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8 thoughts on “ Waiting Fot The UFOs - Graham Parker - Dont Ask Me Questions (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Don't Ask Me Questions - Graham Parker & the Rumour. Disc: 2 1. Stick to Me - Graham Parker & the Rumour Waiting for the Ufo's - Graham Parker Don't Get Excited - Graham Parker packaging but it is the standard mini-cardboard reproductions of the album covers and the 5 albums of which I own 3 on vinyl can't play vinyl records in /5(5).
  2. Graham Parker And The Rumour - Live Sparks Music album. Download free popular format: mp3, wma, flac, hd, ape and other. RAR/ZIP.
  3. Graham Parker- Squeezing Out Sparks tribute. Squeezing Out Sparks by Dave Kaufman (November ) I recently picked up the new () CD reissue of Graham Parker's Squeezing Out Sparks.I originally bought it on LP when it came out in (I was 18 or 19) and it is one of my favorite albums of the first Punk Rock/New Wave era.
  4. PARKER, GRAHAM & THE RUMOUR - Don't Ask Me Questions: The Best of - bomtolaworkcalhaynpowupvetasoundblac.xyzinfo Music Amazon Music Unlimited Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Settings CDs & Vinyl Don't Ask Me Questions: The Best of/5(6).
  5. Squeezing Out Sparks is the fourth studio album by English singer-songwriter Graham Parker and his band the Rumour. The album was released in March The album was released in March Although the Rumour were not credited on the cover, their name was included on the album label.
  6. In classic contract-fulfilling tradition, Parker cranked out a two-record set, The Parkerilla: three live sides plus a second studio version of “Don’t Ask Me Questions.” Adequate but musically unnecessary, it did the legal trick, and Parker was free to switch to a different American label.
  7. Graham Parker is a child of the s whose musical career has straddled an enormous amount of ground, from wannabe Mersey beat, through Atlantic soul, hardcore R&B and a .
  8. The Rumour. The Rumour were a British rock band in the late s and early s. They are best known as the backup band for Graham Parker, whose early records (from to ) were credited to Graham Parker & The Rumour.

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