Harlan Howard And His Band Of Blues - It's All In Your Mind / I Can't Stand It album flac
Title: It's All In Your Mind / I Can't Stand It
Style: Country, Rockabilly
MP3 album: 1142 mb
FLAC album: 1546 mb
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Genre: Rock / Folk and Country
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|A||It's All In Your Mind||2:17|
|B||I Can't Stand It||2:12|
- Record Company – Monument Record Corp.
- Published By – Combine Music Corp.
- Published By – Pamper Music
- Arranged By – Bill Justis
- Written-By – H. Howard*
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): B12W-423
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): B12W-424
- Rights Society: BMI
|45-833||Harlan Howard And His Band Of Blues||It's All In Your Mind / I Can't Stand It (7", Single)||Monument||45-833||US||1964|