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Ivory Joe Hunter / Quotations - Almost Lost My Mind / Imagination Album

Performer: Ivory Joe Hunter / Quotations
Genre: Rock / Soul & Funk / Blues
Title: Almost Lost My Mind / Imagination
Country: US
Released: 1986
Style: Doo Wop, Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues
Label: Collectables
Catalog Number: COL 4246
FLAC version ZIP size: 2860 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1792 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2998 mb
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CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
COL 4246Ivory Joe Hunter / The Quotations Ivory Joe Hunter / The Quotations - Almost Lost My Mind / Imagination ‎(7", RE)CollectablesCOL 4246US1986


Label variant.: Please note the "Manufactured By..." credit at the bottom of the label - among other variants.

A - Published By Hill & Range Songs
B - Published By Bourne Co. (ASCAP)

℗ 1986 PolyGram Records, Inc.
Under License From PolyGram Special Projects, A Division of Polygram Records, Inc.

Manufactured By PolyGram Special Projects


  • Rights Society (B-side): ASCAP


  • Record Company – Polygram Records, Inc.
  • Manufactured By – PolyGram Special Projects
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
  • Licensed From – PolyGram Special Projects
  • Published By – Hill & Range Songs
  • Published By – Bourne Co.


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