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The Kinks|Lola  (2020 Stereo Remaster)

Lola (2020 Stereo Remaster)

The Kinks

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Raymond Douglas Davies, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer - Dave Davies, Backing Vocals, Lead Guitar - Ray Davies, Writer - The Kinks, MainArtist - Mal Luker, Engineer - Mike Bobak, Engineer - John Gosling, Keyboards - MIKE BUTCHER, Engineer - Mick Avory, Drums - John Dalton, Bass Guitar

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