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The Staples Singers - Gambling Man / Use What You Got FLAC

The Staples Singers - Gambling Man / Use What You Got FLAC
Performer:
The Staples Singers
Album:
Gambling Man / Use What You Got
Style:
Soul
Country:
US
Label:
Riverside Records
Catalog:
R-4531
FLAC size:
2199 mb
MP3 size:
1481 mb
WMA size:
1185 mb


Tracklist


1Gambling Man2:39
2Use What You Got2:16


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
R-4531The Staples Singers Gambling Man / Use What You Got ‎(7", Single)Riverside RecordsR-4531US1962


Album


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