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The Captain's Last Live Concert Plus...

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Disc 1 of 2
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Hair Pie Bake III (Bass Solo)
1:05
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Hair Pie Bake III (Full Band Version)
2:32
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Nowadays A Woman's Gotta Hit A Man
4:07
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I Wanna Find A Woman That'll Hold My Big Toe
1:49
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Hot Head
3:29
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Ashtray Heart
3:34
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Dirty Blue Gene
3:44
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The Smithsonian Institute Blues (or The Big Dig)
2:13
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Best Batch Yet
4:42
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Band Intro
0:40
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Safe As Milk
3:35
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One Red Rose That I Mean
2:11
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Sue Egypt
2:39
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Disc 2 of 2
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Doctor Dark
3:30
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Bat Chain Puller
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My Human Gets Me Blues
3:19
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Sheriff Of Hong Kong
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Kandy Korn
4:45
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Suction Prints
4:35
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Big Eyed Beans From Venus
4:38
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Orange Claw Hammer (Rare Studio Version)
4:10
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Captain Beefheart Speaks
2:31
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Ry Cooder talks about working with The Captain and The Magic Band
1:19
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Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 77:09

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