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Sunny & The Sunliners - Should I Take You Home (Vinyl)

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  1. View all records by Sunny & Sunliners for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  2. Camila Cabello - Camila [New Vinyl LP] Colored Vinyl, Gram, Red. $ $ Free shipping. Popular. Nirvana - Nevermind [New Vinyl LP] $ $ Free shipping. Popular. Last one. Sunny & Sunliners - Should I Take You Home / My Dream [New 7" Vinyl] $ $ Free shipping. Last one. Sinatra- Frank Come Fly With Me! + 1 End date: Jul 17,
  3. Sep 21,  · Led by vocalist Sunny Ozuna, Sunny & the Sunliners began as a sturdy regional act in the late ’50s, broke out nationally for a little while, and then just kept on rolling; of course, they’re ripe for contemporary discovery, and with Mr. Brown Eyed Soul, Big Crown Records has brought the goods. Earlier this year, label owners Danny Akalepse and Leon Michels issued the “Should I Take You.
  4. Digging at one of these events I found a nice clean copy of the Chicano northern soul banger Sunny & the Sunliners’ 45 “If I Could See You Now” with the gangster oldie B-side “Should I Take You Home.” Sunny & the Sunglows started making music in the early 60s (later morphed into Sunny & the Sunliners).
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  6. Jimi Hendrix - Are You Experienced [New Vinyl LP] $ $ Free shipping. Popular. Sunny & Sunliners - Should I Take You Home / My Dream [New 7" Vinyl] $ $ Free shipping. Sunny & the Sunliners If I Could See You Now b/w Should I Take You Home (RPR)End date: Apr 27,
  7. Side B is the never before heard and very well executed homage to Sunny & The Sunliners classic song, Should I Take You Home. Bobby takes the task of covering a near perfect tune and does it justice by making it their own while never losing sight of the magic that makes Sunny’s original so sublime.
  8. Among countless other honors and notable achievements, Sunny was the first Latino artist to appear on Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand” (in ). Songs like “Put Me In Jail,” “Talk To Me,” “Should I Take You Home,” “My Dream” and “Smile Now, Cry Later” still bring crowds to their feet throughout the Southwest and.

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