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Alive and Cool

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Introduction Instrumental (Live)
4:48
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How Blue Can You Get (Live)
8:01
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Thaw out (Live)
5:37
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So Tired (Live)
6:07
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Funky (Live)
1:59
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Deep Freeze (Live)
3:47
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Baby What Do You Want Me to Do (Live)
5:09
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Mustang Sally (Live)
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Backstroke (Live)
3:18
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Freeze
2:23
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Collins Shuffle
2:20
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Albert's Alley
2:28
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Defrost
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Thaw Out
2:38
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Backstroke
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 59:50

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