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Sittin Here Wonderin

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E Street Bridge
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Stella Blues
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Sadie Lee
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I'm Lonesome
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Back Door Friend
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Sittin Here Wonderin
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Bumble Bee
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Parole Blues
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Pittsburgh Blues
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Nothin But Trouble
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Prison Blues #1
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 48:35

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sittin here wonderin

67aztec

great raw blues, no need for all the trimmings of a big band...the essence of what raw guitar blues is

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Taj is good

friendphil

I was not a bit disappointed with this album. A nice selection of tunes, and Taj is, as far as I know, always good.

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