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VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – The Game of Life (1984)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – The Game of Life (1984)

  The Kingsmen – The Game of Life (1984) We’ve reached a milestone this week, as we’ve come to the…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – Live at the University of Alabama (1983)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – Live at the University of Alabama (1983)

With 3 major live albums under their belt (4 if you count “Give the World a Smile” with Grady Nutt),…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – Your Ride’s on the Way (1982)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – Your Ride’s on the Way (1982)

Just as some of their previous studio albums had lived in the shadow of their “live” predecessors, I think the…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW : The Kingsmen – Live…Naturally (1981)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW : The Kingsmen – Live…Naturally (1981)

The Kingsmen – Live…Naturally (1981) Every time the Kingsmen stepped on stage to record a live album, it was historic…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW:The Kingsmen – Better in Person (1985)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW:The Kingsmen – Better in Person (1985)

The Kingsmen – Better in Person (1985) I’ve always felt that “Better in Person” was a unique live album for…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – Ring the Bells of Freedom (1980)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – Ring the Bells of Freedom (1980)

The Kingsmen – Ring the Bells of Freedom (1980) The year leading up to the release of the Kingsmen’s 1980…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – From Out of the Past (1979)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – From Out of the Past (1979)

The Kingsmen – From Out of the Past (1979) One of the most unique and versatile albums in the Kingsmen’s…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – The Upper Window (1978)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – The Upper Window (1978)

Much like how the Kingsmen’s 1974 album, “1686 Pounds of Gospel”, lived in the shadow of “Big & Live”, I…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – Chattanooga Live (1977)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW: The Kingsmen – Chattanooga Live (1977)

I am exceptionally excited about this week’s article, as “Chattanooga Live” is the album that introduced me to the music…
VINYL RECORD REVIEW:The Kingsmen – Just a Little Closer Home (1977)
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VINYL RECORD REVIEW:The Kingsmen – Just a Little Closer Home (1977)

The year 1977 would usher in a whole new era for the Kingsmen.  Jim Hamill had returned by December 1976…
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