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Devastating Affair, The - That's How It Was (Right From The Start) Album

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Performer: Devastating Affair, The
Title: That's How It Was (Right From The Start)
Country: US
Released: 1973
Style: Soul
Category: Soul - Funk
Rating: 4.2
Catalog #: M 1263F
Label: Motown


1That's How It Was (Right From The Start)
Arranged By – James CarmichaelWritten-By – A. Porter, G. Wright, H. Johnson, K. Patterson
2That's How It Was (Right From The Start)3:32


  • ProducerDevastating Affair, The (tracks: A)


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