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Im Losing You - Dwight Twilley Band - Sincerely (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Goltisar
    [F C Am Dm Bb] Chords for Dwight Twilley Band - I'm Losing You () with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin.
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  2. Voodoole
    Oct 26,  · Is sincerely, sincerely So you've been making me cry Well, naturally But what's that feeling? Sincerely, sincerely From the moment I saw where my love dies What's the difference a starcold soldier feels Sincerely What you need (guitar break) May I look like a kite And mercifully What you need Is sincerely That's what you need (That's what you need) That's what you need (That's what you .
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  3. Galkis
    Sincerely (): I’m on Fire Could Be Love Feeling in the Dark You Were So Warm I’m Losing You Sincerely TV Release Me Three Persons Baby Let’s Cruise England Just Like the Sun Twilley Don't Mind (): Here She Comes Looking for the Magic That I Remember Rock and Roll.
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  4. Manris
    Mar 21,  · Dwight's site appears to be gone or not currently working, so here's the text thanks to Jo. Meanwhile, the label belatedly released a 2nd single, "You Were So Warm," coupled with a terrific recent track, "Sincerely" (recorded with assistance from Roger Linn, about to become famous as the inventor/namesake of the first synth drums).
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  5. Yotaxe
    Dwight Twilley Band - Sincerely () Sincerely is the kind of perfect, would-be classic power pop record that makes you realize just how arbitrary success in the music business is. Like, I think that in some weird, imaginary world, every record that I post on here would be a hit, but Sincerely could have been a huge hit in this world.
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  6. Mikasar
    Album discography. Sincerely Shelter [SRL] 6/ I’m On Fire Could Be Love Feeling In The Dark You Were So Warm I’m Losing You 06, Sincerely TV Release Me Three Persons Baby Let’s Cruise England Just Like The Sun. Bonus tracks on CD: Shelter [SRZ] Did You See What.
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  7. Kekus
    Dec 20,  · Sincerely - The Dwight Twilley Band FROM WIKIPEDIA: Sincerely is the debut album from the Dwight Twilley Band, released in on Shelter Records. The band consisted solely of Dwight Twilley (guitar, piano, lead and harmony vocals) and Phil Seymour (drums, bass, percussion, lead and harmony vocals), although touring band member Bill Pitcock IV played lead guitar on every .
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  8. Toramar
    Sincerely, the Dwight Twilley Band'd debut album from the late 70s, is simply a masterpiece, easily one of the best Power Pop records ever made. Twilley Don't Mind, the follow-up, maybe came up a little short when compared to Sincerely, but is still a great album/5(9).
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