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Soul Seven - The Cissy's Thang

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Mickey & Them - Hey, Brother Man 

Label: GC
Ref: 1030
Contributor: yuchan
 
Rating: 5.83
Votes: 29
Apr 1 2003 8:27AM by Birger Fjallman
Appears on Cali-Tex's "Iron Leg - The Complete Mickey and the Soul Generation" CT-102, CD released 2002.
Recorded: 1973 at Amen Recording in San Antonio
Mickey Foster on keyboard
Chris Urrutia on drums
George Salas on guitar
Vocals Emil Carter (also Tenor Sax)
Engineers Manny Guerra and Gilbert Riviera
B-Side of Last Single released by the group



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