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Interprete:
Ginger Baker's Air Force
Album:
Man Of Constant Sorrow
Stile:
Prog Rock
Rilasciato:
1970
Paese:
New Zealand
Etichetta:
Polydor
Catalogo:
2058015
Dimensione FLAC:
1139 mb
Dimensione MP3:
1919 mb
Dimensione WMA:
2921 mb


Tracklist


1Doin' It
2Man Of Constant Sorrow


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
2058015, 2058 015Ginger Baker's Air Force Man Of Constant Sorrow ‎(7", Single)Polydor, Polydor2058015, 2058 015Germany1970
45-6750Ginger Baker's Air Force Man Of Constant Sorrow / Doin' It ‎(7")ATCO Records45-6750US1970
2058 015Ginger Baker's Air Force Man Of Constant Sorrow / Doin' It ‎(7")Polydor2058 015Canada1970
2058015, 2058 015Ginger Baker's Air Force Man Of Costant Sorrow / Doin' It ‎(7")Polydor, Polydor2058015, 2058 015Italy1970
45-6750Ginger Baker's Air Force Man Of Constant Sorrow ‎(7", Single, Mono, Promo)ATCO Records45-6750USUnknown


Crediti


  • Arranged ByDenny Laine, Ginger Baker
  • ProducerJimmy Miller
  • Written By – Traditional


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Album


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