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Barbary Coast - American Trilogy FLAC album


Performer: Barbary Coast
Genre: Pop music / Folk and World music
Title: American Trilogy
Released: 1979
Style: Country
FLAC version ZIP size: 1502 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1185 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1570 mb
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 625
Other Formats: VOC ASF AUD AIFF AHX MIDI AC3

Barbary Coast is an American television series that aired on ABC. The pilot film first aired on May 4, 1975 and the series itself premiered September 8, 1975; the last episode aired January 9, 1976. Barbary Coast was inspired by a similar 19th-century spy series, The Wild Wild West, and like the earlier program, Barbary Coast mixed the genres of Western and secret agent drama.

Barbary Coast by Red Light New Music, released 10 August 2015 1. Vincent Raikhel: Cirques 2. Liam Robertson: Chamber Concerto I. Sonata 3. Liam Robertson: Chamber Concerto II. Hymn 4. Liam Robertson: Chamber Concerto III. Rondo 5. Christopher Cerrone: The Night Mare 6. Ted Hearne: The Crispy Gentlemen 7. Scott Wollschleger: Brontal I. 8. Scott Wollschleger: Brontal II. 9. Scott Wollschleger: Brontal III. 10. Scott Wollschleger: Brontal IV.

The term Barbary Coast (also Barbary, Berbery or Berber Coast) was used by Europeans from the 16th century to the early 19th to refer to the coastal regions of North Africa inhabited by Berber people. Today this land is part of the modern nations of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia and Libya

And yet, "An American Trilogy" reveals Newbury's complex approach to songwriting and album sequencing: Every word or line or stanza or song complements the others and shades their meanings, contributing crucially to the whole

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A1 American Trilogy
Written-By – Mickey Newbury
B1 Honky Tonk Angel
Written-By – Denny Rice*, Troy Seals

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – SRT Productions Ltd. – SRTS/79/CUS 289
  • Published By – Frank Ifield Enterprises Limited – SRTS/79/CUS 289

Credits

  • Bass – John Malone *
  • Drums – Tony Paul
  • Engineer – Derek Tompkins
  • Keyboards – Barry Fletcher
  • Lead Vocals – Robbo Robinson
  • Pedal Steel Guitar – John Roache
  • Producer – Barry Fletcher

Notes

Recorded at Beck Recording Studios, Wellingborough, UK.
Sleeve front photo by Mel Figures.