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Dr. Albert Fann And The Higher Minds - The Ballad Of Derrick Gordon album flac

  • Performer: Dr. Albert Fann
  • Album: The Ballad Of Derrick Gordon
  • FLAC: 1522 mb | MP3: 1687 mb
  • Released: 1983
  • Country: US
  • Style: Funk
  • Rating: 4.8/5
  • Votes: 404
  • Format: AHX DXD MP2 MMF MPC ASF MIDI
Dr. Albert Fann And The Higher Minds - The Ballad Of Derrick Gordon album flac

Tracklist

The Ballad Of Derrick Gordon 8:28
Never Say Die 7:59

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
MR12-2001 Dr. Albert Fann* And The Higher Minds Dr. Albert Fann* And The Higher Minds - The Ballad Of Derrick Gordon ‎(12") Mind Records MR12-2001 US 1983
MR12-2001 Dr. Albert Fann* And The Higher Minds Dr. Albert Fann* And The Higher Minds - The Ballad Of Derrick Gordon ‎(12") Mind Records MR12-2001 US 1983


Haven't seen too many videos with a good quality version of this song, so I thought I'd put together a video with lyrics

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Issue with label variations on B-Side (more infos) : -Title on this issue is "Never EVER Say Die" ("Never Say Die" on the other one) -"Miracles In Mind (ASCOT)" is mentionned below the band's name (Not mentionned on the other issue). Other Versions (1 of 1) View All.

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Hystana
I have a sealed copy of this, can anyone help me distinguish which version without having to open?Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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all i gotta say is LOL
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