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Menage A TroiS - The Bob Crewe Generation - Menage A Trois / Street Talk (Vinyl)

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  1. Explore releases from The Bob Crewe Generation at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Bob Crewe Generation at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. THE BOB CREWE GENERATION. THE VINYL CONDITION IS. DISCO (PROMO) 45 ON. NM, CLEAN AND GLOSSY, NO SCRATCHES, THE LABELS ARE. THE BOB CREWE GENERATION Menage a trois ELEKTRA DISCO 45 PROMO!End date: Jun 28,
  3. Street Talk, an Album by The Bob Crewe Generation. Released in on Elektra (catalog no. 7ES ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Disco, Funk.
  4. A: Street Talk B: Street Talk (Var. II) 20th Century USA: TC Mar 7" 1: B.C.G. (B.C. Generation) A: Street Talk (Var III) B: Street Talk (Var II) 20th Century USA: TC Mar 7" 2: B.C.G. (B.C. Generation) A: Street Talk (Var. III) [Mono] B: Street Talk (Var. III) [Stereo] 20th Century USA: TC Mar Promo.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Street Talk on Discogs.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Menage A Trois on Discogs. Label: Elektra - E • Format: Vinyl 7 The Bob Crewe Generation - Menage A Trois (, Vinyl /5(3).
  7. During and , Crewe was signed to Elektra Records, where he released two remarkably diverse albums. s Street Talk resurrected The Bob Crewe Generation, best-known for the swinging bachelor pad classic Music to Watch Girls By, for the disco age.
  8. Mixed By, Edited By – Michael DeLugg Written-By – Bob Crewe, Trevor Veitch: A2: Menage A Trois Mixed By, Edited By – Jay Mark, Tom Moulton Written-By – Bob Crewe, Trevor Veitch: A3: Street Talk Mixed By, Edited By – Hank Cicala* Written-By – Bob Crewe, Cindy Bullens: B1: Back Alley Boogie Mixed By, Edited By.
  9. Mar 15,  · Released under his Bob Crewe Generation banner, (which he had previously used behind the lounge classics "Music To Watch Girls By" and the Barbarella soundtrack), given the synergy between disco and the burgeoning gay scene, it was perhaps no surprise that disco would form the backdrop for this newly homoerotic, sexually charged side to his work.

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