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The Moody Blues - Ride My See-Saw Album

The Moody Blues - Ride My See-Saw Album Performer: The Moody Blues
Title: Ride My See-Saw
Style: Symphonic Rock, Pop Rock, Psychedelic Rock
Category: Rock / Pop
Date of release: 1968
Country: South Africa
Label: Deram
Catalog number: FM.7422
Size MP3: 1772 mb
Size FLAC: 2078 mb
Rating: 4.8

Tracklist

1Ride My See-Saw
Written-By – Lodge
3:36
2A Simple Game
Written-By – Pinder
3:41

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MO 488The Moody Blues Ride My See-Saw ‎(7", Single)DeramMO 488Spain1968
D-1040ムーディー・ブルース = The Moody Blues ムーディー・ブルース = The Moody Blues - ライド・マイ・シーソー = Ride My See-Saw ‎(7", Single)DeramD-1040Japan1968
DM. 213The Moody Blues Ride My See-Saw ‎(7")DeramDM. 213Italy1968
DM 213The Moody Blues Ride My See-Saw ‎(7", Single)DeramDM 213Sweden1968
DMB 1The Moody Blues Ride My See-Saw ‎(7", Single, Promo)DeramDMB 1Italy1970

Credits

  • ProducerTony Clarke

Notes

Edition with tricentre

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side A): FM 7422-43407
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, side B): FM-7422-43654

Companies

  • Record Company – Deram – FM.7422

Video

Album

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