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The Barney Love Tapes - The Barney Love Tapes album mp3
The Barney Love Tapes
The Barney Love Tapes
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The Bootleg Series Vol. 11: The Basement Tapes Complete is a compilation album of unreleased home recordings made in 1967 by Bob Dylan and the group of musicians that would become The Band, released on Legacy Records November 3, 2014.

I Love You" is a Barney song, which is sung at the end of almost every Barney episode or video. The song is a symbol of how Barney loves people deeply and how his friends are like family to him. It made its grand debut in the Barney & the Backyard Gang video, "The Backyard Show". It uses the same tune as "This Old Man".

Listen to Love Walked in from Barney Kessel's The Ultimate Jazz Archive 30 (4 Of 4) for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. A new version of Last. Love Walked in. Love this track. Set as current obsession. Go to artist profile.

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist The Love Tapes. Get the Tempo of more than 6 Million songs.

Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen0. 1. The Modern Alchemist. 2. Mr. Green's Blues. 4. See My Way. 5. Blues of a Dunstable Truck Driving Man. 6. Baby Girl. 9. It's Only Love (live). 10. See My Way (live). 11. Blues of A Dunstable Truck Driving Man (live).

Barney & the Backyard Gang is a home video series produced from 1988 to 1991. The series focused on a purple tyrannosaurus rex named Barney, and a group of kids known as The Backyard Gang, and the adventures they take, through their imaginations. The first three tapes alone sold 50,000 copies and the whole series would end up selling 500,000 copies. The series was a success across the US and Canada, but especially in the creators' native Texas.

The Legendary Live Tapes: 1978–1981 is a four CD live recording of Weather Report on Columbia, Sony, released on 20 November 2015. Disc One and Three are quintet recordings from 1980–81, while Disc Two and Four are quartet recordings from 1978. Most of the music was recorded on analog tape by the band’s then drummer (and producer of this live album) Peter Erskine and front of house mixing engineer Brian Risner

Barney is king in our home so anytime we can find these VHS we get as many as we can find. Having said this, the particular seller we purchased this VHS pack from sent us USED video tapes when they advertised the VHS tapes were NEW. Even after sending a complaint, we never did get a response from the seller to refund or replace the used tapes. One person found this helpful. Sometimes, she still resists, but if I tell her Barney (or Baby Bop or BJ) thinks she must brush her teetch, then off she goes! Except for the cleanliness lesson, the rest of the tape was just ok. Some of the songs were repetition from other tapes but I guess that was necessary for pre-school minds to associate with & recall.


A You Don't Monitor The Rooms, Do You? 4:36
B A Date With INXS 2:13


2 "song" spoken word EP. (From release sheet with VC-6)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VC-16 The Barney Love Tapes The Barney Love Tapes ‎(7", EP, Pin) Vinyl Communications VC-16 US 1990
VC-16 The Barney Love Tapes The Barney Love Tapes ‎(7", EP, Lig) Vinyl Communications VC-16 US 1990