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Strange Feelin' LP Version
00:07:40

Jerry Yester, Producer - Zal Yanovsky, Producer - John Miller, Bass Guitar - Tim Buckley, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Carter C. Collins, Drums - Lee Underwood, Guitar - DAVID FRIEDMAN, Marimba

© 1969 Elektra Entertainment. ℗ 1969 Elektra Records

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Buzzin' Fly LP Version
00:06:04

Jerry Yester, Producer - Zal Yanovsky, Producer - John Miller, Bass Guitar - Tim Buckley, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Carter C. Collins, Drums - Lee Underwood, Guitar - DAVID FRIEDMAN, Marimba

© 1969 Elektra Entertainment. ℗ 1969 Elektra Records

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Love from Room 109 at the Islander (On Pacific Coast Highway) LP Version
00:10:49

Jerry Yester, Producer - Zal Yanovsky, Producer - John Miller, Bass Guitar - Tim Buckley, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Carter C. Collins, Drums - Lee Underwood, Guitar - DAVID FRIEDMAN, Marimba

© 1969 Elektra Entertainment. ℗ 1989 Elektra/Asylum Records

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Dream Letter LP Version
00:05:12

Jerry Yester, Producer - Zal Yanovsky, Producer - John Miller, Bass Guitar - Tim Buckley, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Carter C. Collins, Drums - Lee Underwood, Guitar - DAVID FRIEDMAN, Marimba

© 1969 Elektra Entertainment. ℗ 1989 Elektra/Asylum Records

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Gypsy Woman LP Version
00:12:19

Jerry Yester, Producer - Zal Yanovsky, Producer - John Miller, Bass Guitar - Tim Buckley, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Carter C. Collins, Drums - Lee Underwood, Guitar - DAVID FRIEDMAN, Marimba

© 1969 Elektra Entertainment. ℗ 1989 Elektra/Asylum Records

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Sing a Song for You LP Version
00:02:41

Jerry Yester, Producer - Zal Yanovsky, Producer - John Miller, Bass Guitar - Tim Buckley, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Carter C. Collins, Drums - Lee Underwood, Guitar - DAVID FRIEDMAN, Marimba

© 1969 Elektra Entertainment. ℗ 1969 Elektra Records

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