HAWKS, BILLY - O'BABY! FOUR TRACK LIMITED EDITION EP

HAWKS, BILLY - O'BABY! FOUR TRACK LIMITED EDITION EP

7" (7" Single/EP)

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Label: BGP

Release date: 01/09/2016

Barcode: 0029667018173

Catalog no.: LTDEP0000020

Item ID: 436687

The organ driven mod and club classic from Billy Hawks' 1968 album 'Heavy Soul' gets reissued on 7-inch vinyl, joined by the equally exciting cuts 'You've Been A Bad Girl', 'Whip It On Me' and 'What More Can I Do?'. The beautifully packaged EP is designed in the London Records/Decca style, presenting the only two known photographs of the Richmond, VA born, but Philly based Billy.

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