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8 thoughts on “ How Can I Tell Him About You - Buzz Martin - Solid Gold (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. "The Singing Logger," Buzz Martin was the poet laureate of the timber industry, exploring through song the trials and tribulations of the brave men who risk life and limb working the forests of the Pacific Northwest. He was born Lloyd Earl Martin in read more. top albums.
  2. Buzz Martin, Actor: Kraft Television Theatre. Buzz Martin was born on June 25, in the USA as Henri Martin. He is an actor, known for Kraft Theatre (), .
  3. The best result we found for your search is Buzz Martin age 80+ in Omaha, NE in the Mockingbird Hills neighborhood. Buzz is related to Kendell Albert Martin and Kendall L Martin as well as 1 additional person. Select this result to view Buzz Martin's phone number, address, and more.
  4. Jul 15,  · How can I get the vinyl to get down into the little dimples? I have been approached by a potential customer for this job and want to make sure that this will stick properly b4 giving the quote on this. Your expertise in this matter is greatly appreciated. Margaret. Cutting Edge.
  5. BUZZ MARTIN - Buzz Martin A Logger Finds An Opening; Rare! Ripcord Records SLP Stereo Vinyl Lp Record Album Vg++ - cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.coinfo Music.
  6. A Solid Gold Hit. Made from an upcycled vinyl LP that's finished in a dazzling gold hue and suspended between two pieces of glass in a floating frame, artist Jeff Davis's custom wall art is sure to top the charts at home. The lyrical words you compose for your two-tone label can commemorate a newborn solo act, a romantic duet, or your favorite golden oldies, along with up to five songs with.
  7. Jun 30,  · Lloyd Earl "Buzz" Martin was born of humble beginnings in a tent near Coon Holler, Oregon, in He turned his hard life of working in the lumber industry into a successful career as a country singer. His first album, "Where There Walks a Logger, There Walks a Man," debuted in He appeared on Johnny Cash's network show in
  8. If you can get your hands on the original LP, good for you, but if not there are several re-pressings that have garnered praise from critical fans in recent years. Whichever pressing you end up with you can be satisfied in knowing that you possess an album that helped define Americana. Ironically, it required a Canadian-born musician to do so.

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