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|Studio album by Freddy Fender|
|Recorded||Sugar Hill Studios, Houston Texas|
|Producer||Huey P. Meaux|
|Freddy Fender chronology|
- "You're Turning Down The Flame of Love To Low"
- "If That's All That's Worrying You"
- "Just Because"
- "I Really Don't Want To Know"
- "Walking Piece of Heaven"
- "She Came To The Valley"
- "I'm A Fool To Care"
- "She's Gone"
- "Sweet Summer Day"
- "Cajun Stomp"
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