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BGP are excited to launch their new 7s at 33 series which aims to deliver classic album length tracks in their full length on 7-inch singles. Although a new series, we have experimented with this before, releasing Tom Moulton's extended version of Patti Jo's 'Make Me Believe In You' in 2016 to an ecstatic response and great sales. 'Leaving This Planet' was the title track of Charles Earland's 1974 album of the same name: one of the finest jazz albums of the 70s. This Track was played at the Loft and other New York dance clubs in the 70s. Here it is coupled with 'Murilley', an organ led vocal number that was a massive jazz dancer at the Wag Club, Dingwalls and beyond in the 80s.
BGP are excited to launch their new 7s at 33 series which aims to deliver classic album length tracks in their full length on 7-inch singles. Although a new series, we have experimented with this before, releasing Tom Moulton's extended version of Patti Jo's 'Make Me Believe In You' in 2016 to an ecstatic response and great sales. 'Leaving This Planet' was the title track of Charles Earland's 1974 album of the same name: one of the finest jazz albums of the 70s. This Track was played at the Loft and other New York dance clubs in the 70s. Here it is coupled with 'Murilley', an organ led vocal number that was a massive jazz dancer at the Wag Club, Dingwalls and beyond in the 80s.
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Murilley / Leaving This Planet (Uk)
Artist: Charles Earland
Format: Vinyl
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Murilley - Charles Earland
2. Leaving This Planet - Charles Earland

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BGP are excited to launch their new 7s at 33 series which aims to deliver classic album length tracks in their full length on 7-inch singles. Although a new series, we have experimented with this before, releasing Tom Moulton's extended version of Patti Jo's 'Make Me Believe In You' in 2016 to an ecstatic response and great sales. 'Leaving This Planet' was the title track of Charles Earland's 1974 album of the same name: one of the finest jazz albums of the 70s. This Track was played at the Loft and other New York dance clubs in the 70s. Here it is coupled with 'Murilley', an organ led vocal number that was a massive jazz dancer at the Wag Club, Dingwalls and beyond in the 80s.
        
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