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Unknown Artist - Strip Along With Us album flac

  • Performer: Unknown Artist
  • Album: Strip Along With Us
  • FLAC: 1176 mb | MP3: 1214 mb
  • Released: 1962
  • Country: US
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Unknown Artist - Strip Along With Us album flac

Tracklist

A1 A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody
A2 Misty
A3 Sophisticated Lady
A4 Blues In The Night
A5 Night Train
B1 Harlem Nocturne
B2 Temptation
B3 Basin Street Blues
B4 My Heart Belongs To Daddy
B5 Mood Indigo

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Jaysina Sound Studios

Credits

  • Engineer – Morty Jay , Sandy Sina

Notes

Authentic Strip Music for the Discriminating Stripper.

It was recorded on 350 and 350-2 Ampex Tape Records, using Telefunken U-47 and U-48 Microphones.

The cover photo was used with permission of one of the country's foremost performers, Miss Libby Jones, The Park Avenue Playgirl.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SL 1072 Unknown Artist Strip Along With Us ‎(LP, Album, Mono) Strand Records SL 1072 US 1962


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Authentic Strip Music for the Discriminating Stripper. It was recorded on 350 and 350-2 Ampex Tape Records, using Telefunken U-47 and U-48 Microphones. The cover photo was used with permission of one of the country's foremost performers, Miss Libby Jones, The Park Avenue Playgirl. のバージョン (2件中2件目) 全て見る. Outras versões (2 de 2) Ver tudo. Strip Along With Us ‎(LP, Album). Strand Records (2). SLS 1072.

Sleeve variation with STEREOPHONIC, the Strand logo, and catalog number at the top of the album. Label variation with STEREO on the right side of the label and numbers preceding the track listing. Authentic Strip Music for the Discriminating Stripper. Altre versioni (2 di 2) Visualizza tutto.

Você selecionou: Pesquisa: Unknown Artist - Strip Along With Us. Moeda. US$ 13,95 + US$ 13,50 enviocerca de € 24,16 total. Alfred Deller, The Deller Consort - The English Madrigal School, The Bach Guild (2xCD, Album, Mono). Selo:Vanguard Classics, The Bach Guild Cat. nº: OVC 2533/34. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Very Good (VG) Condição da Capa: Capa: Good (G). Two VG CDs with VG booklet in jewel case that has chipped off narrow strip along upper front edge - - - L. Ver pág. da edição.

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