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Rare Singles And Previously Unreleased Masters, Vol. 1

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Big Mouth USA (slow version)
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36 Inches High
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Sounds Of Our Time
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Chain Gang
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I Wonder What They'll Do With Today
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Go Through Sunday
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She Turns My Radio On
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Mixed Green
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Happy Songs Sell Records, Sad Songs Sell Beer
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It Takes Two (To Make One)
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Big Mouth USA (uptempo version)
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Rising Sign
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Linda Comes Running
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Ramona
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Hanging From Your Lovin' Tree
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 47:08

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Great Stuff

meaneyedcat

Can't stop listing to big mouth USA.....

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Damnnnnnnnnnnn!!

lplummer

Have you ever heard of Jim Ford? Yeah, me neither... until last month. As a consequence of my incessant reading about music (and, no - it's not the same as dancing about architecture) I found one of many "Best of 2007" album lists that included the Jim Ford guy. So, I went to http://www.allmusic.com , my source for musician bios and album reviews. They made Ford out to be the second coming our Lord and Savior and his one album (yes, just one and from 1969, mind you), supposedly puts No Depression, Live at Folsom Prison and every Garth Brooks album ever recorded to shame. Last year, Bear Family Records dug out the album and some newly discovered tapes from other sessions. Part of what they found is on this record. So, I got a copy and started listening. As the youngsters say "Dammnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn." It's Van Morrison meets The Band at a Sly Stone concert featuring George Jones and the Righteous Brothers. It's amazing. It's what superlatives were invented for.