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Frank DeRosa And His De-Men - Irish Rock / Big Guitar album flac

  • Performer: Frank DeRosa And His De-Men
  • Album: Irish Rock / Big Guitar
  • FLAC: 1767 mb | MP3: 1797 mb
  • Released: 1958
  • Country: US
  • Rating: 4.8/5
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Frank DeRosa And His De-Men - Irish Rock / Big Guitar album flac

Tracklist

Irish Rock
Big Guitar

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
K-25 Frank DeRosa And His De-Men* Irish Rock / Big Guitar ‎(7") Ken Recording Company K-25 US 1958
45-15696 Frank De Rosa And His D Men* Irish Rock / Big Guitar ‎(7") Dot Records 45-15696 US 1958
15696 Frank De Rosa* Irish Rock / Big Guitar ‎(Shellac, 10", Single) Dot Records 15696 Canada 1958


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