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increpare - The Rose Garden album mp3
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Album:
The Rose Garden
Style:
Ambient
Released:
2010
FLAC vers. size:
1609 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1250 mb
WMA vers. size:
1805 mb
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The Rose Garden is the self-titled and only album from the American folk rock group of the same name. It was released in April 1968 on Atco Records and included their Top 20 hit "Next Plane to London". The band was heavily influenced by the Byrds' style of vocal harmony and 12-string guitar blending and the album includes two Gene Clark compositions, "Till Today" and "Long Time". The group also recorded "Rider", which was first recorded by the Byrds in 1966, but not yet released.

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Rose Garden is a multi-million selling, RIAA Platinum-certified studio album by country singer Lynn Anderson. It was released in late 1970 as the title song was climbing country and pop music charts around the world. The single went on to top the Country charts, where it stayed at the number 1 position for five weeks. It reached number 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart in early 1971 and hit number 1 in both Cash Box and Record World.

The Rose Garden was an American folk rock band from Los Angeles, California, active in 1967 and 1968. They are best remembered for their hit single "Next Plane to London". The band formed from an earlier group known as The Blokes which was founded in 1964 and had covered much of the Byrds work in its later years. By 1967, the group's full lineup was complete and they became known as The Rose Garden

The Rose Garden is the self-titled and only album from the American folk rock group of the same name. It was released in April 1968 on Atco Records and included their Top 20 hit " Next Plane to London ". The band was heavily influenced by the Byrds style of vocal harmony and 12-string guitar blending and the album includes two Gene Clark compositions, "Till Today" and "Long Time". The only original composition was "Flower Town". Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to The Rose Garden (album) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources.

The Rose Garden (album). Studio album by The Rose Garden. The Rose Garden is the self-titled and only album from the American folk rock group, The Rose Garden. It was released in April 1968 on Atco Records. The album includes their Top 20 hit "Next Plane to London". The band was heavily influenced by The Byrds and even has two Gene Clark compositions, "Till Today" and "Long Time", included on the album. They would emulate The Byrds style through vocal harmony and 12-string guitar blending.

Tracklist

1 Title 1:08
2 Section 1 1:44
3 Section 2 2:12

Notes

This is the soundtrack for self-titled game: www.increpare.com/2010/08/the-rose-garden