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Enoch Light / Dottie Evans & Judy Johnson With The The Monarchs - March From The River Kwai / Sugartime Album

Enoch Light / Dottie Evans & Judy Johnson With The The Monarchs - March From The River Kwai / Sugartime Album
Title:
March From The River Kwai / Sugartime
Performer:
Enoch Light / Dottie Evans & Judy Johnson With The The Monarchs
Style:
Vocal
Released:
1958
Catalog:
WR. 1
Country:
Italy
MP3 album size:
1619 mb
FLAC album size:
2841 mb
Genre:
Label:
Waldorf Record Corp.

Tracklist


1March From The River Kwai
2Dottie Evans & Judy Johnson With The Monarchs Sugartime
3Enoch LightMedley
4Colonel Bogey


Notes


A side from the Columbia Picture " The Bridge On The River Kwai"


Barcodes


  • Rights Society: BIEM
  • Matrix / Runout: TH 16 A 5 5 58
  • Matrix / Runout: TH 16 B 5 5 58


Companies


  • Distributed By – Cetra


Album


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