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Cootie Williams And His Orchestra - When Me Baby Left Me / Echoes Of Harlem Album

Cootie Williams And His Orchestra - When Me Baby Left Me / Echoes Of Harlem Album
Performer:
Cootie Williams And His Orchestra
Album:
When Me Baby Left Me / Echoes Of Harlem
Country:
Germany
Label:
Telefunken Capitol
Catalog:
C 80006
FLAC size:
1696 mb
MP3 size:
1514 mb
WMA size:
2949 mb


Tracklist


1When Me Baby Left Me
Vocals – Eddie Vinson
2Echoes Of Harlem
Trumpet [Solo] – Cootie Williams


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
266Cootie Williams And His Orchestra When My Baby Left Me / Echoes Of Harlem ‎(Shellac, 10")Capitol Records266US1946
C 80006Cootie Williams And His Orchestra When Me Baby Left Me / Echoes Of Harlem ‎(Shellac, 10")Telefunken CapitolC 80006GermanyUnknown
A 266-401Cootie Williams And His Orchestra When Me Baby Left Me / Echoes Of Harlem ‎(Shellac, 10")Telefunken CapitolA 266-401FranceUnknown
C 80006Cootie Williams Und Sein Orchester When Me Baby Left Me / Echoes Of Harlem ‎(Shellac, 10")Telefunken CapitolC 80006GermanyUnknown


Album


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