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Finest Platinum Reggae: The Very Best of John Holt

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Jam in the Street
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Love I Can Feel
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Stick By Me
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Riding for a Fall
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It's Gonna Take a Miracle
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After All Is Said and Done
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Call On Me
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Stealing, Stealing
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Wildfire
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Rainy Night in Georgia
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All I Ever Ask
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Having My Baby
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If I Were a Carpenter
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Satisfaction
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Wasted Days
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Happy Go Lucky Girl
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We've Only Just Begun
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In the Mood
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How Sweet It Is
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Red Red Wine
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Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 73:23

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