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Manuel Franck Pourcel
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EMC.2718 EMC-2718 EMC-2718 EMC.2718


1x Vinyl LP Album Stereo



Release date

Jan 1, 1980

Media: NM or M-i
Sleeve: VG


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Manuel - El Rancho Grande


Manuel - Yellow Bird


Manuel - Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da


Manuel - Eso Es El Amor


Manuel - Barcarolle (From Tales Of Hoffman)


Manuel - Don Valero, It Was Nice To See You


Franck Pourcel - Carmen Overture


Franck Pourcel - Tango


Franck Pourcel - Ritual Fire Dance


Franck Pourcel - Intermezzo (From Cavalleria Rusticana)

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