Jack Bonus - St. Louis Missouri Boy mp3 flac download
|Title:||St. Louis Missouri Boy|
|Date of release:||1972|
|MP3 album size:||1753 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1613 mb|
|Digital formats:||AHX AC3 VOC ADX VOX MMF AUD|
Personnel: Arranged by Jack Bonus and Edward Bogas Engineer - Ken Hopkins Producer - Jack Bonus Co-producer Jamie Howell Technican .
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Louis Missouri Boy. Written-By – Jack Bonus. Producer – Jack Bonus. A - Intro: 06 End: Cold. Published By Any Old Name Publishing. From the "Jack Bonus" album. Manufactured and Distributed By RCA ℗ 1972 Grunt Records.
Acoustic Guitar – Jack Bonus. A2. St. Louis Missouri Boy. Backing Vocals – Jack BonusBass – Skip Olson Drums – Andy LiflandElectric Guitar – Jamie HowellPiano – Jon DetherageSaxophone – Jack Bonus. A3. Cold Chicago Wind. Backing Vocals – Jack BonusTenor Saxophone – Jack Bonus.
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|A||St. Louis Missouri Boy||2:58|
- Producer – Jack Bonus
|65-0504||Jack Bonus||St. Louis Missouri Boy (7", Mono, Promo)||Grunt||65-0504||US||1972|
|65-0504||Jack Bonus||St. Louis Missouri Boy (7", Single)||Grunt||65-0504||US||1972|