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Harold Burrage - You Make Me So Happy FLAC

Harold Burrage - You Make Me So Happy FLAC Performer: Harold Burrage
Album: You Make Me So Happy
Country: US
Released: 1965
Label: M-Pac!
Genre: Soul
Catalog #: 7227
Size FLAC: 2163 mb.
Size MP3: 2122 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 929
Record Source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Misprint, Title variation


1Things Ain't What They Used To Be (Since You've Been Gone)
Written-By – Jimmy Jones
2You Make Me So Happy
Written-By – Otis Hayes


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
7227Harold Burrage You Made Me So Happy ‎(7")M-Pac!7227US1965


  • ProducerJ. Jones, O. Hayes


A One-Derful Production.

Vapac Music


  • Matrix / Runout: 3150
  • Matrix / Runout: 3151
  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Published By – Vapac Music


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