Early 80s rarity 'Movin' On' by Zambian band Witch finally gets a repress on Invisible City Editions!
A1 Movin' On
A2 To Be Felt
A3 It Was You Boy
A4 I'm Comin' Back
B1 My Desire
B2 You Are My Sunshine
B3 It Feels So Good
B4 Lets Get Together
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