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A Girl Named You - Supersister (2) - To The Highest Bidder (Vinyl, LP, Album)

8 thoughts on “ A Girl Named You - Supersister (2) - To The Highest Bidder (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Gardazil
    Skladby: A1 A Girl Named You A2 No Tree Will Grow (On Too High A Mountain) B1 Energy (Out Of Future) B2 Higher Rok vydání: Rok vydání reedice:
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  2. Samurisar
    It should be mentioned that Supersister were intelligent enough to throw some singles in the market in order to become more popular, despite their highly challenging sound.''She was naked'' predated the ''Present from Nancy'' album and ''A girl named you'' as well as ''No tree will grow'' were released for the promotion of the second album ''To.
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  3. Zulugar
    "A Girl Named You" is surely a classic Canterbury-ish track, full of imaginative playing, cute melodies, erotized nursery rhymes, soft flute grooviness and atmospheric keyboards. "No tree Will Grow" is a more pensive one yet on the coda they bursted out laughing with noise cheeks and sea lion's imitation.
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  4. Nijinn
    To the Highest Bidder doesn't sound like this or that; it is pure Supersister, namely in "A Girl Named You," the group's first true classic. Stips' composition combines elements of rock and jazz with a circular me-and-you message that brings to mind early Gong (the way he handles the melody also evokes Daevid Allen). Everybody gets a technical.
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  5. Kakasa
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of To The Highest Bidder on Discogs. Label: Polydor - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock • /5(9).
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  6. Gomi
    Keyboardist Robert Jan Stips had taken control of all the songwriting. At this point, the group is not borrowing ideas from others, it is pure Supersister, namely in 'A Girl Named You,' the group's first true classic. To The Highest Bidder is available as a limited edition of .
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  7. Zulkikora
    A1 A Girl Named You A2 No Tree Will Grow (On Too High a Mountain) B1 Energy (Out of Future)
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  8. Shakabei
    While SUPERSISTER bedazzled an unsuspecting prog world with their debut, they went for the jugular with TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER which found all the band's strengths reaching compositional maturity and finding them poised as Holland's greatest musical export during the era and was made even more dramatic by the stunning bright yellow gatefold album cover that donned two large eyes on each panel with coins as the irises and a naked girl /5(26).
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