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The Definitive John Fahey

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On the Sunny Side of the Ocean
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Spanish Dance
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When the Spring Comes Again
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Dance of the Inhabitants of the Palace of King Philip XIV of Spain
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In Christ There Is No East or West
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St Louis Blues
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Some Summer Day
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Revolt of the Dyke Brigade
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Take a Look At That Baby
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Give Me Corn Bread When I'm Hungry
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Sunflower Blues
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Poor Boy a Long Way from Home
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I'm Gonna Do All I Can for My Lord
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The Last Steam Engine Train
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Spanish Two Step
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 39:32

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