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Ain't Gonna Worry

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Don't Leave Me Broken-Hearted
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Cry For Me Baby
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Clouds In My Heart
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I Need A Sugar Mama
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Anything But Without You
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Tribute To Bill Doggett
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Your Used To Be
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Love Storm
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Ain't No Hoochie Coochie Man
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Ain't Gonna Worry No More
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You Can't Call The Blues
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A Changed Feeling
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Goin' Home
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Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 57:24

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This is old school at some of it's best

naldini

If you love the blues, you'll love this disc. It's obvious that Johnny knows his way around a song and delivers deep soulful product that makes this disc a worthy dld. PS the band is top notch!

They Say All Music Guide

At the age of 55, Johnny Yard Dog Jones finally had the opportunity to lead his first record date in 1996. Originally a gospel guitarist, Jones gradually made the transition to becoming a blues singer who also played harmonica and just a bit of guitar. His singing is likable and full of emotion as he explores a set of music that emphasizes 1950s-style Chicago blues, along with occasional soul ballads, but as it turns out, guitarist Johnny B. Moore unintentionally (and consistently) steals the show. A much stronger soloist than Jones, Moore’s fiery statements are the main reason to acquire this disc; he is quite a powerhouse. Also on this worthy set are pianist Detroit Junior, bassist Bernard Reed and drummer Kenny Smith. – Scott Yanow

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