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Never Told Her - Partner - On Second Thoughts (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Rosetta and I reminisce over our first day from time to time, but I never told her about the song. Specifically, when I heard the song my thoughts gravitated to her. I frequently talk about how impactful music is in our lives, but little did I know how this album would be so tied to my life.
  2. PRE -ORDER for “Silver Ladders” by Mary Lattimore. Los Angeles-based harpist Mary Lattimore returns with Silver Ladders, the full-length follow-up to acclaimed album Hundreds of Days. Since , Lattimore has toured internationally, released collaborative albums with artists such as Meg Baird.
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  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the corrected title Vinyl release of On Second Thoughts on Discogs. Label: Philips - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album corrected title • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Pop •/5(12).
  7. May 31,  · "When I did that album," singer Arthur Lee said, "I thought I was going to die at that particular time, so those were my last words." Lee, who died of cancer in , was still performing this.

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