Friar Tuck - Friar Tuck And His Psychedelic Guitar release

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Friar Tuck And His Psychedelic Guitar track list:
# Track title Format Length of track mp3 Friar Tuck And His Psychedelic Guitar
A1 mp3 3:11
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A2 mp3 4:56
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A3 mp3 4:48
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A4 mp3 5:09
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B1 mp3 2:47
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B2 mp3 1:50
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B3 mp3 2:32
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B4 mp3 2:30
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B5 mp3 2:37
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B6 mp3 3:35
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Style of release: Soft Rock music  Psychedelic Rock music  Avantgarde music  (click to get other releases)
Genre of release: Rock music   (click to get other releases)
Release data: This album was released on the label Mercury (catalog number SR 61111)
This album was released in 1967 year. US
Format of the release is Vinyl ,
  • LP
  • Album
  • Stereo
Copyrights since: (C) 1967

In the creation of this album was attended by guest artists:

Bass Jerry Scheff
Drums Jim Troxel
Engineer Gary Paxton
Engineer Mark Taylor (22)
Engineer Tom May
Guitar Ben Benay
Guitar Jim Helms
Guitar Mike Deasy
Organ Mike Henderson (3)
Piano Butch Parker
Piano [Vibes] Toxey French
Producer, Arranged By [Musical] Mike Deasy
Vocals Alicia Vigil
Vocals Bob Turner (2)
Vocals Dottie Holmberg
Vocals Dyann King
Vocals Jim Bell (3)
Vocals Michele O'Malley
Vocals Sandy Salisbury (2)
Vocals Sharon Olsen
Vocals, Arranged By [Vocals] Curt Boettcher
Written-By Mike Deasy
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