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8 thoughts on “ Born Free - The Hesitations - Born Free / Push A Little Bit Harder (Vinyl)

  1. Vudojora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Born Free on Discogs. Label: London Records - HLR • Format: Vinyl 7. The Hesitations ‎– Born Free Label: London Records Born Free / Push A Little Bit Harder.
  2. Mooguzuru says:
    Kapp management wasting little time slapping it on the group's next album (note the album title). Co-produced by Larry Banks and Teacho Wiltshire, 's "The New Born Free Hesitations" served as the band's third studio set. Musically it wasn't a gigantic difference from their earlier releases.
  3. The Hesitations A: Born Free B: Push A Little Bit Harder: Kapp France: KV. 7" 1: The Hesitations A: The Impossible Dream B: Nobody Knows You When You're Down And Out: Kapp France: KV. 7" 0: The Hesitations A: Climb Every Mountain B: My World: Kapp France: KV. 7" 0 Germany: The Hesitations A: The.
  4. These 23 tracks don't get the love their pre-"Born Free" tracks -- considered classic four-on-the-floor Northern soul -- receive. This is an injustice. The arrangements are more elaborate, the vocals more varied, and the songs classier.
  5. Meztikree says:
    Description Record: Very Good (VG) Cover: Very Good (VG) All records are visually graded. If you would like to see pictures of the actual album, please let us know. The record contains several surface scratches and some visible scuffs. Side two contains multiple surface scratches. The record has been playgraded and sounds great other then minimal surface noise. The record sleeve contains.
  6. Kigagis says:
    The Hesitations - The New Born Free - tedtawaljodotitidislinouhuany.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Account Sleeve is VG (ring and shelf wear) / Vinyl is VG. We ship within 24 hours (6 days a week). Add to Cart. 1-Click ordering is not available for this item. See All Buying Options.
  7. 7" Single on 45cat: The Hesitations - Born Free / Push A Little Bit Harder - Kapp - France - KV.
  8. Kazigor says:
    The significance of "Born Free" is in relation to the game's theme of prison and captivity. In , Born Free was used in a UK television commercial for Cow & Gate’s Follow on Milk. In July , the Unilever brand Axe began airing a TV campaign for its deodorant line that spoofed the restrictions on dating during the COVID pandemic.

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