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So Wrong by Patrick Simmons


Label: Elektra 69839
Year: 1983
Condition: M
Price: $8.00

From a warehouse find, this is a new, unplayed stock copy, in its original Elektra/Asylum factory sleeve. Simmons was a founding member of the Doobie Brothers, writing and singing some of their material — including "Black Water." This was the first of two solo singles he released that registered on the National pop chart, with "So Wrong" cracking the Top 40. The track sounds more like Talking Heads than Doobies, though... And that's not a bad thing! Quite a pleasant surprise, really. Check out the mp3 "snippet" of it! Note: This beautiful 45 record has no notable flaws, grading Mint across the board (Labels, Vinyl, Audio).


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 2020-07-08  n/a