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8 thoughts on “ I Dont Wanna Know - Celebration - Celebration (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Celebration on Discogs. Label: Pacific Arts - PAC • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Pop Rock3/5(7).
  2. Track A5, shown as, 'I Don't Wanna Know' Publishing information: Side 1, track 1 - Irving Music Inc (BMI) Side 1, track 2 - Dave Robinson Music/Mesa Lane Music (ASCAP) Side 1, track 3 - Eddie Tuleja Music/Almo Music Corp (ASCAP Side 1, tracks 4, 5, side 2, track 1 - Challove (BMI) Side 2, track 2 - Criterion Music (ASCAP).
  3. This album from Mike Love's band Celebration is remarkable for the track "I Don't Wanna Know." A simple but effective blues number, it is nicely interpreted by vocalist Dave Robinson, with a great sax solo from Charles Lloyd/5(2).
  4. Mar 13,  · Celebration's second LP - uploaded to popular* request! band consisting of Mike Love, Ron Altbach, Charles Lloyd, Paul Fauerso, and Dave Robinson. i don't have this album in FLAC but i .
  5. (Redirected from Celebration ( Celebration album)) Celebration is the self-titled second album release by the Mike Love fronted band Celebration. The album was released in February and mainly features song writing from Mike Love and Ron Altbach. The album also contains a Brian Wilson co-write called "How’s About A Little Bit".Genre: Pop rock.
  6. “Don’t Wanna Know” is a song about past lovers. Adam focuses on not wanting to know what his ex-lover has been up to or who she’s been with since they broke up, while Kendrick Lamar shows his ex what she’s been missing. This is the Maroon 5’s first new music since their album V. View wiki.
  7. Jan 17,  · I know a lot of people out there have never even heard the Disco Celebration album yet, so I don't want them waiting another two months to hear it! Both of these albums are sourced from high-quality vinyl rips, and since neither have ever gotten CD .
  8. A Tribute to Steve Goodman culls the contents of a live performance at the Arts Crown Theatre by a variety of artists. While not every song here was recorded or written by Goodman, the concert is more a testament to the great affection these performers felt for Goodman and his music, and that sentiment comes through regardless of what's being played onstage.

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