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Bread & Roses Festival 1978 (Live)

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01
Furry Sings the Blues (Live)
5:07  
02
The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines (Saturday Night Version) [Live]
3:40  
03
Introduction of Herbie Hancock (Live)
0:52  
04
A Chair in the Sky (Live)
6:53  
05
Goodbye Pork Pie Hat (Live)
6:11  
06
The Wolf That Lives in Lindsey (Live)
7:46  
07
The Dry Cleaner from Des Moines (Sunday Night Version) [Live]
3:02  
08
The Circle Game (Live)
5:12  
09
Radio Credits (Live)
1:16  
10
Furry Sings the Blues (Showtime Coast to Coast 1987) [Live]
2:11  
11
Hejira (Showtime Coast to Coast 1987) [Live]
4:48  
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Total Tracks: 11   Total Length: 46:58

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