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Obscure Land - Various - Eclipse (CD)


  1. A super-stable fairway driver with a predictable flight pattern, the Eclipse is an excellent choice for newer disc golfers. This wide diameter driver has a relatively narrow rim (cm) that is easier to control for players with smaller hands. The Eclipse is an inexpensive disc in Discraft’s Pro-D plastic.
  2. Chop Shop Records is a record label located in South Pasadena, California. The label was started by Alexandra Patsavas, who also started Chop Shop Music Supervision.
  3. This CD is definitely for the s fan who is trying to build his/her collection of 80s music on a budget. I would normally pass on buying this CD as 12 of the 18 songs are easily found elsewhere, but the other 6 songs on the CD are hard to find, which is the reason why I ended up buying it: Christopher Cross, Mike & the Mechanics, Mr. Mister, Fine Young Cannibals, Steve Winwood and Tina Turner/5().
  4. Will Ackerman, Mr. Windham Hill himself, gets 1 rather obscure track ("Night Slip" from his Past Light album) that is not even in his 20 best tracks ever. In astonishing contrast, Nightnoise is the only artist or band on here to get two tracks ("Night In That Land" and "Mouth Music"). It blows the mind/5(31).
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Hymns of the Old Country Church - Various Artists on AllMusic -
  6. various (transient) another taste of transient (2-cd) various (transient) various (flying rhino/freestyle) caribbean eclipse. various (universal egg) dubxotic ethnofunkadelia. various (dubmission) aurora the land of harm and appletrees. aurora.
  7. Check out Eclipse on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon.
  8. Places. Eclipse Island (Queensland), Australia, an island of the Great Palm Island group Eclipse Island (Western Australia), a barren island near Albany Arts, entertainment, and media Films. Eclipse, by Michelangelo Antonioni; Eclipse, by Jeremy Podeswa; The Eclipse, or the Courtship of the Sun and Moon (), a film by Georges Méliès; The Eclipse, a film by Conor McPherson.

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