|Three Week Hero|
|Studio album by|
|Released||April 8, 1969|
|Studio||Olympic Studios, London|
|P.J. Proby chronology|
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All tracks arranged by John Paul Jones; except where indicated
The song "Sugar Mama" recorded by Led Zeppelin at Morgan Studios in 1969, is not the same "Sugar Mama" recorded on this album.
Catalogue: Liberty 83219
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