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8th Day - S/T LP - 1971 - Invictus - Funk and Soul
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8th Day - 1971 Invictus funky soul LP -

Vinyl-NM/VG++ couple light scuffs
Cover- ring wear,, scuffs on edges (see pic our does not have sticker in pic)

Includes:
"She's Not Just Another Woman"
"You've Got to Crawl Before You Walk" (Listen)
"Too Many Cooks"
"La-De-Dah"
"Enny-Meeny-Miny-Mo"
"Just As Long"
"I Can't Fool Myself"
"I'm Worried"
"I've Come to Save You"(Listen)

Made in the U.S. in 1971
Label: Invictus ST-7306

The group's sound is nice and soulful, with a deep groove in the same vein as other Invictus material, but also with more of a funk twist. Their LPs are tough to find

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 12 June, 2006.

 
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