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The Sandpipers Guantanamera UK Vinyl LP

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THE SANDPIPERS Guantanamera (1968 UK 11-track stereo LP, including a version of the Lennon-McCartney number Things We Said Today, front laminated picture sleeve. The sleeve shows minimal wear & the vinyl looks barely played AMLB1004)

TRACKLISTING AND EXTRA INFORMATION
Guantanamera
Strangers In The Night
Carmen
Cast Your Fate To The Wind
La Bamba
La Mer
Louie Louie
Things We Said Today
Enamorado
What Makes You Dream Pretty Girl
Stasera Gli Angeli Non Volano

Artist - The Sandpipers (click link for complete listing)
Title - Guantanamera (click link for more of the same title)
Year of Release - 1968
Format - vinyl LP album (LP record)
Record Label - A&M
Catalogue No - AMLB1004 (click link for more)
Country of Origin - United Kingdom (UK)
Language - Regardless of country of origin all tracks are sung in English, unless otherwise stated in our description.
Additional info - Deleted, Picture Sleeve
Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) - 5052795200719
Condition - This item is in Excellent condition or better (unless it says otherwise in the above description). We buy items as close to Mint condition as possible and many will be unplayed and as close to new as you could hope to find. Irrespective of the source, all of our collectables meet our strict grading and are 100% guaranteed. Click here for more info.
RareVinyl.com Ref No - SDPLPGU492128

GENRES
60s Pop.

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