
Richard T. Bear - Jamie, Jamie album flac


Jamie, Jamie 3:30
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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6.14 132, 6.14132 AC Richard T. Bear Jamie, Jamie ‎(7", Single) TELDEC, TELDEC 6.14 132, 6.14132 AC Germany 1984
6.14 132, 6.14132 AC Richard T. Bear Jamie, Jamie ‎(7", Single, Promo) TELDEC, TELDEC 6.14 132, 6.14132 AC Germany 1984

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Trick is the fourth album by Londoner singer-songwriter Jamie T, released on 2 September 2016 through Virgin Records and Harvest Records. The first single from the album was "Tinfoil Boy", which was first played on Annie Mac's Radio 1 show on 29 June, and was released for download on 30 June.

Complete your Richard T. Bear collection. The Bear Truth ‎(LP, Album).

The discography of Jamie T includes four studio albums, two live albums, five extended plays (EPs), thirteen singles and sixteen music videos. Panic Prevention Disco: Live @ The Scala (2007). Live at Brixton Academy 5 Feb 2010 (2010). Panic Prevention, Vol. 1 (2005). 2 (2005). 3 (2006). Betty and the Selfish Sons (2006). Exclusive Live Session (2007). uk Live Session (2009). Magnolia Melancholia (2015).

Producers: Jamie Lewis, Nick Morris. Sample appears at 0:18, 0:43 and 0:59. Sunshine by Yomanda (2000). Sunshine by Yung Bae (2017).

The Jamie T mailing list is temporarily closed and will reopen on Thursday 21st July. More information here.

Jamie Smith, the shy producer at the heart of their quiet revolution, has decided to go deeper underground. Under the moniker of Jamie xx, he’s taken a sabbatical from the introspection of his day-job to indulge his love of bottom-heavy beats. So far he’s DJ’d at FWD and on Rinse FM, released a mix for Colette and a 12-inch on Numbers, warmed up mosh pits for OFWGKTA and, most excitingly, remixed the whole of Gil Scott-Heron’s critically acclaimed comeback album I’m New Here. Early on during the sessions for the original Scott-Heron album, Richard Russell, its producer and boss of XL Recordings, knew that he wanted Smith to remix it in its entirety, rather than farming out singles to the great and good of Hype Machine.