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Sweet Lovin' Old Soul

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I Am Sailin'
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Long As I Can See You Smile
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Sweet Lovin' Ol' Soul
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Ain't What you Used To Have
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Lookin' the World Over
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Empty Bed Blues
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Tricks Ain't Walkin
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Crazy Cryin' Blues
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She Put Me Outdoors
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Decent Woman Blues
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I'm Goin' Back
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Take A Stand
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 45:30

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I love it!

lovemytunes

This was unexpected but after trying a few song bits I downloaded the whole album... really good!

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throaty blues

goodmusiclover

what a wonderful throat this woman has. if you like Janis Joplin, this is a must listen. I especially liked the title track and "I am sailing". Tricks ain't walkin is a favorite with my local alt. radio station

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