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  1. The Blue Jays featuring Leon Peels Lovers Island LP VG++. $ Free shipping. Picture Information. Opens image gallery. Image not available. Mouse over to Zoom-Click to enlarge R&B & Soul LP Vinyl Records, R&B, Jazz & Blues Tickets, Stihl Seller Rating: % positive.
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  3. The Blue Jays, featuring Leon Peels, Had a Billboard chart hit in , that peaked at number If you were in Los Angeles, it was irrelevant because the song was played more than that number would indicate, and it reached much higher on many local charts anyway.
  4. Options for first base. The Blue Jays also are continuing to search for ways to improve defensively around the diamond. Veteran first baseman Justin Smoak hit the free-agent market, and questions remain surrounding the future of year-old rookie Rowdy Tellez at first base, Atkins stressed just how valuable defense can be on the right side of the diamond.
  5. One of the loudest and most colorful birds of eastern back yards and woodlots, the Blue Jay is unmistakable. Intelligent and adaptable, it may feed on almost anything, and it is quick to take advantage of bird feeders. Besides their raucous jay! jay! calls, Blue Jays make a variety of musical sounds, and they can do a remarkable imitation of the scream of a Red-shouldered Hawk.
  6. The Blue Jays released their first single also in entitled “Lovers Island,” penned by Peels and Manigo. Some consider this song to be one of the last true doo-wop songs, but in retrospect, you could see more than just a semblance of soul in Peels’ singing, carried out in a gospel style.
  7. The Blue Jays’ first record, ‘Lovers Island’ (number 31 in the US pop chart) in , was at the time considered to be one of the last gasps of doo-wop, yet in retrospect, one can hear the first glimmerings of soul in Peels’ gospel-edged vocals. Peculiarly, the song only made the local R&B charts.
  8. Comment: Title: Blue Jays LP Gat, Publisher: Threshold, Binding: Vinyl, This item is a vinyl record and has been visually graded. G, some scuffs/hairlines on surface (n.b. visual grading offered). Sleeve has ring/edge wear, corner creasing, split seams, printed insert included, G. THS 12 Sleeve Condition:GOOD Check our feedback, all vinyls quality controlled and dispatched within 24 hours of /5().

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