Smokie: BRAVO Präsentiert Smokie, LP (Vinyl)
Smokie: BRAVO Präsentiert Smokie, LP (Vinyl)
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Smokie
BRAVO Präsentiert Smokie

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
  • Rak
  • (1C 038-98 457)
  • EMI Electrola GmbH
  • (1C 038-98 457)
  • 14 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • minor hairline marks on vinyl, minor shelf wear on sleeve

tracks

A1

If You Think You Know How To Love Me

Written By
3:27
A2

Stranger

Written By
4:40
A3

Changing All The Time

Written By
3:24
A4

Little Lucy

Written By
3:44
A5

We're Flying High

Written By
3:55
A6

Oh Well, Oh Well

Written By
3:16
A7

Something's Been Making Me Blue

Written By
2:59
B1

Wild Wild Angels

Written By
3:55
B2

It's Natural

Written By
2:40
B3

Daydreamin'

Written By
2:15
B4

Back To Bradford

Written By
2:43
B5

Pass It Around

Written By
3:06
B6

It Makes Me Money

Written By
2:55
B7

Going Home

Written By
7:32

Credits

Design
  • Kochlowski
Photography By
  • RAK
Producer
  • Chinn And Chapman

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