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La La Means I Love You - L.A. Boppers - La La Means I Love You (Vinyl)

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  1. L.A. Boppers: La La Means I Love You 12" L.A. Boppers (Artist) Format: Vinyl. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. 1 Used from £ Available from these sellers. 1 used from £ Buy a CD or Vinyl record and get 90 days free Amazon Music Unlimited With the purchase of a CD or Vinyl record dispatched from and.
  2. L.A. BOPPERS Vinyl Records and CDs: The L.A. Boppers started out as a backing band for and was originally called "The Be-Bop Band"., leader of, was able to get the first record deal with in Members of the band: Ed Reddick - Bass, Vocals Robert Griffin - Drums, Vocals Ed Luna - Guitar, Vocals Vance Tenort - Percussion, Vocals Kevin.
  3. A final Mercury album Bop Time () featured an update of the Delfonic’s “La, La Means I Love You.” Their final album on MCA Records titled “Make Mine Bop” was released in and featured the singles: “Where Do the Bops Go”/”Well Deserved Rest,” and “How Strong Love Can Be”/”Dog House.”.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about L.A. Boppers - La La Means I Love You at Discogs. Complete your L.A. Boppers collection/5(7).
  5. I love L.A. (We love it) I love L.A. (We love it) Look at that mountain Look at those trees Look at that bum over there, man He's down on his knees Look at these women There ain't nothin' like em nowhere Century Boulevard (We love it) Victory Boulevard (We love it) Santa Monica Boulevard (We love it) Sixth Street (We love it, we love it) We.
  6. • The Delfonics • La-La Means I Love You: • The Delfonics • La-La Means I Love You: • L.A. Boppers • La La Means I Love You: • Tierra • La La Means I Love You: • Swing Out Sister • La La (Means I Love You).
  7. Third records of L.A Boppers. Probably the best one. Same recipies: Funk + BeBop. Guess what? The FUNKY THUMBS is back! "La La Means I Love You" Supernatural Bass Line mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo "You're N°1" What the Groove is going on? mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo "Dreamer" Supernatural Bass Line mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo "Give Me Some" Crazy Tune mezishakarhuginisdaikasa.xyzinfo "Where Did You Go" Jazzy.
  8. The L.A. Boppers started out as a backing band for Side Effect and was originally called "The Be-Bop Band". Augie Johnson, leader of Side Effect, was able to get the first record deal with Fantasy Records in Members of the band: Ed Reddick - Bass, Vocals Robert Griffin - Drums, Vocals.
  9. A final Mercury album Bop Time () featured an update of the Delfonic’s “La, La Means I Love You.” Their final album on MCA Records titled “Make Mine Bop†was released in and featured the singles: “Where Do the Bops Go”/”Well Deserved Rest,” and “How Strong Love Can Be”/”Dog House.”.

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