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Eddie Wilcox And His Orchestra - A Touch Of The Blues-Part I/Part II album

Eddie Wilcox And His Orchestra - A Touch Of The Blues-Part I/Part II album
Performer: Eddie Wilcox And His Orchestra
Title: A Touch Of The Blues-Part I/Part II
Country: US
Genre: Blues
Released: 1950
MP3 album szie: 1617 mb
FLAC album size: 1264 mb

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Tracklist

A Touch Of The Blues-Part I
A Touch Of The Blues-Part II

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
50-0049 Eddie Wilcox And His Orchestra* A Touch Of The Blues-Part I/Part II ‎(7", Single, Ora) RCA Victor 50-0049 US 1950
22-0064 Eddie Wilcox And His Orchestra* A Touch Of The Blues - Part I / Part II ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor 22-0064 US 1950