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The Electric Indian - Keem-O-Sabe Album
The Electric Indian - Keem-O-Sabe Album
Performer: The Electric Indian
Title: Keem-O-Sabe
Label: United Artists Records
Country: South Africa
Released: 1969
Style: Funk
Cat: TOS 586
Rating: 4.3/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2107 mb | MP3 size: 2701 mb | WMA size: 2424 mb
Genre: Funk
Tracklist

1Keem-O-Sabe
Arranged By – Tom Sellers
2:07
2Broad Street1:59

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
UA-50563The Electric Indian Keem-O-Sabe ‎(7", Single)United Artists RecordsUA-50563US1969
UA 50563The Electric Indian Keem-O-Sabe ‎(7", Promo)United Artists RecordsUA 50563US1969
UAK-3225The Electric Indian Keem-O-Sabe ‎(7", Single)United Artists RecordsUAK-3225Australia1969
UA 50563The Electric Indian Keem-O-Sabe ‎(7", Single)United Artists RecordsUA 50563US1969
UA 27.018The Electric Indian Keem-O-Sabe ‎(7", Single)United Artists RecordsUA 27.018Netherlands1969

Credits

  • ProducerLen Barry
  • Written-ByBernard Binnick, Bernice Borisoff

Album

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