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Frederick Kinsley - Just An Ivy Covered Shack / When Day Is Done L'album des
Interprète: Frederick Kinsley
Titre: Just An Ivy Covered Shack / When Day Is Done
Label: Edison Records
Pays: US
Publié sur: Sep 1927
Cat: 52054
Classement: 4.4/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
taille FLAC: 1077 mb | taille MP3: 2673 mb | taille WMA: 1933 mb
Genre: Pop
Tracklist

1When Day Is Done
2Just An Ivy Covered Shack

Notes

Pipe organ solos

Entreprises

  • Record Company – Edison Laboratories

Album

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