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Various - Oh What A Year! 1967 MP3
Various - Oh What A Year! 1967 MP3
Performer: Various
Title: Oh What A Year! 1967
Label: K-Box Records
Country: Netherlands
Released: 1992
Cat: K-BOX 503C
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2931 mb | MP3 size: 2481 mb | WMA size: 1579 mb

1Aretha FranklinChain Of Fools2:43
2The FoundationsBaby Now That I Found You2:36
3The TurtlesHappy Together2:51
4Otis ReddingShake2:37
5John Fred & His Playboy BandJudy In Disguise (With Glasses)2:53
6Aretha FranklinRespect2:25
7The TremeloesSilence Is Golden3:11
8Petula ClarkThis Is My Song3:31
9Box TopsThe Letter1:53
10Gene PitneySomething's Gotten Hold Of My Heart3:29
11Herman's HermitsNo Milk Today2:49
12Bee GeesSpicks & Specks2:49
13Sam & DaveSoul Man2:54
14Small FacesItchycoo Park2:48
15The Spencer Davis GroupI'm A Man3:38


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