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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Little Beaver - We Three / Listen To My Heartbeat at Discogs. Complete your Little Beaver collection/5(44).
  2. Sep 24,  · Little Beaver - We Three Pubblicato William Hale Nato: 15 agosto , Forrest City, Arkansas.
  3. Feb 11,  · We Three · Little Beaver When Was The Last Time ℗ Rhino Entertainment, a Warner Music Group Company Composer: Ferguson Writer: G. Perry Composer: Hale Composer: Perry Writer: handfertiodentmildeabacimissveerocbu.coinfoon.
  4. The recording artist from Miami known as Little Beaver (real name: Willie Hale) is best known for two songs; the hit "Party Down" and "I Can Dig It Baby", a tune that featured Jaco Pastorius on bass. This album didn't have any big hits on it, but it's nevertheless a solid set of sweet soul, highlighted by Little Beaver's tasty guitar licks /5(5).
  5. Born William Hale on August 15, , in Forrest City, AR, Little Beaver moved to Florida when he was a teenager. After recording for other labels, he recorded sides for the Cat label, an imprint of Henry Stone's TK Records of Hialeah, FL. His first charting singles were "Joey" and "Wish I Had a Girl Like You" b/w "Six Foot Hole.".
  6. Shop Little Beaver's Listen to my heartbeat / we three 7inch (SP) for sale by recordsbymail at € on CDandLP - Ref
  7. LITTLE BEAVER Vinyl Records and CDs: Born: August 15, , Forrest City, Arkansas. Little Beaver Discography Price Guide Recently Listed Email Alerts.
  8. Feb 10,  · Three Little Beavers was inspired by her interest in urban wildlife conflicts with happy endings. Review Also included is a four page section titled For Creative Minds which is filled with intriguing facts about beavers, their habitat and ecological impact on the handfertiodentmildeabacimissveerocbu.coinfos: 4.
  9. Great Collection of Little Beaver songs. My only qualm is some tracks tend to get a little repetitive and a little discoey at times. Party Down Pt. 1 is a killer soul funk song that needs to be heard. Pt. 2 is bascially the same while the lead guitar is to faint (I would've suggested a horn)/5(11).

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