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The Southern Echoes Of Washington, D.C. - I Know A Man / Search My Heart Album

The Southern Echoes Of Washington, D.C. - I Know A Man / Search My Heart Album

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Performer: The Southern Echoes Of Washington, D.C.
Title: I Know A Man / Search My Heart
Country: US
Style: Gospel
Category: Soul - Funk
Rating: 4.9
Catalog #: 524
Label: GRC

Tracklist

1I Know A Man
2Search My Heart


Notes

From c. 1964


Album

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