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The Very Best Of Buddy Johnson

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01
Since I Fell For You
3:17  
02
I'm Just Your Fool
2:56  
03
Shufflin' And Rollin'
3:12  
04
You Gotta Walk That Chalk Line
2:39  
05
Be Careful (If You Can't Be Good)
3:09  
06
Did You See Jackie Robinson Hit That Ball?
2:20  
07
No More Love
3:06  
08
Please, Mr. Johnson
2:56  
09
When My Man Comes Home
3:09  
10
Southern Echoes
3:19  
11
Walk 'Em
2:53  
12
Gotta Go Upside Your Head
2:44  
13
You'll Get Them Blues
2:57  
14
Fine Brown Frame
3:05  
15
Ain't But One
3:05  
16
Bring It Home To Me
2:32  
17
They All Say I'm The Biggest Fool
3:18  
18
You Got It Made
2:29  
19
I Don't Want Nobody's To Have My Love But You
2:44  
20
That's The Stuff You Gotta Watch
3:09  
21
Crazy 'Bout A Saxophone
2:34  
22
Stormy Weather
3:19  
23
I'm Gonna Jump In The River
3:21  
24
Satisfy My Soul
3:02  
25
Well Do It
2:28  
26
Shake 'Em Up
3:18  
27
Talking About Another Man's Wife
3:00  
28
Any Day Now
2:40  
29
It Used To Hurt Me
2:46  
30
Til My Baby Comes Back
2:26  
31
A Pretty Girl A Cadillac And Some Money
3:13  
32
Root Man Blues
3:16  
33
Doot Doot Down
2:54  
34
I Don't Know What's Troublin' Your Mind
3:16  
35
A-12
2:47  
36
It's Obdacious
2:37  
37
Boogie Woogie's Mother-In-Law
3:12  
38
Baby You're Always On My Mind
3:11  
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Total Tracks: 38   Total Length: 112:19

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