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Allman Brothers / Win Lose Or Draw c/o LP vg 1975

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Used collectible 33 1/3 rpm record album, US pressing: Artist: Allman Brothers Title: Win, Lose Or Draw Label: Capricorn Records Number: CP 0156 Year: 1975 Format: Stereo LP Cover: vg; gatefold, sawmark, water staining Inner Sleeve: original Capricorn Record: vg; enjoyable listen, but a little more noise than you'd expect from a vg Tracks (click to listen): Can't Lose What You Never Had Just Another Love Song Nevertheless Win, Lose Or Draw Louisiana Lou And Three Card Monty John High Falls Sweet Mama

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Category:

Records

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Condition:

Used

UPC:

Does not apply

Speed:

33RPM

Record Size:

12"

Duration:

LP

Record Grading:

Very Good (VG)

Sleeve Grading:

Very Good (VG)

Record Label:

Capricorn

Release Year:

1975

Country/Region of Manufacture:

United States

Genre:

Rock

Artist:

Allman Brothers

MPN:

CP 0156

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More than a week ago

Item number:

520650348

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