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The Turnstyles - He Was Cable When Cable Wasn't Cool mp3 album

  • Performer: The Turnstyles
  • Title: He Was Cable When Cable Wasn't Cool
  • Genre: World, Country
  • Formats: MP3 VQF TTA DMF FLAC DXD WAV
  • Released: 1982
  • MP3 album: 1375 mb
  • FLAC album: 1617 mb
  • Rating: 4.5/5
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The Turnstyles  - He Was Cable When Cable Wasn't Cool mp3 album

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A. He Was Cable When Cable Wasn't Cool Written-By – Bob Gillies, Ted Stovall. B.

I was cable when cable wasn't cool.

Quotes Authors T Ted Turner I was cable when cable wasn't. I was cable when cable wasn't cool. Ted Turner, Janet Lowe (1999). Ted Turner speaks: insight from the world's greatest maverick, Wiley.

I Was Country When Country Wasn't Cool" is a song written by Kye Fleming and Dennis Morgan, recorded by American country music artist Barbara Mandrell. It was released in April 1981 as lead single from the album Barbara Mandrell Live. The song reached number one on the . Billboard Hot Country Singles chart in July 1981 and peaked at on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart

Turnstiles are often used for counting the numbers of people passing through a gate, even when payment is not involved.

He still was a singer/songwriter - indeed, "Summer, Highland Falls" was his best ballad to date, possibly his best ever - but he decided to run with his musical talents, turning the record into a whirlwind tour of pop styles, from Sinatra to Springsteen. There's little question that the cinematic sprawl of Born to Run had an effect on Turnstiles, since it has a similar widescreen feel, even if it clocks in at only eight songs.

Turnstyles & Junkpiles is Pullman's debut album. Released on August 11, 1998, by Thrill Jockey, Turnstyles & Junkpiles was recorded live to analog 2-track with two AKG 451-EB microphone in the Cool Blue Cave by Bundy K. Brown in November 1997, with two exceptions: "Two Parts Water" and "Beacon & Kent", which were recorded at home by Curtis Harvey and Chris Brokaw, respectively.

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A He Was Cable When Cable Wasn't Cool
Written-By – Bob Gillies , Ted Stovall
B He Was Cable When Cable Wasn't Cool
Written-By – Bob Gillies , Ted Stovall

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  • Copyright (c) – Turner Broadcasting System, Inc.

Credits

  • Backing Vocals – Ted Turner
  • Co-producer – Bob Gillies , Ted Stovall

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