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Next Hex: The Nashville Sessions

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In The Night
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Shoo Ra
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Mean Cheatin' Woman
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Bald Head
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Whichever Way The Wind Blows
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Woman Is The Root Of All Evil
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Danger Zone
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Just Like A Mirror
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Helping Hand
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Tippatina
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Scrubbin'
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Qualified
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Mama Roux
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A Quitter Never Wins
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What Goes Around Comes Around
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 51:53

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Good Dr. John and sound quality

milesahead03

First of all thanks to member Microbe for the tip on this titles sound quality. I had noticed that most of the other titles were poor at best and was about to bag the idea of DL'ng any Dr. John. As Microbe mentioned sound is excellent and the title selection is pretty good as well. Be careful with this, most of the offerings here are poor quality, with some being of dubious licensing. I'd put this title at the top of what's offered for Dr. J on emusic.

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My pleasure Milesahead03!

Microbe

Wish the line up of other artists was on the notes here. His first two albums as Dr. John were recorded with the Meters as his back up band. I don't think this is them, but fine work none-the-less!

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