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California Dreamin (Radio Mix) - Dream Warriors - California Dreamin (Vinyl)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of California Dreaming (Music From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) on Discogs.
  2. Dream Warriors was the brainchild of King Lou (Louis Robertson) and "Day in Day Out" and "California Dreamin'." But neither made any headway from the previous album, and got mixed reviews from the critics. "Dream Warriors" and "U Ready." Taking some time off to re-evaluate things, the duo came back in on ISBA/BMG Music with THE.
  3. California Dreamin' Lyrics: Artist: Dream Warriors / Album: Subliminal Simulation / Song: California Dreamin' / *all vocals by King Lu The Philosopher* / Baby used to be a California dream / Baby.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of California Dreamin' on Discogs.
  5. Oct 26,  · Song California Dreamin' Artist Dream Warriors; Licensed to YouTube by UMG (on behalf of EMI Music Canada); LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc., UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE EDITORAS.
  6. 'California Dreamin'' is just one of the great old classic rock songs of all time, in the top ten of them all, really. "Monday, Monday' is also a masterpiece. But a LOT of folks forget that they really liked the song 'Twelve-thirty'. Some will find it the premiere cut on the album/5(32).
  7. Dream Warriors – California Dreamin' Lyrics. All*vocals by King Lu The Philosopher [Chorus*]:Baby used to be a California dream Baby used to be a California dream Baby used to be a California dream But eventually everything becomes a dirt pit In a showroom frame I attract another hit If.
  8. California Dreamin'by AM Radio AM Radio plays all of the songs you grew up listening to. Even the ones you’ve forgotten. AM Radio gives us a glimpse into the years when our brains leapt with joy at the music that’s come to define us. Those years may have passed, but each time we hear the songs we loved, the joy they once brought us surges anew.

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