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Various - Baseball In The Great Yankee Tradition


Tracklist


1Baseball In The Great Yankee Tradition (Side 1)
2Baseball In The Great Yankee Tradition (Side 2)

Credits


  • FeaturingElston Howard, Frank Crosetti, Jerry Coleman , Joe Pepitone, Mel Stottlemyre, Mickey Mantle, Ralph Houk, Tommy Tresh
  • Music By [Theme Music From "Here Come The Yankees"]Sid Bass And His Orchestra

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Various - Baseball In The Great Yankee Tradition
Performer: Various
Genre: Audio
Title: Baseball In The Great Yankee Tradition
Country: US
Style: Education
MP3 album: 1693 mb
FLAC album: 2994 mb
Source: Vinyl, 7", 33 ⅓ RPM
№ Cat: CSM 548
Label: Columbia Special Products