Dooley Silverspoon And Jeanne Burton - American Music (Made In The U.S.A.) album download
|A||American Music (Made In The U.S.A.) I & II||7:39|
|B||American Music (Made In The U.S.A.) I & II||7:39|
- Arranged By, Conductor, Producer – S.O.N.N.Y.*, Sound Of New New York*
- Written-By – Sonny Casella
Notes℗ 1976 Cotton Records · New York, New York 10019
Publisher- Springfield Music·ASCAP
N.B. Details of Artists appear on label as S.O.N.N.Y. (Sound Of New New York) featuring Dooley Silverspoon & Jeanne Burton,
and Production Credits appear as arranged, produced and conducted under the influence of S.O.N.N.Y.
This is a double sided pressing. The same track is on both sides, they both have the same run-out etchings..
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (etched identically both sides.): C - 6365 - DISCO JC/TM/SJC
|C6565||Dooley Silverspoon And Jeanne Burton*||Dooley Silverspoon And Jeanne Burton* - American Music (Made In The U.S.A.) (7", Single)||Cotton Records||C6565||US||1976|
|SEV 1017||Dooley Silverspoon And Geanne Burton*||Dooley Silverspoon And Geanne Burton* - American Music (7", Promo)||Seville Records||SEV 1017||UK||1976|
|SEV 1017||Dooley Silverspoon, Geanne Burton*||Dooley Silverspoon, Geanne Burton* - American Music (7", Single)||Seville Records||SEV 1017||UK||1976|
1976 Cotton Records · New York, New York 10019 Publisher- Springfield Music·ASCAP . Details of Artists appear on label as . Matrix, Runout (etched identically both sides. : C - 6365 - disco jc/tm/sjc.
Both singles also charted in the Netherlands, with Let me be the number one reaching in the Tipparade. There are few cover versions remixes, or samples of Silverspoons music, Bump Me Baby was covered later in 1975 by Rudy Genasky as a single and album track Genaskey - Genaskey. His 1978 single, Mr Deluxe Part 1 & 2 has been remixed and is included on Bill Brewster - Tribal Rites.
Burton, Geanne Burton, Jeanne Burton, Jenni Burton. ェア. マーケットプレイス 出品3,366. Dooley Silverspoon, Geanne Burton - American Music (Made In The . Cotton Records (2). UK. 1976.
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