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Peppermint Rainbow - Rosemary
Performer: Peppermint Rainbow
Title: Rosemary
Country: UK
Genre: Rock / Pop
Style:Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Released: 1969
Catalog number: MU 1091
Label: MCA Records
MP3 album szie: 2229 mb
FLAC album size: 1387 mb

Tracklist

1Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael
Written-By – Al Kasha
2:45
2Rosemary
Written-By – Paul Leka
3:15

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
732498The Peppermint Rainbow Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael / Rosemary ‎(7")Decca732498US1969
732498The Peppermint Rainbow Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael ‎(7", Single, Promo)Decca732498US1969
MU 1091Peppermint Rainbow Rosemary ‎(7", Single)MCA RecordsMU 1091UK1969
732498Peppermint Rainbow Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael / Rosemary ‎(7")Decca732498US1969
MDS 5000The Peppermint Rainbow Don't Wake Me Up In The Morning, Michael ‎(7", Single)MCA RecordsMDS 5000GermanyUnknown

Credits

  • Producer, Arranged By [Vocals], ConductorPaul Leka

Companies

  • Record Company – MCA Records Ltd.
  • Licensed From – MCA Inc.
  • Published By – Big Heather Music
  • Published By – Three Bridges Music
  • Published By – United Artists Music

Short intro

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