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  • Tasho says:
    The Bridge (Sonny Rollins album), ; The Bridge: A Tribute to Neil Young, anthology album; The Bridge, an album by Sam Glaser; The Bridge, an album by Thomas Leer and Robert Rental; Songs "The Bridge" (Elton John song), "The Bridge", a song by MC Shan, on his album Down by Law "The Bridge" (Deane Waretini song), "The Bridge.
  • Kazracage says:
    Sidi Bou Said (band led by Clare Lemmon and Melanie Woods, touring extensively with Cardiacs in the early s, before Tim asked Clare and Melanie to do backing vocals on the Sing to God and Guns albums. Tim Smith produced their second album Bodies and John Poole their third album Obsessive.).
  • Visho says:
    Label: Ultimate - TOPPLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock Sidi Bou Said - Obsessive (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore5/5(1).
  • Mezirr says:
    Sidi Bou Said were a London based rock band, who existed during the supfastmaroterbi.idbreaktalobsubtlocangileslededysp.infoinfo music combined an indie rock/folk sound with complex arrangements and literate lyrics. They were often compared to Throwing MusesThrowing Muses.
  • Nikogis says:
    Mar 22,  · Obsessive – Sidi Bou Said A great many bands fail to leave a decent epitaph. Rather they announce themselves in a blaze of hype or, for the greater many, put out an LP that has been several years in the making, capturing something of themselves that is perhaps lost once they’ve achieved that most wondrous of things, to record an LP of.
  • Grozilkree says:
    Obsessive, an Album by Sidi Bou Said. Released 21 April on Ultimate (catalog no. TOPPCD; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock, Progressive Pop.
  • Mezragore says:
    Sidi Bou Said were a London-based alternative rock band, who existed during the s, formed by Claire Lemmon, Gayl Harrison and Melanie Woods. Their music combined an indie rock/folk sound with complex arrangements and literate lyrics.
  • Gorisar says:
    Sidi Bou Said (Arabic: سيدي بو سعيد ‎ Sīdi Bū Sɛīd) is a town in northern Tunisia located about 20 km from the capital, Tunis. Cafe de delice and coast view Named for a religious figure who lived there, Abu Said al-Baji, it was previously called Jabal el-Menar.

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