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Henry Thomas

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John Henry
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Cottonfield Blues
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Arkansas
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The Fox And The Hounds
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The Little Red Caboose
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Bob McKinney
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Red River Blues
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Honey, Won't You Allow Me One More Chance?
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Run, Mollie, Run
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Shanty Blues
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Woodhouse Blues
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Jonah In The Wilderness
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When The Train Comes Along
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Bull-Doze Blues
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Don't Ease Me In
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Texas Easy Street Blues
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Texas Worried Blues
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Fishing Blues
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Old Country Stomp
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Charmin' Betsy
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Lovin' Babe
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Railroadin' Some
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Don't Leave Me Here
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Total Tracks: 23   Total Length: 68:58

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