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tml 11063 dinna ross and the supremes - tml 11063

£9.99

Product description

Dianna ross and the Supremes greatest hits- Dianna ross and the Supremes
A1. stop! in the name of love
A2. nothing but heart
A3. when the lovelight starts shining thru his eyes
A4. my world is empty without u
A5. where did our love go
A6. love is like an itching in my heart
A7. come see about me
A8. i hear a symphony
B1. reflections
B2. back in my arms again
B3. you keep me hanging on
B4. whisper you love me boy
B5. the happening
B6. love is here and now your gone
B7. you cant hurry love
B8. baby love

this record is in very good condition side 1 is in grate condition and side 2 ins in good condition with a few scratches. the blue sleeve has wear around the edges. this is the 1968 uk release
records graded visually to rrpg grades record EX sleeve EX. we recommend the record is cleaned professionally to maximise sound quality

Item details

Band/artist(s):
dinna ross and the supremes
Catalogue number:
tml 11063
Condition:
Good
Genre:
Soul & R&B
Label:
tamla motown
Sleeve condition:
Good
Tracks:
16

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About this item

Dianna ross and the Supremes greatest hits- Dianna ross and the Supremes
A1. stop! in the name of love
A2. nothing but heart
A3. when the lovelight starts shining thru his eyes
A4. my world is empty without u
A5. where did our love go
A6. love is like an itching in my heart
A7. come see about me
A8. i hear a symphony
B1. reflections
B2. back in my arms again
B3. you keep me hanging on
B4. whisper you love me boy
B5. the happening
B6. love is here and now your gone
B7. you cant hurry love
B8. baby love

this record is in very good condition side 1 is in grate condition and side 2 ins in good condition with a few scratches. the blue sleeve has wear around the edges. this is the 1968 uk release
records graded visually to rrpg grades record EX sleeve EX. we recommend the record is cleaned professionally to maximise sound quality

Band/artist(s):
dinna ross and the supremes
Catalogue number:
tml 11063
Condition:
Good
Genre:
Soul & R&B
Label:
tamla motown
Sleeve condition:
Good
Tracks:
16

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