Producer – G. Murphy. DJ/organ cuts to the tennors' 'the world is a stage'.
Hugh Roy - Double Attack.
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In David's video, you learn how to attack two THINGS. one is a piece, one is an empty square. An empty square? Well, yes. But maybe that empty square is where you need to be to make checkmate. In New York, and in other places too, we call this a double attack. One piece attacks two things. So, let's think about this. How can white threaten a hanging piece and threaten checkmate all in the same move? 8. 7. 6.
A –Delroy "Crutches" Jones Double Attack. Producer – G. Label doesn't have any information about artist or the tracks.
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|A||–Hugh Roy*||Double Attack|
- Producer – G. Murphy*
NotesDJ/organ cuts to the Tennors' 1968 'The (World Is A) Stage' (The Tenors* - Copy Me Donkey / The Stage).
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Performer: Hugh Roy
Title: Double Attack / Puzzle
Date of release: 1970
Size MP3: 1845 mb
Size FLAC: 1834 mb
Rating: 4.7 / 5
Other Formats: AA VOX AUD MMF DMF VOC AC3