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Saturday, June 23, 2012

Ross William Perry 2003 The Move

Genre: Blues
Rate: 262 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 00:43:33
Size: 80,15 MB

United States

Guitar driven blues rock heavily influenced by late 60's power trios.


01 - The Move 02:46

02 - Too Much Of This 02:48

03 - Without You 03:37

04 - Take It All 05:58

05 - Another Deal Gone Bad 07:10

06 - Everything's Alright 04:24

07 - Drive Me Wild 04:13

08 - Waiting 03:53

09 - One Night Stand 02:51

10 - Almond Sundae 05:53

Ross William Perry here:



Rossington Collins Band 1981 A Night On The Road, Live At Garden State Arts Center, N.J.

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:19:19
Size: 108,96 MB

United States


01 - Prime Time 04:36

02 - Gonna Miss It When It's Gone 04:53

03 - Gotta Get It Straight 05:52

04 - Leave My Garden To Me 05:45

05 - Introduction 00:59

06 - Get Away 07:36

07 - Introduction 01:04

08 - Seems Like Every Day 05:08

09 - Introduction 01:59

10 - Don't Misunderstand Me 05:11

11 - One Good Man 05:55

12 - Introduction 00:33

13 - Means Nothing To You 05:46

14 - Sometimes You Can Put It Out 08:21

15 - Free Bird 15:41

Rossington Collins Band here:



Friday, June 22, 2012

Stone The Crows 1970 Stone The Crows

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:37:56
Size: 86,76 MB

United Kingdom

review by Peter Kurtz

A somewhat atypical debut rock release. Not only does the band deliver a soulful rendition of "Fool on the Hill," but the dreaded side-long track makes its appearance on side two of Stone the Crows. The tune is titled "I Saw America," and it pulls together the rock, blues, and soul elements that were splintered up on the first side. A spirited attempt was made to live up to the grandiose title, and there's some confident guitar by Les Harvey.


01 - The Touch Of Your Loving Hand 06:04

02 - Raining In Your Heart 05:09

03 - Blind Man 05:12

04 - Fool On The Hill 04:09

05 - I Saw America 17:22

Stone The Crows here:

Thanks to a friend of SBR for sharing this album!



Thursday, June 21, 2012

Creepy Lane 1978 Let The Rebels Rock

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:37:50
Size: 51,97 MB


It was the end of the 70ties and we just had dealt with the Sex Pistols, when there came a small band from Munich-Pasing and played almost exactly the same sound which was on the first two Molly Hatchet albums. And this band had its own songs!

I don't know anymore how any times I've seen them live. Five, maybe ten times, but oh man, this band raised hell. Guitar duels, boogie and classic southern rock, all the songs played as hard as the hardest songs of their American idols.

Creepy Lane is the name of this band and a couple of thousands of fans from the Munich area gave everything (even their last mark for a train ticket to the next gig), but the band split before the expected break through.

The LP was titled 'Let the rebels rock', released on the Zyx Records label and was even mixed in Jacksonville (Fl) and with hindsight the record had only one weak point : the vocals were too thin. Anyway, Robert Stragalinos may be as old as I am, which means that his voice hadn't broken at the time. For the rest, the record contains some great double leads and fine rock songs.

Songs like 'black friend', 'Dixie talkin' or 'round up' haven't found in Germany - nor elsewhere - their match. Even the obligatory Free bird plagiarism as in the song 'The dirty deal' sounds extraordinarily unsentimental since there are extremely beautiful, hard rocking guitar riffs and solo's that you wish never to end. (


01 - Dixie Talking 03:05

02 - Hot 'n' Nasty 04:46

03 - Joe Blow 04:34

04 - Round Up 03:56

05 - Wait Until Tomorrow 02:39

06 - Born To Move 04:19

07 - Southbound Ride 04:40

08 - Black Friend 03:21

09 - The Dirty Deal 06:30

Creepy Lane here:



Fifth On The Floor 2007 The Color Of Whiskey

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:33:48
Size: 77,32 MB

United States

Fifth on the Floor hails from Lexington, Kentucky and started out like all good bands do: on a Friday night over a bottle of Jim Beam. After a few weeks of song writing, line-up changes, and hangovers, the grouping of Chris Collins, Robin Polly, Matty Rodgers, and Justin Wells solidified the group dynamic and sound that are instantly identifiable.

Less than a month after inception, Fifth on the Floor were hitting venues all over Kentucky. Soon after, the band was rocking stages in Virginia, Tennessee, Illinois, and Ohio. The songs that developed were recorded on Fifth on the Floor’s debut album, "The Color of Whiskey". The release is as much a melting pot of American music as the band itself, with songs ranging from honky-tonk to southern jam to hard rock, and everything in between. "The Color of Whiskey" is as unabashedly raw and straight-forward as Fifth on the Floor’s live show.

With the 2010 release of their sophomore album "Dark and Bloody Ground", Fifth on the Floor saw some additional line-up changes as Robin Polly and Chris Collins parted ways with band and were replaced by Aaron Graham in drums and Jason Parsons on bass. (Be sure to check out our Dark and Bloody Ground review).

Fifth on the Floor has built a rock-solid testament to honest music, with songs like "Shine", "On My Way", and "The Fall". Having played nearly three hundred shows in four years, they've honed their show to an unforgettable experience. A Fifth on the Floor show is not unlike a one night stand: they let their hair down, kick your ass, and, with any luck, you'll remember it in the morning. (


01 - Runnin' Ragged 03:24

02 - Out At The Bar 02:48

03 - My Young Life 03:51

04 - One Horse Town 03:20

05 - Man Of My Vice 03:54

06 - Last Night In Memphis 04:59

07 - The Color Of Whiskey 03:27

08 - Appalachian Talkin' Hardware Store Blues 03:02

09 - Southern Pride 05:03

Fifth On The Floor here:



Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Geoff Achison 2002 Chasing My Tail

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 48000
Time: 00:54:50
Size: 125,55 MB


Album Notes

Australian based guitar maestro Geoff Achison has a new album, Chasing My Tail, featuring more of the same recipe that has won him fans around the world.

Here he presents a fresh batch of original songs, bluesy rave-ups and a couple of old favourites too. Achison has been a key player on the Melbourne blues scene for some years now but has more recently been wooing them in the USA and Britain. Closer to home, Geoff was recently honoured as an Official Patron of the Frankston International Guitar Festival.

The choice of music for the new album has largely come from audience requests. Featuring his world famous Souldiggers, the Horns From Hell and Classically Blue Strings this album showcases the variety of working combos Acho has found himself making music with over the past few years.

JB Hi Fi, the national music retailer chain in Oz sums it up: "After a couple of live albums break, Geoff Achison returns with what could be considered a sampler disc of all his current musical states of mind. From acoustic-based blues to (almost) New Orleans Jazz/Blues, this works from one end to the other without any hiccups along the way... Those of you who know the man's talents will need no more encouragement..." Enjoy!


01 - Chance 03:55

02 - Kerry Lou 05:23

03 - You And I 04:11

04 - Begging Bowl 04:46

05 - Find Yourself A Fool 03:27

06 - Chasing My Tail 04:07

07 - Me And My Baby 03:57

08 - Reason To Live 06:06

09 - Let It Happen 04:23

10 - Kissing Angels 04:28

11 - Whipping Post 05:47

12 - All The Way 04:20

Geoff Achison here:



Rebel Pride 2007 Backin' It Up

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:38:58
Size: 89,13 MB

United States

Album Notes

Out of Tampa Bay Florida comes the Rebel Pride Band, an "in your face and out the door" southern rock guitar army. With over 10 years of gigging, song writing, and road work behind them, Rebel Pride has developed a hard southern boogie that pays homage to their rock and blues forefathers, yet has a strut all its own.

This one rock and rolls where the first CD "It Is What It Is" left off.


01 - Domino Boogie 04:30

02 - Flatlands 03:52

03 - Long Distance Love Affair 04:13

04 - On The Road 04:00

05 - Respect 05:47

06 - Take It Slow 05:21

07 - Texas Mud 03:19

08 - Shine-Ola 07:56

Rebel Pride here:



Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Michael Packer 2007 The Sunny Side Of Me

Genre: Country Folk
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:34:26
Size: 78,78 MB

United States

Album Notes

Singer-songwriter, guitarist of (THE MICHAEL PACKER BLUES BAND) Michael Packer's new release the Sunny Side of Me is special. The cover art and lyrics to the title track is created by 8 year old Gabby Kasper from Albany NY. The album contains 6 new originals by Michael Packer. 'In My Getaway' features Van Morrison's keyboardist Mark Jordan. 'Straight To Her Heart' and Hugh Prestwood's classic 'Dorothy' features former 'Free Beer' members Sandy Allen and Robert Potter. Folk-icon's Paul Siebel's 'Pinto Pony'. Siebel is famous for the hit song 'Louise' recorded by Linda Ronstadt and Bonnie Raitt and Packer's 'New Orleans' a Katrina-based song with percussionist Ed Jackson of the blues band. A fan wrote of Michael Packer, 'He is one of the best kept secret in the US.If that is the case he is truly one of America's treasures'. Produced by Michael Packer and Alan Lorber.


01 - The Sunny Side Of Me 03:07

02 - We Belong To Each Other 03:45

03 - My Lady Loves Me 06:25

04 - Time, Time, Time 03:35

05 - In My Getaway 03:43

06 - New Orleans 02:30

07 - Dorothy 04:13

08 - Pinto Pony 02:40

09 - Straight To Her Heart 04:28

Michael Packer here:

Thanks to a friend of SBR for sharing this album!



Bluesaholics 1997 2

Genre: Blues
Rate: 257 kbps VBR / 44100
Time: 01:34:27
Size: 159,07 MB




01 - Someday All Is Gone 04:13

02 - Get Back 02:54

03 - Traffic Jam 03:07

04 - Tears In My Heart 03:56

05 - Goin' Blue 03:47

06 - Be My Baby 02:45

07 - Can't Get You 04:16

08 - A Place In Your Heart 05:45

09 - Boom Boom 03:09

10 - Cry Out The Blues 03:10

11 - I Need You 02:17

12 - More Than Enough 03:46

13 - Just Live On 03:52


01 - Träne I Mim Härz 03:57

02 - Stau 03:06

03 - Säg Werom 02:55

04 - Hesch Mi Nömm 04:13

05 - Förigi Flöckli 03:45

06 - Oh Jeh Minee 02:27

07 - Gib Nid Uuf 03:54

08 - Bliib Doch Bii Mer 02:45

09 - Storm 04:35

10 - Natel D 02:58

11 - I Bruuch Di 02:17

12 - Langi Einsami Nächt 06:14

13 - Einisch Isch Alles Verbii 04:24

Bluesaholics here:



Monday, June 18, 2012

Gene Deer 1995 Soul Tender

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:50:16
Size: 114,97 MB

United States

Album Notes

The debut release from one of Indy's local heroes. Gene's original style is a mixture of Robert Cray's smooth vocals and Stevie Ray's blazing guitar.


01 - C'mon Back 03:32

02 - Nature Of The Beast 05:29

03 - Don't Turn Your Back (On The Blues) 05:39

04 - Every'thang Gonna Be Alright 03:09

05 - Midnight Healing 07:43

06 - Be Set Free 04:24

07 - Deep River Blues 03:44

08 - That Ain't Why 04:53

09 - Erin's Blues 03:34

10 - My Baby She's Gone 04:00

11 - Whisper In My Ear (Bills To Pay, Bye Bye) 04:09

Gene Deer here:



Smokin' Joe Kubek & B'nois King 2003 Roadhouse Research

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:47:18
Size: 108,21 MB

United States

review by Hal Horowitz

Unfortunately for Joe Kubek and his shotgun-riding singer/rhythm guitarist partner Bnois King, in the wake of great Texas guitarists like the Vaughan Brothers, just being a really good Lone Star fret slinger gets overlooked. Which is a shame, because over the course of nine albums, Kubek and King crafted a workmanlike if understated catalog of R&B-influenced roadhouse blues.

On their debut for Blind Pig, the duo churn up more of the same fare they refined the previous 12 years. Their blues-rock is genuine if derivative, and Kubek is a rugged six-stringer who makes up for his lack of a distinctive sound with gutsy meat-and-potatoes playing. Thankfully, King adds warmth and class with his smooth, soulful, and entirely unpretentious singing. His relaxed voice contrasts perfectly with Kubek's tensile, rough-and-ready licks, infusing this music with a yin-yang that elevates it far above bar-band standards. Soulful, nearly pop numbers like "Tell Me Why" allow King to croon outside the confines of a tightly constructed blues tune. Suave yet tight, this and the funky "Cryin' Shame" open up the approach and push at the genre's boundaries. Bogged down slightly by obvious lyrics and song titles like "The Blues Is Still With Us" (a thin rewrite of "The Blues Is Alright") and "Got to Get Paid," this remains down-to-earth, often moving music whose heart is as big as the artist's home state.


01 - Healthy Mama 03:56

02 - Tell Me Why 03:42

03 - Cryin' Shame 04:10

04 - Got To Get Paid 04:10

05 - Better Be Getting It On 03:44

06 - Runnin' Blind 05:46

07 - The Blues Is Still With Us 04:55

08 - Make It Right 04:32

09 - I Need More 05:10

10 - Standing In My Door 07:13

Smokin' Joe Kubek & B'nois King here:

Thanks to a friend of SBR for sharing this album!



Sunday, June 17, 2012

Canned Heat 1968 Living The Blues

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:29:00
Size: 203,70 MB

United States

review by Lindsay Planer

Canned Heat's third collection, Living the Blues (1968), was likewise their first double-LP, heralding the rural hippie anthem "Going Up the Country" as well as the nearly three-quarter-hour "Refried Boogie." However, rather than distracting their audience, it became one of rock & roll's first two-LP sets to make a substantial showing on the charts, reaching the Top 20. Not surprising as the rest of the album -- essentially all of disc one -- is as solid (if not arguably more so) than their previous long player Boogie With Canned Heat (1968). Featured is the "classic" Heat lineup of Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson (guitar/harmonica/vocals), Larry "The Mole" Taylor (bass), Henry "Sunflower" Vestine (guitar), Adolfo "Fido" de la Parra (drums), and Bob "The Bear" Hite (vocals), who unleash another batch of strong originals and engaging overhauls of a few blues staples -- including the solid cover of Charley Patton's "Pony Blues" that commences the effort.

Right out of the gate, the formidable team of Wilson and Vestine explore their musical passions with a focused drive that would significantly diminish in the years and on the records to follow. One of the primary factors in the package's commercial success was their update of Henry Thomas' "Going Down South," which they turned into the breezy "Goin' Up the Country." The song not only became one of their biggest hits, it was also used in the Woodstock (1970) documentary and a live version -- from the actual concert -- was presented on the soundtrack. Canned Heat are joined by one of their contemporaries as Brit bluesman John Mayall contributes to the compact reading of Jimmy Rogers'"Walking By Myself," not on guitar, but rather piano. He also tosses around the '88s during the "Bear Wires" movement of the side-long "Parthenogenesis" suite. While on the subject of guest keyboardists, Mac Rebbenack (aka Dr. John) joins in on the groovy ode to "Boogie Music." "One Kind Favour" (aka "See That My Grave Is Kept Clean") drives hard with Hite belting out behind the ensemble's propelling rhythms.

Aside from the slightly indulgent "Refried Boogie," Living the Blues (1968) stands as a testament to Canned Heat's prowess as modernizers of the blues and recommended as one of the most cohesive works from this incarnation.



01 - Pony Blues 03:52

02 - My Mistake 03:26

03 - Sandy's Blues 06:50

04 - Going Up The Country 02:54

05 - Walking By Myself 02:33

06 - Boogie Music 03:24

07 - One Kind Favor 04:49

08 - Parthenogenesis Pts. 1-9 19:59


01 - Refried Boogie, Pt. 1 20:09

02 - Refried Boogie, Pt. 2 21:04

Canned Heat here:


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Merzy 1996 Real Good Trouble

Genre: Rock
Rate: 192 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:03:07
Size: 87,07 MB


"Pure Fucking Rock” was the motto, when the rock trio MERZY from the island Funen in Denmark was founded in 1988. MERZY did a meteoric career, when they only one year after establishing the band released the first album “MERZY” all over Europe. It was MERZY’s springboard to the openhearted enthusiasm from the big rock magazines. The “praises” was given for energy, eagerness and the capacity to play and that they didn’t ride the wave of homogeneity, which was so favoured at the time, but went into a different direction - back to the roots – with their refreshing and pure rock. (


01 - Concrete Shuffle 02:48

02 - Real Good Trouble 04:08

03 - Hole In My Soul 03:35

04 - One More Drink 04:35

05 - The Laundromat 05:25

06 - Nowhere To Run 04:38

07 - Blood Red Eyes 04:12

08 - Crank It Up 03:57

09 - Breaking My Heart 03:25

10 - Don't Waste My Money 03:47

11 - Kiss That Monkey 04:04

12 - Only The Strong Will Survive 03:41

13 - Walking In The Rain 04:01

14 - Victim Of Illusion 03:36

15 - Misty Morning 02:58

16 - The Boogie Man 04:17

Merzy here:



Saturday, June 16, 2012

Xebec 1981 Calm Before The Storm

Genre: Southern Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:32:18
Size: 73,82 MB

United States

"Xebec /ze-bek/ A three masted sailing ship with overhanging bow & stern used in the Mediterranean Sea by pirates from the Barbary Coast."

Fantastic Hard Southern Rock from Oklahoma/USA - excellent double lead and slide guitars. XEBEC released only this album in 1981.


Jeff Myers - vocals, harp
Jeff Parker - guitar, slide, piano
Kim May - guitar
Carl Goff Jr. - bass
Mike Higgins - drums


01 - Calm Before The Storm 03:26

02 - In The Sun 03:26

03 - Which Way Will You Go? 03:53

04 - Buchanan Street 02:31

05 - One More Show 03:00

06 - High Style 03:57

07 - Spirit Of The City 04:34

08 - Save Your Time 04:05

09 - Dancin 03:26

Xebec here:



Greg Serrato 2005 Live At The Coach House

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:09:36
Size: 159,30 MB

United States

This cd is a must smokes!


01 - Backfire 05:27

02 - Phil Billy Stomp 02:33

03 - Like A Tornado 09:09

04 - Something Fine 03:32

05 - Hideaway 04:53

06 - Life By The Drop 02:17

07 - Your Guilty Conscience 08:30

08 - All Along The Watch Tower 05:08

09 - Funky Kenny Drum Solo 03:57

10 - Holy Smokes 04:45

11 - Child Of The Blues 05:16

12 - Voodoo Child (Slight Return) 08:35

13 - Before You Accuse Me 03:26

14 - Locomotive Strat 02:08

Greg Serrato here:



Friday, June 15, 2012

Ron Hacker 1994 I Got Tattooed

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:35:30
Size: 81,19 MB

United States

Live acoustic blues.


Ron Hacker (guitar/vocals)
Johnnie V (guitar/bgvocals)
Eugene Huggins (harmonica/bgvocals)
Slim Snake (guitar)


01 - One Wife Too Many 04:41

02 - I Asked Sweet Momma 04:13

03 - Redcross Store 04:05

04 - Last Go Round 02:44

05 - Death Letter Blues 04:58

06 - Two Women 02:10

07 - Big Leg Woman 03:58

08 - You Got To Move 05:12

09 - I Got Tattooed 03:29

Ron Hacker here:

Thanks to a friend of SBR for sharing this album!



Stone The Crows 1970 Ode To John Law

Genre: Blues-Rock
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:45:59
Size: 105,16 MB

United Kingdom

This album is a stone classic (pun intended).Cut 1:"Sad Mary", present-tense ruminations of Mary Queen of Scots awaiting & being lead to her beheading,musical portryal of the moment the axe blade falls.Cut 2:"Friend" a wonderful haunting soulful dirge imploring 'open up your body let a friend in'.Cut 3:"Love" another dirge imploring 'give me your love, I want your love, give me your love..., in this world of false ideals, love you can count on..'Cut 4:"Mad Dogs And Englishmen" light relief about the good times the band had touring as back up to a top-hatted singer/pianist and his band. Cut5:"Things Are Getting Better", slow anthem to 'those who died for us fight for freedom every day.Cut 6:"Ode To John Law", present-tense talking to a riot cop 'Listen please dear John, go easy with that stick, cause if you keep on hitting I'll fall and then you'll kick'. Cut7:"Danger Zone" ruminations on the state of the modern world, 'Just read your paper and you'll see just what exactly has been bothering me'. (Cut 8 bonus track, an edited-for-radio-play version of cut 5 but a nice alternative way to finish the album if you want to end on a positive note or can't be bothered programming it out). The musical mood of most of the album is is one of sadness and of coping with the cruelty of life, with a sombre eerie feel to the musical arrangements, which have strong influences from American Indian drumming & chanting, soulful slow psychedelia tinged guitar solos and prominent organ fills and dynamic shading. As always the lead singer Maggie Bell is as one with the rest of the band. For me,"Danger Zone" is outstanding in an album full of gems. I'd suggest anyone who likes to explore music that's a little different take a punt on this one. If you're already an STC fan you won't be dissappointed. I rate it as my favourite. (Jamie Anderson)


01 - Sad Mary 06:54

02 - Friend 06:29

03 - Love 06:36

04 - Mad Dog And Englishman 03:35

05 - Things Are Getting Better 06:11

06 - Ode To John Law 05:47

07 - Danger Zone 06:22

08 - Things Are Getting Better - Single Version 04:05

Stone The Crows here:

Thanks to a friend of SBR for sharing this album!



Thursday, June 14, 2012

Gregor Hilden Band 2007 Greg's Bluesnight - Live In Concert

Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:18:17
Size: 179,01 MB


Album Notes

Founded by guitar player Gregor Hilden (please check out other Gregor Hilden CDs here at cd-baby). Featuring The "Greg's Bluesnight Band" plus international Blues-Artists, including Larry Garner, Tom Principato, Travis Haddix, Mz Dee and other. A fantastic Live recording and a true collector's item! running time is over 78 minutes with great live blues and R&B.


01 - C. C. Rider feat. Ron Williams 04:31

02 - Bad Bad Whiskey feat. Horst Bergmeyer 05:31

03 - I Gotta Move Out Of This Neighborhood feat. Tommy Schneller 12:45

04 - Big Boss Man feat. Fast Eddie Wilkinson 08:27

05 - Cold Chill feat. Larry Garner 08:34

06 - Steal Away feat. Mz Dee 04:21

07 - Going Home feat. Al Jones 03:15

08 - Inner City Blues feat. Jim Kahr 09:32

09 - My Secret feat. Travis Haddix 10:06

10 - I Hear You Knocking feat. Tom Principato 07:16

11 - Bonus Track Medley feat. Boo Boo Davis 03:59

Gregor Hilden Band here:



Omar & The Howlers 1995 World Wide Open

Genre: Rock
Rate: 128 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:45:25
Size: 41,47 MB

United States

review by Thom Owens

Supported by a new batch of Howlers, Omar Dykes doesn't show any signs of wear and tear on World Wide Open. The band continues to turn out a gut-busting mixture of blues and dirty rock & roll, occasionally sounding like Howlin' Wolf, other times like the Stones or Creedence Clearwater Revival. As always, the quality of songs is slightly inconsistent but the band never sounds tired -- they perform with as much energy, if not more, than they ever have.


01 - Mystery Walk 03:50

02 - Hey Joe 03:38

03 - Sugar Ditch 05:00

04 - Mail Order Mojo 02:43

05 - Got My Heart Set On You 02:57

06 - Low Down Dirty Blues 04:27

07 - Highway 49 04:26

08 - Fire In The House 04:10

09 - Red River 03:37

10 - No More Cane 03:36

11 - Enough Is Enough 03:39

12 - World Of Trouble 03:22

Omar & The Howlers here:



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