Pulse - Frank Hunter And His Orchestra - White Goddess (Vinyl, LP)

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  2. Duration – 78 Minutes. Frank Edwards is the poster boy of the Nigerian Hip Christian movement. With many albums to his credit, the contemporary Christian singer-songwriter and recording artist.
  3. Frank Hunter & His Orchestra White Goddess. Add to Custom List. Add to My Collection. AllMusic Rating. User Ratings (0) Your Rating. Overview Pulse. Frank Hunter & His Orchestra. Amazon: 6: Lost Plateau. Frank Hunter & His Orchestra.
  4. Frank Hunter discography and songs: Music profile for Frank Hunter. Genres: Exotica, Lounge. Albums include Jeff Mills @ Wire, White Goddess, and East of the Sun.
  5. Its all there. White Goddess - Frank Hunter and His Orchestra. A nice addition to any Vinyl Record collection - and a perfect find for your Tiki Bar. Captain High Records - Reissue - CH White mauderdetotitenbeuprecbanckiphece.xyzinfo date: Apr 02,
  6. This was recommended by some friends that listen to the Retro Cocktail Hour (you can google it). A true find and one of those "get while you can" releases. It seems Frank Hunter and His Orchestra did only one exotica album, and this is it. And let me tell you, they really did it right! If you are a fan of exotica (as I am), this is a "must have."/5.
  7. Frank Hunter's White Goddess is one of the incredibly great and incredibly hard-to-find Holy Grail albums that die-hard exotica fans spend years looking mauderdetotitenbeuprecbanckiphece.xyzinfo Manning's Twilight Zone is another. Like Manning, Hunter was an unsung hero of the great days of corporate popular music production, overlooked by musical histories that focus only on the many stars they made sound good.

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