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Jimmy Coe & His Gay Cats Of Rhythm - After Hours Joint / Baby I'm Gone FLAC

Jimmy Coe & His Gay Cats Of Rhythm - After Hours Joint / Baby I'm Gone FLAC
Performer:
Jimmy Coe & His Gay Cats Of Rhythm
Album:
After Hours Joint / Baby I'm Gone
Style:
Rhythm & Blues
Released:
1953
Country:
US
Label:
States Record Company
Catalog:
S-118
FLAC size:
2377 mb
MP3 size:
2493 mb
WMA size:
2615 mb


Tracklist


1Baby I'm Gone2:25
2After Hours Joint2:55


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
S-118Jimmy Coe & His Gay Cats Of Rhythm After Hours Joint / Baby I'm Gone ‎(7")States Record CompanyS-118US1953
S-118Jimmy Coe And His Gay Cats Of Rhythm After Hours Joint / Baby I'm Gone ‎(7", Red)States Record CompanyS-118US1953
S-118Jimmy Coe & His Gay Cats Of Rhythm After Hour Joint / Baby I'm Gone ‎(Shellac, 10", Single, Mono)States Record CompanyS-118US1953


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Album


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