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The Stephen Kellogg Band - Rain Summer (Cassette, Album)

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  4. Mezijora says:
    I first listened to Rain Summer, when my sister left her copy at home when she went off to college. I put it in my cd player, and it hasn't come out since. Stephen Kellogg combines awesome musical talent, with an amazing voice that strikes a chord in your inner ear. If you like easy accoustic listening with feel good vibes, this cd is for you!/5(2).
  5. Juzuru says:
    Singin' In The Rain Lyrics: I'm singing in the rain, just singin' in the rain / What a glorious feeling, I'm happy again / I'm laughing at clouds so dark up above / The sun's in my heart and I'm.
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  8. Gardagal says:
    Stephen Kellogg and the Sixers – Gift Horse (Vanguard) Though almost delayed by a heart-stopping accident that saw the majority of the band involved in a serious car wreck on the eve of recording, the latest from these New England natives is a gem from start to finish. Opening with the infectious strummer “Gravity,” the album doesn’t so much draw you in as it immediately thrusts you.

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