Ram Jam - Black Betty Download
- Performer: Ram Jam
- Title: Black Betty
- Genre: Rock
- Country: Italy
- Record source: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
- Released: 1977
- Style: Classic Rock
- Label: Epic
- Cat#: EPC 5492
- MP3 album: 2113 mb
- FLAC album: 2167 mb
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 771
|1||I Should Have Known|
Producer – William E. BartlettWritten-By – W. Bartlett
Producer – Kasenetz-KatzWritten-By – H. Ledbetter
|8-50357||Ram Jam||Black Betty (7", Single)||Epic||8-50357||US||1977|
|655430 2||Ram Jam||Black Betty (Rough 'n' Ready Remix) (CD, Single)||Epic||655430 2||UK & Europe||1990|
|S EPC 5492||Ram Jam||Black Betty (7", Single)||Epic||S EPC 5492||UK||1977|
|655430 6||Ram Jam||Black Betty (Remix) (12", Maxi)||Epic||655430 6||Europe||1989|
|ASF 321||Ram Jam||Black Betty (12", Promo)||Epic||ASF 321||US||1977|
℗ 1977 CBS Dischi
© 1977 CBS Inc./℗ 1977 CBS Inc./Epic® & CBS are trademark of CBS Inc.
CBS Dischi S.p.A. Milano 1977
Distribuzione Messaggerie Musicali, Milano
A side ▸ Robert Mollin Music Publ'g Corp. (misprint for Robert Mellin Music Publishing Corp.).
B side ▸ Kaskat Music Inc.
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): CI EPC 5492-1N
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): CI EPC 5492-2N
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Run-out Etching): ooo II CI EPC 5492-1N cgd 30 9 77
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Run-out Etching): II CI EPC 5492-2N cgd 30 9 77 ooo
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Run-out Etching, Variant 1): CI EPC 5492-1N cgd 30 9 77
- Matrix / Runout (B-Side Run-out Etching, Variant 1): CI EPC 5492-2N cgd 30 9 77
- Rights Society: SIAE
- Other (Mastering date from runouts): 1977-09-30
- Other (Rights Reserved): DR
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Dischi S.p.A.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Distributed By – Messaggerie Musicali
- Published By – Robert Mellin Music Publishing Corp.
- Published By – Kaskat Music Inc.
- Made By – CBS Sugar S.p.A.
- Pressed By – CGD Pressing Plant
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