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Bob Brookens - We All Live in the World flac album

Performer: Bob Brookens
Title: We All Live in the World
Duration: 27:44
Relesed: January 25, 2007
Rating: 4.3
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Artist: Bob Brookens and Friends. Album: We All Live in the World. We All Live in the World: Best 2 songs. Bob Brookens and Friends, featuring Allison Dysard - Baby Good And Strong 01:48. Bob Brookens and Friends, featuring Napsua - Like That 03:31. Bob Brookens and Friends: best 2 tracks. Bob Brookens and Friends - Raimbow Song We All Live in the World, 2006 01:48. Bob Brookens and Friends - Goodbye Song We All Live in the World, 2006 01:03. Artist: Bob Brookens and Friends.

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album: We All Live in the World.

Free download and listen We All Live in the World. Bob Brookens and Friends - Raimbow Song 01:48. Bob Brookens and Friends - Clap Your Hands 02:49. Bob Brookens and Friends - We All Live In The World 03:05. Bob Brookens and Friends - All The Leaves 01:51. Bob Brookens and Friends - Chiapanecas 02:00. Bob Brookens and Friends - Vroom, Vroom 01:58.

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Live! is a 1975 album by Bob Marley and the Wailers which was recorded live in concert during July 1975 at the Lyceum Theatre, London. The performance remains one of Marley's most famous. No Woman, No Cry" was released as a single. The album was recorded 17-18 July 1975 at the Lyceum Theatre, London. Danny Holloway, an Island Records employee, recorded the performances using the Rolling Stones Mobile Studio.

On January 9, 1975, Brookens was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the first round (fourth pick overall) of the 1975 amateur draft. In 12 major league seasons, Brookens played 1,065 games at third base, 162 games at second base, and 119 games at shortstop  . With regular catcher Lance Parrish hurt and Bob Melvin and Marty Castillo removed from the game in favor of pinch-hitters, Brookens (who had never caught a pro game before, even in the minors) filled the role and wound up catching five innings (11th through the 15th) before Detroit finally won the game

On January 9, 1975, Brookens was drafted by the Detroit Tigers in the first round (fourth pick overall) of the 1975 amateur draft. Tigers radio announcer Ernie Harwell nicknamed Brookens "the Pennsylvania Poker", a play on the song "Pennsylvania Polka". With regular catcher Lance Parrish hurt and Bob Melvin and Marty Castillo removed from the game in favor of pinch-hitters, Brookens (who had never caught a pro game before, even in the minors) filled the role and wound up catching five innings (11th through the 15th) before Detroit finally won the game

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 All the Things I Can Do Bob Brookens 2:05
2 Head, Shoulders, Knees and Toes Bob Brookens 2:27
3 Raimbow Song Bob Brookens 1:48
4 Clap Your Hands Bob Brookens 2:49
5 We All Live in the World Bob Brookens 3:04
6 All the Leaves Bob Brookens 1:51
7 Chiapanecas Bob Brookens 2:00
8 Like That Bob Brookens 3:30
9 Baby Good and Strong Bob Brookens 1:48
10 Vroom, Vroom Bob Brookens 1:58
11 If I Had a Wallaby Bob Brookens 3:21
12 Goodbye Song Bob Brookens 1:03

Credits

Bob Brookens - Primary Artist
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