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The A side of this new 45 from Colemine records can be described as sophisticated lounge-pop for dinnertime at a hip debutante ball in 1962. Featuring a track off of Durand Jones & The Indications third LP, "Too Many Tears" depicts a story of heartbreak, with Aaron Frazer's silky falsetto mournfully painting a scene of betrayal.

The B-side has become a theme for a whole new generation of sweet soul lovers. Featuring Y La Bomba, a latin indie alternative/experimental band led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Luz Elena Mendoza, this track is a homage to lowriders everywhere.

So we are proud to present this heater of a 45. Let's cruise....

The A side of this new 45 from Colemine records can be described as sophisticated lounge-pop for dinnertime at a hip debutante ball in 1962. Featuring a track off of Durand Jones & The Indications third LP, "Too Many Tears" depicts a story of heartbreak, with Aaron Frazer's silky falsetto mournfully painting a scene of betrayal.

The B-side has become a theme for a whole new generation of sweet soul lovers. Featuring Y La Bomba, a latin indie alternative/experimental band led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Luz Elena Mendoza, this track is a homage to lowriders everywhere.

So we are proud to present this heater of a 45. Let's cruise....

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Too Many Tears / Cruisin' to the Parque [Sea Glass Blue Vinyl Single]
Artist: Durand Jones & The Indications
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $9.98 $7.56 ON SALE
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DISC: 1

1. Too Many Tears
2. Cruisin' to the Parque

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The A side of this new 45 from Colemine records can be described as sophisticated lounge-pop for dinnertime at a hip debutante ball in 1962. Featuring a track off of Durand Jones & The Indications third LP, "Too Many Tears" depicts a story of heartbreak, with Aaron Frazer's silky falsetto mournfully painting a scene of betrayal.

The B-side has become a theme for a whole new generation of sweet soul lovers. Featuring Y La Bomba, a latin indie alternative/experimental band led by singer-songwriter and guitarist Luz Elena Mendoza, this track is a homage to lowriders everywhere.

So we are proud to present this heater of a 45. Let's cruise....

        
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