Go All The Way - Raspberries - Raspberries (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

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  1. ERIC CARMEN Album All By Myself MINTY SEALED NEW Vinyl LP UK ARTY $ Top Rated Plus. $ shipping. Genre: Rock Raspberries, w/ Eric Carmen Vinyl LP, Go All The Way, Capitol, SK, NM. $ Artist: Eric Carmen. $ shipping. Duration: LP. Watch. 8-Track Cartridge Rock Music Formats. Other World Music.
  2. At the time, The Raspberries' career was on a downward slide from the heights they reached with "Go All the Way" in After peaking at #94 with "I'm a Rocker," their next couple of singles failed to make the Hot at all. They only managed a single hit after that, with their swan song, "Overnight Sensation (Hit Record).".
  3. BLACK SABBATH Master Of Reality. Rare UK first pressing 8-track vinyl LP on an inverted black ‘swirl’ label, with machine stamped 1Y1/2Y1 matrices & an inverted ‘swirl.
  4. Aug 11, - These are album jackets featuring everyone's favorite various artists records. See more ideas about Rock and roll, Album, Various artists pins.
  5. Raspberries, an Album by Raspberries. Released in on Capitol (catalog no. 8XK ; 8 Track). Genres: Power Pop, Pop Rock.
  6. Oct 29,  · In William Lear convinced Ford to install the 8-track in their cars. In September , Ford Motor Company offered 8-track players as an option in their model cars. A Ford spokesperson reported that 65, players were installed in the first year. As a result of the popularity, the 8-track player soon became standard in all Ford cars.
  7. The Rolling Stones “Sticky Fingers” released on this date, April 23rd, Swaggering, dirty rock-n-roll blues and one of my favorite Stones albums; our copy is stored in the special LP box because 1. it’s original with the working zipper, perforated belt buckle opening to reveal a guy’s tidy whiteys and 2. the zipper would ruin all of the other vinyl surrounding it on a shelf.
  8. In the 70’s and 80’s, AM radio used a tape cartridge similar to 8 track tape and would record the cut to be played multiple times on tape till it wore out and then would re-record on a new “Cart”. It is possible to find near mint radio copies from the 70’s and 80’s. I have found a few.

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