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The O'Jays - How Does It Feel / Crack Up Laughing album

The O'Jays - How Does It Feel / Crack Up Laughing album
Performer: The O'Jays
Title: How Does It Feel / Crack Up Laughing
Released: 1963
Country: US
Style: Soul
Genre: Funk - Soul
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 957
Formats: WAV DXD WMA AA DMF MP3 MMF
MP3 size: 1278 mb
FLAC size: 1857 mb

Tracklist

A How Does It Feel 2:37
B Crack Up Laughing 2:30

Credits

  • Arranged By – H.B. Barnum
  • Producer – H.B. Barnum
  • Written-By – O'Jays*

Notes

Hidle Music BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
5942 The O'Jays How Does It Feel / Crack Up Laughing ‎(7", Single) Imperial 5942 US 1963
5942 The O'Jays How Does It Feel / Crack Up Laughing ‎(7", Single, Promo) Imperial 5942 US 1963


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