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    The Uniques Conversation / Love & Devotion

    Lee
    • The Uniques – Conversation
    • The Uniques – Love & Devotion
    • 1. Conversation
    • 2. Love & Devotion

    Late 60s stone cold classic with "Conversation" from Slim Smith & The Uniques with Jimmy Riley's lead vocal cut "Love & Devotion" on the flip..don't leave!

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