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    Prince Far I / Winston Wright Johnny Get Worse / Road Black

    Sid Buck
    • Prince Far I – Johnny Get Worse
    • Winston Wright – Road Black
    • 1. Prince Far I – Johnny Get Worse
    • 2. Winston Wright – Road Black

    Originally released in the early 70s, Prince Far I's cut of a rendition of The Slickers "Johnny Too Bad" with Winston Wright's organ inst. on the flip. Both versions recorded by the great engineer Sid Bucknor. All Sid Buck releases come in full colour picture sleeves.

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