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Dancing in the Moonlight: Best of

Review 2010 collection from the British Pop Rockers. 16 tracks featuring hit singles and album tracks. Sony.
Seeing Stars

Review The sounds of the '70s have had a mystical and enduring hold over popular music, and with Toploader's debut homage to the funk, rock, and psychedelic era, there's little sign of its grasp loosening. Given Joseph Washborn's gravely vocal charms (think Jamiroquai's Jay Kay singing Black Crowes songs), the stripped down Stevie Wonder style of "High Flying Bird," and the rock tones of Lenny Kravitz on "Breathe" and "Future," this is no bad thing. Onka's Big Moka, the oddly titled debut from Eastbourne, England's finest quartet, may not be pushing any musical boundaries, but with the gloriously uplifting "Let the People Know," the sublimely emotional outpouring of the soul that is "Achilles Heel," and the light-footed and incredibly cute party piece "Dancing in the Moonlight," it's a flawless exercise in piano bashing and guitar pop. --Dan Gennoe
Onka's Big Moka

Review Sugarsmack ~ Toploader
Toploader

Review Ori. Release '02, Second album from the band that takes a cue from the Doobie Brothers with their name, includes covers of the Temptations' "Cloud 9" and Grand Funk's "Some Kind of Wonderful".
At the Magic Hotel

Review Toploader - Onka's Big Moka - Cd
Onka's Big Monka

Review The sounds of the '70s have had a mystical and enduring hold over popular music, and with Toploader releasing their debut homage to that decade, there's little sign of its grasp loosening. Given Joseph Washborn's gravely vocal charms (think Jamiroquai's Jay Kay singing the songs of Reef), the stripped-down Stevie Wonder style of "High Flying Bird" and the rock tones of the Black Crowes and Lenny Kravitz on "Breathe" and "Future," that's no bad thing. Onka's Big Moka, the oddly titled debut from Eastbourne's finest quartet, may not push any musical boundaries, but with the gloriously uplifting "Let the People Know," the sublimely emotional outpouring of the soul that is "Achilles Heel," and the light-footed and incredibly cute party piece "Dancing in the Moonlight," it's a flawless exercise in guitar pop. --Dan Gennoe
Only Human

Review Toploader Dancing In The Moonlight + Postcards UK CD single
Dancing In The Moonlight CD UK Sony 2000

Review Beatles, The‎- The Beatles Label: Apple Records ‎- PCS 7067/8 Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: UK Released: 22 Nov 1968 Genre: Rock Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental TracklistHide Credits A1 Back In The U.S.S.R. A2 Dear Prudence A3 Glass Onion A4 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da A5 Wild Honey Pie A6 The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill A7 While My Guitar Gently Weeps Guitar [Uncredited] - Eric Clapton A8 Happiness Is A Warm Gun B1 Martha, My Dear B2 I'm So Tired B3 Blackbird B4 Piggies B5 Rocky Raccoon B6 Don't Pass Me By B7 Why Dont We Do It In The Road B8 I Will B9 Julia C1 Birthday C2 Yer Blues C3 Mother Nature's Son C4 Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey C5 Sexy Sadie C6 Helter Skelter C7 Long, Long, Long D1 Revolution 1 D2 Honey Pie D3 Savoy Truffle D4 Cry, Baby, Cry D5 Revolution 9 D6 Good Night Credits Engineer- Chris Thomas, Geoff Emerick, Ken Scott Producer, Orchestrated By- George Martin Written-By- Harrison* (tracks: A7, B4, C7, D3), Lennon-McCartney (tracks: A1 to A6, A8 to B3, B5, B6 to C6, D1, D2, D4 to D6), Starkey* (tracks: B6) Notes Commonly known as ''The White Album''. Issued with 4 glossy photographs, a double-sided poster, black inner sleeves. Embossed lettering (The Beatles) on the cover. First pressings open from the top on gate-fold jacket sleeve. 'Sold in the UK. subject to resale price conditions, see price list' on the label. The copies are numbered on the front individually to each copy and imprinted 'No 0000000'. (Stereo) imprinted on rear jacket sleeve.
The Beatles (White Album) (UK Apple stereo numbered top-loader double vinyl LP with photos and poster insert)

Review 2010 collection from the British Pop Rockers. 16 tracks featuring hit singles and album tracks. Sony.
Time of My Life Pt.2 by Toploader

Review The sounds of the '70s have had a mystical and enduring hold over popular music, and with Toploader's debut homage to the funk, rock, and psychedelic era, there's little sign of its grasp loosening. Given Joseph Washborn's gravely vocal charms (think Jamiroquai's Jay Kay singing Black Crowes songs), the stripped down Stevie Wonder style of "High Flying Bird," and the rock tones of Lenny Kravitz on "Breathe" and "Future," this is no bad thing. Onka's Big Moka, the oddly titled debut from Eastbourne, England's finest quartet, may not be pushing any musical boundaries, but with the gloriously uplifting "Let the People Know," the sublimely emotional outpouring of the soul that is "Achilles Heel," and the light-footed and incredibly cute party piece "Dancing in the Moonlight," it's a flawless exercise in piano bashing and guitar pop. --Dan Gennoe
Dancing in the Moonlight: Best of

Review Sugarsmack ~ Toploader
Seeing Stars

Review Ori. Release '02, Second album from the band that takes a cue from the Doobie Brothers with their name, includes covers of the Temptations' "Cloud 9" and Grand Funk's "Some Kind of Wonderful".
Onka's Big Moka

Review Toploader - Onka's Big Moka - Cd
Toploader

Review The sounds of the '70s have had a mystical and enduring hold over popular music, and with Toploader releasing their debut homage to that decade, there's little sign of its grasp loosening. Given Joseph Washborn's gravely vocal charms (think Jamiroquai's Jay Kay singing the songs of Reef), the stripped-down Stevie Wonder style of "High Flying Bird" and the rock tones of the Black Crowes and Lenny Kravitz on "Breathe" and "Future," that's no bad thing. Onka's Big Moka, the oddly titled debut from Eastbourne's finest quartet, may not push any musical boundaries, but with the gloriously uplifting "Let the People Know," the sublimely emotional outpouring of the soul that is "Achilles Heel," and the light-footed and incredibly cute party piece "Dancing in the Moonlight," it's a flawless exercise in guitar pop. --Dan Gennoe
At the Magic Hotel

Review Toploader Dancing In The Moonlight + Postcards UK CD single
Onka's Big Monka

Review Beatles, The‎- The Beatles Label: Apple Records ‎- PCS 7067/8 Format: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo Country: UK Released: 22 Nov 1968 Genre: Rock Style: Rock & Roll, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental TracklistHide Credits A1 Back In The U.S.S.R. A2 Dear Prudence A3 Glass Onion A4 Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da A5 Wild Honey Pie A6 The Continuing Story Of Bungalow Bill A7 While My Guitar Gently Weeps Guitar [Uncredited] - Eric Clapton A8 Happiness Is A Warm Gun B1 Martha, My Dear B2 I'm So Tired B3 Blackbird B4 Piggies B5 Rocky Raccoon B6 Don't Pass Me By B7 Why Dont We Do It In The Road B8 I Will B9 Julia C1 Birthday C2 Yer Blues C3 Mother Nature's Son C4 Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey C5 Sexy Sadie C6 Helter Skelter C7 Long, Long, Long D1 Revolution 1 D2 Honey Pie D3 Savoy Truffle D4 Cry, Baby, Cry D5 Revolution 9 D6 Good Night Credits Engineer- Chris Thomas, Geoff Emerick, Ken Scott Producer, Orchestrated By- George Martin Written-By- Harrison* (tracks: A7, B4, C7, D3), Lennon-McCartney (tracks: A1 to A6, A8 to B3, B5, B6 to C6, D1, D2, D4 to D6), Starkey* (tracks: B6) Notes Commonly known as ''The White Album''. Issued with 4 glossy photographs, a double-sided poster, black inner sleeves. Embossed lettering (The Beatles) on the cover. First pressings open from the top on gate-fold jacket sleeve. 'Sold in the UK. subject to resale price conditions, see price list' on the label. The copies are numbered on the front individually to each copy and imprinted 'No 0000000'. (Stereo) imprinted on rear jacket sleeve.

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