Cabeza Arriba! (Heads Up!) - Baja Marimba Band - Heads Up! (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  1. Baja Marimba Band "Heads Ups" A&M Records (JACKET# A&M / SP) Pitman Pressing. Record/Vinyl: Very Good (VG); numerous but light surface scuffs, nice shine, dusty and needs to be cleaned, labels have spindle marks and wear around the spindle-hole Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. BAJA MARIMBA BAND lot of 3 LPs BOTH VG+ A&M latin jazz Heads Up Back more. Condition is Used. Shipped with USPS Media Mail. Hello! I am an honest seller. I test all my records and I strive for % satisfaction so if you would like to reach out and ask any questions, please feel free! NOTE: I am not a professional grader. All grades are best date: Mar 22,
  3. The Baja Marimba Band was a musical group led by marimba player Julius by producer Herb Alpert after his own Tijuana Brass, [1] the Baja Marimba Band outlasted the Tijuana Brass by several years in part due to TV producer Chuck Barris, who included the group's music on his game shows in the s.. Contents. History; Origin; Formation; Decline and reunions.
  4. this is a vinyl record album by the baja marimba band called "heads up!", & it's on the a&m label #sp in stereo & came out in IT HAS A PHOTO OF THE GROUP WITH A SEMI-NUDE BLONDE SMOKING A CIGAR ON THE LEFT SIDE OF THE FRONT COVER!/5(4).
  5. Heads Up!, an Album by Baja Marimba Band. Released in on A&M (catalog no. LP ; Vinyl LP).
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  7. Baja Marimba Band ‎– Heads Up! Label: A&M Records ‎– SP, A&M Records ‎– SP , A&M Records ‎– A&M SP , A&M Records ‎– A&M /5(7).
  8. Band Of The Grenadier Guards - March In Review - Stirring U.S. Service Marches: Anchors Away, Semper Paratus, She Wore A Yellow Ribbon, Wild Blue Yonder, others (vinyl STEREO LP record, gate-fold cover) - NM9/NM9 - LP Records.
  9. Albums such as Heads Up!, one of at least a dozen by various versions of the Baja Marimba Band, demonstrate that things could have been even livelier if the performers hadn't wimped out so much. The Baja Marimba Band, led by a marimba player, arranger, and composer named Julius Wechter, started out as a spinoff of Alpert's acclaimed Tijuana Baja Marimba Band.

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