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Ian Gillan Band - You Make Me Feel So Good (Vinyl)

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  1. 2 You Make Me Feel So Good 3 Shame 4 My Baby Loves Me 5 Down the Road 6 Ian Gillan Band Previous. Next Ian Gillan Band. Clear Air Turbulence + Scarabus. Gillan .
  2. Child in Time, an Album by Ian Gillan Band. Released in July on Polydor (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Rock. Featured peformers: Ian Gillan (vocals), Ray Fenwick (guitar, slide guitar, vocals), John Gustafson (bass, vocals), Mike Moran (Rhodes, Clavinet, aka_text hammond role_id aka_text, synthesizer, piano, aka_text {arp solina string ensemble} role_id aka_text.
  3. Tracks: Can I Get A Witness - Gillan, Ian & The Javelins Little One - Episode Six Driving Me Wild - Gillan Strange Kind Of Woman - Deep Purple Temple (from Jesus Christ Superstar) - Various Artists You Make Me Feel So Good - Gillan, Ian Band Secret Of The Dance - Gillan Roller - Gillan Nervous - Gillan
  4. Various - Ian Gillan: Smoke On The Water (various) Life Aid Records: Rock Profile: A: Ian Gillan: Can I Get A Witness - Javelins Little One - Episode 6 Driving Me Wild - Ian Gillan Strange Kind Of Woman - Deep Purple The Temple - eanuntenabpickclipapenrahanmorsna.coinfotar You Make Me Feel So Good - Ian Gillan Band Secret Of The Dance - Gillan Roller - Gillan Nervous.
  5. Lay Me Down: A2: You Make Me Feel So Good: A3: Shame: A4: My Baby Loves Me: A5: Down The Road: B1: Child In Time: B2 Let It Slide No Vinyl+CDR 36 Listed For Sale: ian gillan band.
  6. The rock band is releasing their 21st studio album, “Whoosh!,” on Aug. 7, making it their third release produced by Bob Ezrin, of Alice Cooper and Pink Floyd fame. Singer/songwriter Ian Gillan.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Make Me Feel So Good / Shame on Discogs. Label: Oyster - ,Polydor - • Format: Vinyl 7 Ian Gillan Band - You Make Me Feel So Good / Shame (, Vinyl) | Discogs4/5(2).
  8. The title is a humorous reference to Ian Gillan's notorious reticence to pay any attention to his own or Deep Purple live releases (as he explains in the album liner notes).

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