Category: Classic Rock

There But For Fortune - The Spokesmen - The Dawn Of Correction (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The Spokesmen Miscellaneous The Dawn Of Correction The Dawn of Correction The Spokesmen - written by Raymond J. Gilmore, John Madara and David White (The Spokesmen) - David White was formerly with Danny & The Juniors - as recorded by The Spokesmen (released September 18, ) - entered the Billboard Top 40 the week of October 9, and.
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  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of The Dawn Of Correction on Discogs. Label: Decca - DL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Mono • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Folk Rock.
  4. Saturday, October 30, unswick artist Robert W. Daley has painted this picture of the Buskirk covered bridge which spans the Hoosic River carrying County Highway 12 to Cambridge. The sole.
  5. The Dawn of Correction () Down in the Boondocks Better Days are Yet to Come () There But for Fortune For You Babe () It Ain't Me Babe 12 tracks, total; this is a straight copy of the vinyl Lp release, formerly Decca DL mono/DL stereo. Playback: all /5(5).
  6. Their modest success did, however, earn them an album titled, of course, The Dawn Of Correction (Decca DL) which emerged late in containing the same tracks and cover you get here in this release from CD Baby.
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  8. Their modest success did, however, earn them an album titled, of course, The Dawn Of Correction (Decca DL) which emerged late in containing the same tracks and cover you get here in this release from CD Baby/5(5).
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