Working In A Coal Mine - Various - 28 Ksel presents Hits Of The Super Gold Bowl

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  1. Fautaur
    "Working in the Coal Mine" is a song with music and lyrics by the American musician and record producer Allen Toussaint. It was an international hit for Lee Dorsey in , and has been recorded by other musicians including Devo in Format: 7".
  2. Mole
    Dec 16,  · 30 Days S3 E1 (HD) Odekolen Ikicitiri. Loading Unsubscribe from Odekolen Ikicitiri? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe Coal Mining in Appalachia.
  3. Samutilar
    Judith Shatin composes with digital, electroacoustic, multimedia and expanded acoustic technologies. Founder of the Virginia Center for Computer Music, she has created music from recordings of wooden looms (Penelope’s Song), all kinds of tape (Tape Music), of a sculptor at work (Tree Music), sounds of a working coal mine (COAL, a folk oratorio).
  4. Macage
    The last work done in a mine is called "pulling pillars". This is taking out the pillars of coal that, helped hold up the top. This work is extremely dangerous as the top comes down as soon as the coal is removed. Lots of men like pillar work because the coal loads easier due to the pressure of the mountain causing it to crumble and break.
  5. Nelmaran
    Jul 5, Explore dianalitteralku's board "Coal Mining", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Coal mining, Coal miners and West virginia.
  6. Doulkree
    Gases found in the Coal Mines. The danger from explosions is ever present in coal mines. Ignition of naturally occurring methane gas can be disastrous. This gas is known in the pits as firedamp, a mixture of methane. gas and air. Methane (CH4) is odorless, tasteless, colorless, and lighter. than air which means it is found near the roof of the mine.
  7. Bajas
    Jul 25,  · LEE DORSEY-WORKING IN THE COAL MINE: New Orleans belter LEE DORSEY's name may not ring a bell with everyone, but music fans will smile at the mention of sixties pop-soul hits like his irresistible YA YA (copped from a children's bathroom ditty), the frisky RIDE YOUR PONY and that sweat-soaked chant WORKING IN THE COAL MINE/5(9).

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