Delroy Wilson Got To See My Woman / Hearts Can Be Broken

    • Delroy Wilson – Got To See My Woman
    • Delroy Wilson – Hearts Can Be Broken
    • 1. Got To See My Woman
    • 2. Hearts Can Be Broken

    Two soulful roots rockers recordings from the mid 70s by Delroy Wilson produced by Bunny 'Striker' Lee.

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