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John Howard Abdnor Involvement, The - Sandy, I'm Your Man / I'll Come Running To You flac album

John Howard Abdnor Involvement, The - Sandy, I'm Your Man / I'll Come Running To You flac album
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Sandy, I'm Your Man / I'll Come Running To You
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John Howard Abdnor Involvement, The
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1557 mb
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Complete your The John Howard Abdnor Involvement collection. John Howard Abdnor probably owed his brief musical career to the generosity of his father. Based in Fort Worth, Texas, John Howard Abdnor Sr. was a well-to-do businessman who had made a killing in the insurance business. By the early 1960s Abdnor Sr. had turned his attention to music, where as the founder and owner of AbnakRecords, he enjoyed quite a bit of local success with acts such as soulster Bobby Patterson (who attended college with Abdnor S. s son) and The Five Americans.

A. Sandy, I'm Your Man. Producer – The John Howard Abdnor y – John H. Abdnor. B. I'll Come Running To You. Producer – The John Howard Abdnor y – Jerry Harris. Matrix, Runout (A-side): AB-144-A 6686 5 BRS. Matrix, Runout (B-side): AB-144-B 6687 5 BRS.

Sandy' I'm Your Man. Intro To Change, 2m 23sec. Sandy' I'm Your Man. Chat About Sandy' I'm Your Man by The John Howard Abdor Involvement. For You. Music, radio and podcasts, all free. Listen online or download the iHeartRadio App. Connect.

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What we have here i. OHN HOWARD ABDNOR INVOLVEMENT "Intro To Change" Original 1969 yellow label pr0m0 LP on the ABNAK label, STEREO ABST 2072 Cover: EXCELLENT, DJ stamp on back,. Sure, John Howard Abdnor got a little preferential treatment. Elsewhere, the folky pop vibe of "I'll Come Running To You" is a nice jangly Byrds meet Dylan clone, and so John gives the vocals a little Dylan spin. Once again, the song benefits from some great snaky mystical guitar work.