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LP (Item 41768) Pompeii, 1969 — Condition: Used
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A late 60s record from Ike & Tina with the usual fare of some good rocking soul numbers. Each side ends with a nice instrumental from Ike and the band and a couple of the tracks seem to feature another lead female vocalist besides Tina; perhaps one of the Ikettes? The record is not as great as the others but it certainly gives the listener some good moments. Tracks include "Too Hot To Hold", "I'm Fed Up", "You Got What You Wanted", "Freedom Sound", "So Blue Over You", and "Funky Mule". (Cover has some edge wear and a stain on back.)  © 1996-2017, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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