Bill Esher & The Beacons - Baby You're My Doughnut
|2||Baby You're My Doughnut|
Written-By – C. Williams
|JAM 54||Bill Esher & The Beacons||Baby You're My Doughnut (7", Single)||Jam||JAM 54||UK||1972|
- Producer – Nick Heath
Large A on the label with release date.
Made in Gt Britain.
Robbins M. Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – This Record Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Robbins Music Ltd.
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