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The Dillards - America (The Lady Of The Harbor) Musikalbum

Darsteller: The Dillards
Genre: Pop-Musik / Welt-Musik, Country-Musik
Titel: America (The Lady Of The Harbor)
Land: US
Freigegeben: 11 Nov 1972
Stil: Country
Etikett: Anthem
Katalognummer: 51014
FLAC-Version ZIP-Größe: 2929 mb
MP3-Version ZIP-Größe: 1185 mb
WMA-Version ZIP-Größe: 2493 mb
Bewertung: 4.3
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1America (The Lady Of The Harbor)3:36
2America (The Lady Of The Harbor)3:36


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
51014The Dillards America (The Lady Of The Harbor) ‎(7")Anthem 51014US1972
51014The Dillards America (The Lady Of The Harbor) ‎(7", Mono, Promo)Anthem 51014US1972


  • Arranged By, ProducerRichard Podolor
  • EngineerBill Cooper
  • Written-ByP. Parrish


Promotional - Not For Sale

Same track pressed to both sides.

This variant has a side marked as 'compatible stereo', whereas other promo copies list both sides as mono.


  • Rights Society: ASCAP


  • Published By – Kittyhawk Music
  • Distributed By – United Artists Records, Inc.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Joint-Anthem Records, Inc.


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I don't own this particular release but my stock copy has the 'America' side listed as compatible stereo and plays mono, so I would hesitate to believe this flavor would actually contain a stereo mix of this track.
The other variant of this promo with both sides marked mono has an 'Re1' in the matrix, so perhaps this stereo/mono labeling was a mistake?