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Boss Combo - The Golden Rock And Roll Instrumentals flac album
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Boss Combo - The Golden Rock And Roll Instrumentals flac album

Performer:
Boss Combo
Album:
The Golden Rock And Roll Instrumentals
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MP3 archive size:
1350 mb
FLAC archive size:
1286 mb
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Rating:
4.8
Votes:
534

Tracklist

A1 Last Night
A2 Raunchy
A3 Apache
A4 Tequila
A5 Wheels
A6 Honky Tonk
B1 Walk Dont Run
B2 Sleep Walk
B3 Mexico
B4 The Happy Organ
B5 Last Date
B6 The Twist

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Coral Records

Notes

This is a true hi-fi stereophonic record.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CRL 757403 Boss Combo The Golden Rock And Roll Instrumentals ‎(LP) Coral CRL 757403 US 1962
CRL 57403 Boss Combo The Golden Rock And Roll Instrumentals ‎(LP) Coral CRL 57403 US 1962
SDL-10261-C "Boss" Combo* ゴールデン・ヤング・リズム Golden Young Rhythm ‎(LP, Album) Coral SDL-10261-C Japan Unknown
LVA 9205 Boss Combo The Golden Rock And Roll Instrumentals ‎(LP, Mono) Coral LVA 9205 UK 1962

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