Gentleman Jesse & His Men - You've Got The Wrong Man album download
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- Lacquer Cut At – Lucky Lacquers
- Pressed By – United Record Pressing
- Written-By – Jesse Smith
NotesGreen Edition of 250
Transparent green vinyl.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, hand-etched): HZR-079 A Ⓤ
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, hand-etched): HZR-079 B Ⓤ
- Matrix / Runout (Sides A & B runout, machine-etched): ????????????????????
|HZR-079||Gentleman Jesse And His Men*||You've Got The Wrong Man (7")||HoZac Records||HZR-079||US||2010|
|HZR-079||Gentleman Jesse & His Men||You've Got The Wrong Man (7", Blu)||HoZac Records||HZR-079||US||2010|
|HZR-079||Gentleman Jesse & His Men||You've Got The Wrong Man (7", Single, Ltd, Red)||HoZac Records||HZR-079||US||2010|
|HZR-079||Gentleman Jesse & His Men||You've Got The Wrong Man (7", Ltd, Gol)||HoZac Records||HZR-079||US||2010|
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You Got Me Where You Want Me. B5. Wrong Time. B6. If I Can See You (You're Too Close To Me).
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Gentleman Jesse And His Men Put Your Hands Together. Gentleman Jesse and His Men You Don't Have To (If You Don't Want To). 03:39.
The Wrong Man is a 1956 American docudrama film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Henry Fonda and Vera Miles. The film was drawn from the true story of an innocent man charged with a crime, as described in the book The True Story of Christopher Emmanuel Balestrero by Maxwell Anderson and in the magazine article "A Case of Identity" (Life magazine, June 29, 1953) by Herbert Brean. It is one of the few Hitchcock films based on a true story and whose plot closely follows the real-life events.
Woman, man, dog – if a gentleman spots any living being struggling with something heavy he immediately offers assistance. If you suspect later it may have been a body, best to call the appropriate authorities. 5. A gentleman always RSVPs. Arrogant: Simon Cowell when his contestant gets through to the final and he can barely contain his self-satisfied grin. Confidence: James Bond at his best, strong and admirable (minus any of the questionable 1960s sleaziness. 7. A gentleman is open-minded. Sharp wit can win any augment, but an intelligent gentleman knows the benefit of listening to other’s views and being prepared to learn and develop his world view – be this on olives (always delicious) or unchecked market deregulation (sketchy at best). 8. A gentleman constantly proves that chivalry is not dead.