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Bud Webb And The Outriders Featuring Sharon Leask - One Ounce At A Time album

Bud Webb And The Outriders Featuring Sharon Leask - One Ounce At A Time album Performer: Bud Webb And The Outriders Featuring Sharon Leask
Title: One Ounce At A Time
Style: Country
Date of release: 1968
Size MP3: 1456 mb
Size FLAC: 1526 mb
Rating: 4.9

Bud Webb And The Outriders Featuring Sharon Leask. One Ounce At A Time ‎(7", Single). Aragon Records (2). A. 08. Budd Webb And The Outriders Featuring Sharon Leask ‎(LP). ASL-203.

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A1 One Ounce At A Time 1:50
B1 Workin' On The Levee 2:05