Patty Carpenter And The Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band - Come Over FLAC
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- Vocals – Patty Carpenter
Issued in a gatefold cardboard sleeve. Includes booklet with lyrics and photos.
- Barcode (Text): 6 46037 71052 1
- Barcode (Scanned): 646037710521
- Copyright (c) – Epiphany Records
Come Over - Patty Carpenter & the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Patty Carpenter & the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band: все альбомы, включая Come to YouTube by CDBaby Come Over Patty Carpenter & the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band Come Over 2009 Patty Carpenter Released on: 2009-12-01 Patty, Melissa, Scotty, and Travis, it really is a family affair. As the history of their marvelous and complex family relationships comes out in their music, it is clear that this is a community, a truly relational organism. The way they work, the way they live, and the way they make music is an expression of family, read more. dysfunctionalfamilyjazzba Albums. Come Over. Mixed Message. Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band - DFJB. Dysfunctional Family Christmas - Dysfunctional Family Band. Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band. Spicy americana jazz gumbo. Patty & the DFJB Perform in DoverWeds Feb 5. 6PM. Patty & the DFJB Perform in Dover. 4 February . 3 February . 2 February . Album: Come Over. Patty Carpenter & the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band: best 2 tracks. Patty Carpenter & the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band - Nancy Come Over, 2009 04:28. Patty Carpenter & the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band - My Baby Come Over, 2009 04:23. Artist: Patty Carpenter & the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band. Copyright Removal. Joined by daughter Melissa Shetler on vocals and the Dysfunctional Family Jazz Band, led by son-in-law Scott Shetler, Carpenter and her group gathered themselves in a farm house set in the midst of the bucolic surroundings of the Delaware Gap to put this entertaining session together. One of the pleasant surprises on this album is that mother and daughter have their own quite distinctive and separately recognizable voice. No vocal cloning here. The Partridge Family Album is the first studio album by The Partridge Family. It was released in October 1970 and included their first recording, I Think I Love You. It has a picture of the whole family on the back and a small picture of David Cassidy and Shirley Jones. The album cover is made to look like an old-fashioned photo album. The original release of the album included a framed color photograph of the group. The exterior label promoting the inclusion of the hit song was affixed to the