Jess Conrad - Why Am I Living / This Pullover flac
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|45-F.11348||Jess Conrad||Why Am I Living (7", Mono)||Decca||45-F.11348||UK||1961|
Mid 1970's reissue of Decca F.11348. No A- or B-sides stated on the label. Decca logo in square box rather than the rounded logo used on the original release.
States on the label that "Why Am I Living" appeared in the film "Rag Doll". Came housed in a 1970's generic die-cut Decca paper sleeve.
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