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HECTOR RIVERA

 
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Hector Rivera
URODZONY
Nowy Jork, Nowy Jork, USA, 6 Stycznia 1933
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ID WYKONAWCY
2257
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ALBUMY

Lo Maximo - Hector Rivera Lo Maximo 1974   CD  
At The Party...Plus - Hector Rivera At The Party...Plus 1966   CD  

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OeVDgx5g [2013-10-05] Great interview. Looking forwrad to Part 2. Any plans to do same with CCM? As nice as the Bauer's are, they just don't fit my feet. Would like to hear CCM talk about the same process they went through with their current U+ line.Thanks.
TCS91VkU [2013-10-05] John, you've nailed the death march. I'm so rieelved it wasn`t just my family.I try to uphold the tradition. The kids will appreciate it in later life when it becomed time for them to tortute their own kids. http: //dqwyecsefv. com [url=http: //vdskdcis. com]vdskdcis[/url] [link=http: //rxgyolyst. [spam!]
USJFw3pdbEmZ [2013-10-03] The 'death march' brings back mmoreies of my family holidays. On the way from the train station to the museum it was always a slow and silent trudge. I don't believe that anyone in the family actually wanted to go but it was what mum and dad thought we should do.On the way from the museum to the train station it was always a mad sprint to catch the last fast train. Dad would run up ahead shouting 'Faster, faster!' Invariably he'd jump on the train just as the whistle blew. But looking over his shoulder he'd grudgingly step off, seeing the rest of us still a good half mile behind. He was never happy when we caught up with him.But do I still carry the baggage of these childhood traumas? Of course not. But I often tire of explaining to my wife how waiting for two hours is much, much better than breaking into anything greater than a brisk walk to catch the next train.Top stuff, Ron!
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