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Romancing To The Folk Song - The Impressions - Were A Winner (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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    Song information for Romancing to the Folk Song - The Impressions on AllMusic. Song information for Romancing to the Folk Song - The Impressions on AllMusic Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Impressions. We're a Winner. Geffen / Universal: The Impressions. Fabulous Impressions/We're a Winner. Kent.
  5. Akinoktilar says:
    We're a Winner, an Album by The Impressions. Released in on ABC (catalog no. ABCS; Vinyl LP). Genres: Chicago Soul, Pop Soul, Soul. Featured peformers: Curtis Mayfield (vocals), Sam Gooden (bass vocals), Fred Cash (tenor vocals), Johnnie Pate (producer, arranger, conductor).
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    With this back drop, The Impressions entered the studio in November of and as a side note, they were recording their last album under their current contract. In two days in the studio, they produced 10 songs, one of which, would become the anthem of the both the current Civil Rights Movement and the coming Black Power Movement, the title 5/5(2).

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