Jimmy Velvet Five, The - Good Good Lovin' / Heart Breakin' Misery flac album
Title: Good Good Lovin' / Heart Breakin' Misery
MP3 album: 1235 mb
FLAC album: 1311 mb
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Genre: Rock / Pop
Heart Breakin' Misery. 67 119. The Jimmy Velvet Five. Good, Good Lovin' (7", Single). United Artists Records. Good, Good Lovin' (7", Promo).
Performer: The Jimmy Velvet Five. Album: Good, Good Lovin'. The Jimmy Velvet Five - Good, Good Lovin' MP3 version. B. Heart Breakin' Misery. Producer – Jimmy Velvet.
Heart Breakin' Misery. Not For Sale Promotion Copy" on label. PLUG SIDE" on A side. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
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