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Performer: No Artist
Title: Perspective '71: An Aural Review Of 1971
Country: US
Label: Westinghouse Broadcasting Company
Style: Field Recording, Education, Spoken Word, Promotional
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 060

Tracklist

1Perspective '71: An Aural Review Of 1971 (Side 3)
2Perspective '71: An Aural Review Of 1971 (Side 1)
3Perspective '71: An Aural Review Of 1971 (Side 2)
4Perspective '71: An Aural Review Of 1971 (Side 4)

Credits

  • Executive-ProducerWilliam Kaland
  • Graphic DesignAlan Wolsky & Friends
  • ProducerJoan Franklin, Robert Franklin

Notes

Not For Sale - Not For Broadcast
This Record Programmed For Automatic Sequence

Album

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