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    Lloyd Robinson & Devon Russell Out The Fire / Can't Understand (Why I'm Losing You)

    Spade Records
    • Lloyd Robinson & Devon Russell – Out The Fire
    • Austin Faithful – Can't Understand (Why I'm Losing You)
    • 1. Lloyd Robinson & Devon Russell – Out The Fire
    • 2. Austin Faithful – Can't Understand (Why I'm Losing You)

    Rare "Blue Cat" 1968 recording from Lloyd Robinson & Devon Russell with Austin Faithfull's "Can't Understand" on the flip.

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