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  1. Rare Earth - Get Ready [Vinyl] - cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.coinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Best of Rare Earth Rare Earth. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Collection Rare Earth. out of 5 stars Audio CD. midnight at Motown Studios on July 4th in Detroit/5(71).
  2. Get Ready is the RIAA Platinum-certified second studio album by American blues rock band Rare Earth. It was released on September 30, by Motown Records. The album spawned one hit single, an edited version of " Get Ready ", which peaked at #4 on the Billboard Hot chart in
  3. For years the only way to buy Rare Earth's Get Ready or Ecology albums on CD was to pay $75 for an old out of print copy. Fortunately that is no longer the case. These early Rare Earth albums are now available on CD in paper sleeves that resemble the original album jackets. And for a very affordable price. The sound quality is excellent, too/5(51).
  4. Rare Earth - Get Ready - Rare Earth Records 1C - - Repress Of Release - GERMAN IMPORT. Tracks: Magic Key Tobacco Road Feelin' Alright In Bed Train To Nowhere Get Ready. Rare Earth - Get Ready collectible vinyl lp record album for sale. Buy Get Ready, a used vinyl record from Rare Earth.
  5. Rare Earth discography and songs: Music profile for Rare Earth, formed Genres: Psychedelic Soul, Psychedelic Rock, Funk Rock. Albums include Get Ready, Hitsville USA: The Motown Singles Collection , and Ma.
  6. Rare Earth's Motown debut is as well-oiled as a new V-8, and so are its liner notes: "In this age of ego-tripping freak bands, Rare Earth has stood pretty much alone. Each cat stands handsomely tall as if from a fashion rack at Carnaby.6/
  7. Where: Rare Earth put their album together quickly in the Motown studio on West Grand Boulevard, recording from 2am to 8am for five nights in June In addition to “Get Ready,” they cut versions of Traffic’s “Feelin’ Alright” and of “Tobacco Road,” a John D, Loudermilk number which originally began life as a country tune.

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