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  • 11/17/16--09:50: Amsteram Calling 2016
    Amsteram Calling 2016 (2016)
    2016 | Pulsetone Muted | Deep House, Tech House, Techno, House
    320 Kbps | 02:53:24 | 400 Mb

    Tracks List:
    01. Educe – Second Epic 03:58
    02. T Frisenda – Nature Sensation 06:32
    03. Sam One – Dancefloor (Mamsonic O10c Mix) 05:10
    04. Burhan – The Honeymooners 06:16
    05. Filtercut – Time Wont Wait (Radio Version) 03:40
    06. MackX and Ollie S. – Bumper 06:57
    07. Andrea La Rosa – Ondulation 06:39
    08. X.feelinx – Mental Desert (Andrew Johnson Remix) 07:06
    09. Chillelektro – Eggum 06:42
    10. Viz – Deep Dream 07:02
    11. L.ap. – Ddt 06:53
    12. Psycho – Global (Remix 2016) 06:06
    13. Smooth Cafe Lounge – Face Your House (Classic 90s Mix) 04:44
    14. Kambra – French Touch 04:22
    15. Jacques Guzzi – Sampled Mutants 05:46
    16. Reunion Ensemble – Ngoma 06:55
    17. Christian Belt – Endless 07:43
    18. Schall and Klang – Bells 07:14
    19. DJ Lupin – Pompa 07:17
    20. Adam P – Who Is Who (Club Version) 05:49
    21. Christine Lau, Dominik Vaillant & Sebastian Schroeder – Keep The Fire 06:51
    22. DJ Eef – I Love You (DJ Al1 Remix) 05:32
    23. Silvio Rodrigues – The Interview 07:10
    24. Platnlos – Lucy Sky Diamonds 03:29
    25. B.u.g – No Luv 07:20
    26. Andy Lane – Ignorance 07:22
    27. Mr. Rog – Napoli 06:54
    28. Dominik Stuppy – Fuck Haters 05:55

    Amsterdam Dance Event is a must for every Dj, Producer and the whole music industrie. Also fans and electronic dance music lovers around the globe travelling each year to Amsterdam to join this event in hundrets of locations and clubs. Pulsetone Muted pulled out 28 handselected Deep House, Tech House and Techno tracks as a playlist to take you from party to party and also as a remembrance for this event.


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    Marina Rossell – Canta Moustaki (2011) (FLAC)
    Released: 2011 | Track: 13 | Country: Spain | FLAC | Time: 00:41:05 | Label: World Village | Artwork Included | 3% Recovery Added | 229 MB
    Genre: Pop

    01. El Metec
    02. Ma Llibertat
    03. Hi Havia un Jardí
    04. El Mar M'Ha Donat
    05. Ma Solitud
    06. Balla
    07. Els Amants S'estimen un Temps
    08. En el Mediterrani
    09. El Carter
    10. Hiroshima
    11. Sense Anomenar-la
    12. MÃrmara
    13. El Metec (II)
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    VA - Rough Guide To Ethiopian Jazz (2016)

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: Rough Guide To Ethiopian Jazz
    Year Of Release: 2016
    Label (Catalog#): World Music Network/Music Rough Guides [RGNET1350CD]
    Genre: World Music, Ethiopian Jazz, Folk
    Quality: FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 54:40
    Full Size: 333 mb
    Upload: Turbobit / DepFile / HitFile

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    Michael Packer – No Use Running From The Blues (2002) (FLAC)
    Released: 2002 | Track: 12 | Country: US | FLAC | Time: 00:45:43 | Label: Hall Music | Artwork Included | 3% Recovery Added | 341 MB
    Genre: Blues

    01. Your Problems and Mine
    02. Took My Gun
    03. One of These Days
    04. Take Me to Texas
    05. Recovered Soul
    06. I Can't Keep From Crying
    07. Straight to Her heart
    08. Dreams
    09. Downtown
    10. Roll With the Punches
    11. Goin' New York
    12. Life's a One Way Ticket
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    VA – Hot For Us 06 – B (2016)
    Not For Us – NFU 173 | 2016 | VA – Hot For Us 06 – B (2016)
    Tech House | 320 kbps | 01:22:26 | 189 mb

    1. Rods Novaes/Wender A – Baile En La Hacienda (08:38)
    2. Allan Villar – Shriners (07:48)
    3. Arnaldo Miranda – Confused (06:09)
    4. B-NY & No Mike – Watch Yourself (05:45)
    5. Dub Recycle – Lost Control (feat Mari-Anna) (07:30)
    6. Giu Diana – Answers (07:18)
    7. Klankvol – Downtown Bin (07:02)
    8. Rodrigo Carreira & Luigi Gori – Resonate (05:32)
    9. Rogerio Animal/Branco Simonetti – The Music Trip (06:24)
    10. Stereo Karma – Maytrea (06:58)
    11. Tiago De Renor – Prophet (07:00)
    12. Wagner Scorsatto – Sick (06:22)
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    Nina Vidal – The Open-Ended Fantasy (2011)
    The Open-Ended Fantasy | 2011 | CCG Recordings
    Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Soul | Mp3/320 | 50:17 | 125 Mb

    1. Inside Outside
    2. Cigarette & Wine
    3. Games
    4. Let's Just Stay In
    5. Good Love
    6. Little Bit
    7. My Love
    8. Fragile
    9. The Open-Ended Fantasy
    10. Starry Night
    11. Believe Again
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  • 11/17/16--10:20: Bis Zentrum 21 (2016)
    Bis Zentrum 21 (2016)
    2016 | Bis Zum Zum Sounds | Techno
    320 Kbps | 02:11:20 | 301 Mb

    Tracks List:
    01. Mirko Worz – Symphony (Franx remix) 06:06
    02. EpZ – B.side (original mix) 08:25
    03. Cabalist – In The Spirit (original mix) 06:38
    04. Excitation – Talking Clocks (original mix) 05:00
    05. Techno Anarchy – Void (original mix) 04:16
    06. Joven Misterio – Ending (original mix) 03:54
    07. Alex Sayvin – Piano Dynamite (original mix) 05:40
    08. Pepote – V1 (original mix) 05:45
    09. Niko – World Invasion (Danny Romano dub mix) 05:12
    10. KAPEG – Rec (original mix) 06:48
    11. Tamer Fouda – Dark Mind (original mix) 07:08
    12. Marco Marzulli – Motion (original mix) 06:33
    13. Sam Draugluin – Rapper's Delight (original mix) 09:30
    14. USER 46010 – SEI (original mix) 08:00
    15. Jak Michaels – D01 (original mix) 05:12
    16. Angel Guijarro – Mamame (original mix) 06:26
    17. F1avio – Dark (original mix) 05:43
    18. Bainzu – Bill Paid (original mix) 07:47
    19. Unconscious – Introspection (original mix) 07:18
    20. High Frequencies – Vendetta (original mix) 08:38
    21. Angel Guijarro – I See Coming (original mix) 07:15
    22. Analog Effect & GABY – Change Of Heart 06:46


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    Ritchie Dave Porter – Rocking The Blues (2014) Lossless
    Rocking The Blues | 2014 | Higher Vibration Music
    Blues, Rockin' Blues, British Blues | Flac (image, .cue, log) | 50:00 | 400 Mb (covers)

    01. Return To The Saddle
    02. Ain't Giving Up On Love
    03. 3Am
    04. Waiting For The Train
    05. Morphine Blues
    06. I'm Back
    07. Into The Darkness
    08. One Night
    09. Lord Have Mercy
    10. Rabbit In The Hole
    11. Autumn
    12. The Stygian Witch
    13. Spanish Rose
    14. Rock Chick
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    VA - Rough Guide To Ethiopian Jazz (2016) Lossless

    Artist: Various Artists
    Title Of Album: Rough Guide To Ethiopian Jazz
    Year Of Release: 2016
    Label (Catalog#): World Music Network/Music Rough Guides [RGNET1350CD]
    Genre: World Music, Ethiopian Jazz, Folk
    Quality: FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 54:40
    Full Size: 333 mb
    WebSite: Album Preview

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    VA - Rough Guide To Ethiopian Jazz (2016) Lossless

    Label (Catalog#): World Music Network/Music Rough Guides [RGNET1350CD]
    Genre: World Music, Ethiopian Jazz, Folk
    Quality: FLAC (tracks +.cue,log,scans)
    Bitrate: Lossless
    Time: 54:40
    Full Size: 333 mb
    WebSite: Album Preview

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    Louis Prima & Keely Smith – Hey Boy! Hey Girl! / Swingin' Pretty (2009) (FLAC)
    Released: 2009 | Track: 28 | Country: US | FLAC | Time: 01:14:31 | Label: DRG Records – 8409 | Artwork Included | 3% Recovery Added | 467 MB
    Genre: Blues, Pop

    Hey Boy! Hey Girl! – Louis Prima & Keely Smith (1959)
    01. Hey Boy! Hey Girl!
    02. Banana Split For My Baby
    03. You Are My Love
    04. Fever
    05. Oh, Marie
    06. Lazy River
    07. Nitey-Nite
    08. When The Saints Go Marching In
    09. Autumn Leaves
    10. Hey Boy! Hey Girl! (reprise)
    11. I've Got You Under My Skin (bonus track)
    12. The Lip (bonus track)
    13. (Nothing's Too Good) For My Baby (bonus track)
    14. Don't Let A Memory (bonus track)
    Swingin' Pretty – Keely Smith (1959)
    15. It's Magic
    16. It's Been A Long, Long Time
    17. Stormy Weather
    18. Indian Love Call
    19. The Nearness Of You
    20. What Is This Thing Called Love?
    21. The Man I Love
    22. You're Driving Me Crazy
    23. Stardust
    24. There Will Never Be Another You
    25. Someone To Watch Over Me
    26. What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry?
    27. A Foggy Day (Live) (bonus track)
    28. Don't Take Your Love From Me (bonus track)
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    ZZ Top – The Very Baddest (2014)
    The Very Baddest | 2014 | Warner Bros.
    Blues Rock, Southern Rock | Mp3 320 / Flac (image, .cue, log) | 149:30 | 449 Mb / 1,16 Gb (covers)

    CD 1
    01. Gimme All Your Lovin' (3:31)
    02. Sharp Dressed Man (2:59)
    03. La Grange (2005 Remastered Version) (3:50)
    04. Tush (2:14)
    05. (Somebody Else Been) Shaking Your Tree (2:35)
    06. Francine (3:33)
    07. Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers (Remastered Version) (3:25)
    08. It's Only Love (4:23)
    09. Arrested For Driving While Blind (3:06)
    10. I Thank You (3:01)
    11. Cheap Sunglasses (2:40)
    12. Tube Snake Boogie (3:03)
    13. Pearl Necklace (Remastered LP Version) (4:05)
    14. Just Got Paid (4:27)
    15. Waitin' For The Bus (2:53)
    16. Jesus Just Left Chicago (3:28)
    17. Heard It On The X (Remastered Version) (2:24)
    18. I'm Bad, I'm Nationwide (4:46)
    19. Dust My Broom (3:09)
    20. Velcro Fly (2:54)
    21. Party On The Patio (2:49)
    CD 2
    01. Viva Las Vegas (4:03)
    02. Pincushion (4:33)
    03. Legs [Single Version] (3:36)
    04. Got Me Under Pressure (Remastered LP Version) (3:58)
    05. Sleeping Bag (4:03)
    06. Rough Boy (3:50)
    07. Doubleback (3:56)
    08. My Head's In Mississippi (4:21)
    09. Give It Up (3:29)
    10. Just Got Back From Baby's (4:10)
    11. Blue Jeans Blues (Remastered Version) (4:39)
    12. She's Just Killing Me (4:57)
    13. What's Up With That (5:20)
    14. Rhythmeen (3:53)
    15. Loaded (3:48)
    16. Fearless Boogie (4:01)
    17. Mescalero (3:49)
    18. Que Lastima (4:26)
    19. As Time Goes By (4:32)
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    Patrick Dodd – Several Seasons (1996) Lossless
    Several Seasons | 1996 | Rockingchair Records
    Blues Rock | APE (image, .cue, log) | 32:38 | 192 Mb (covers)

    01. Silence
    02. Memphis Blues
    03. Several Seasons
    04. Broken Bed
    05. Song for a Letter, A
    06. Stay Still
    07. Wino, The
    08. Can Anyone Hear Me?
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  • 11/17/16--10:59: Infinity Hits Future (2016)
  • Infinity Hits Future (2016)

    Artist: Various Performers
    Title: Infinity Hits Future
    Style: Reggaeton, Moombahton, Redrum, Dubstep, Country, Segway, Pop Mash Up, Reggae
    Release Date: 17-11-2016
    Format: CD, Compilation
    Quality: 320 Kbps/Joint Stereo/44100Hz
    Tracks: 145 Tracks
    Size: 1270 Mb / 09:13:52 Min

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    Stony Plain Records announces a November 18 release date for Rory Block’s new CD, Keepin’ Outta Trouble, the sixth album in her “Mentor Series” saluting the blues masters who’ve had a profound impact on her music. This time she pays tribute to Bukka White, one of the most influential country blues artists in history, bringing the soul and meaning of White’s songs to life as if heard for the first time since they were written and performed by the man, himself.

    Rory Block is one of the most-acclaimed acoustic blues artists. She has won five Blues Music Awards in the “Traditional Blues Female Artist” and “Acoustic Blues Album of the Year” categories from The Blues Foundation.

    Keepin’ Outta Trouble: a Tribute to Bukka White, was produced by Rory Block and Rob Davis. All guitars and vocals are performed by Rory Block, who also plays various percussion parts, including: “guitar bongos,” plastic storage tubs and boxes of Quaker Oats with wooden spoons and plastic salad forks. Rory uses her Martin Signature Model guitar throughout with a 14 mm deep well socket for a slide.

    “I met Bukka White in the back room of a Greenwich Village night club one evening in 1965,” recalls Block of her first meeting. “His face was like a painting. He exuded awesome power and intensity. He had a huge presence even though he was not particularly tall. Clearly he’d been down a thousand roads. Watching him perform was transformative. Bukka had absolutely no mercy on the guitar and slammed it like Paul Bunyan wielding an axe.”

    Rory Block displays her own brand of ferocious guitar playing on the tracks of the new CD with interpretations of White’s tunes, as well as original songs inspired by Bukka White’s sound.

    “Recently, I asked a friend who knew Bukka if he could tell me a little more about him,” she explains in the album’s liner notes. “My friend’s answer was evocative, and ultimately I wove the essence of his tales into the songs I wrote for this recording (though they are not factually accurate as much as artistically inspired). The day and time in which the blues was born was a unique universe. Bar room brawls, traveling outlaws and a certain amount of mayhem was common place. It made for incredibly interesting folklore, but in the end what transcended everything was the music.

    “More than any other artist in my ‘Mentor Series,’ Bukka inspired me to write new songs. His hammering groove led me down a syncopated path of unfolding ideas, and before I knew it the start of another Bukka song had digressed into a new melody with a story inspired by the largeness of Bukka’s energy.”

    Rory Block also describes in her notes the process of recording the new album, how the sequencing ultimately was determined and White’s place in blues history. “At first we sequenced the songs in the order in which I recorded them. This usually makes sense because when choosing the next song I look for a different tempo and key. Originally the first several songs started as Bukka tracks, but almost immediately morphed into stories using his life and music as the launching point. Later, we rearranged the order to get to Bukka’s classic material sooner. However I kept the first two originals in the lineup, ‘Keepin’ Outta Trouble’and‘Bukka’s Day,’ because in these songs I am a kind of opening act, attempting to lay the ground work with a little imagined biography. Then we get to Bukka’s material: ‘Aberdeen Mississippi Blues,’ ‘Fixin’ To Die Blues,’ ‘Panama Limited’ and ‘Parchman Farm Blues.’ The energy of the old timey groove in Bukka’s recordings (from which this tribute is inspired), attests to why the early players had such power and strength. I always say that no one will ever be Bukka, or Son, or Robert… but it’s good to try!”

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    Hill has announced the release of Deep Tracks, which will feature a wide range of songs from past albums that were never released as singles. But there are also three previously unreleased songs among the 13 tracks, titled “Why,” “Boy” and “Come to Jesus.”

    The songs on the collection are selections from across four of Hill’s albums that “remain some of my favorites,” she says in a press release.

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    Music Icon Robert Earl Keen is set to release the highly-anticipated new double disc album inspired by his acclaimed No. 2 Live Dinner originally recorded live and once again captured at America’s legendary dancehall, John T. Floore’s Country Store, in the beautiful hill country of Helotes, Texas. In celebration of the 20th anniversary of No. 2 Live Dinner, Dualtone will release Live Dinner Reunion, a collection of Keen’s biggest hits and buddy collaborations. Joining Keen on stage for the historic event were Joe Ely, Cory Morrow, Cody Canada, Cody Braun of Reckless Kelly, Bruce Robison and former college room-mate and touring compadre, Lyle Lovett.

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    On Sept. 1, the legendary Haitian group Tabou Combo took their classic compas to the stage at the Lincoln Center Atrium. Excerpts from that show are featured in our program Afropop Live! 2016. Producer Morgan Greenstreet sat down with the band manager, composer and second singer Yves Joseph, known as “Fan Fan.” Morgan brought with him a vinyl record, entitled New York City, released in 1975. Fan Fan was delighted to see it:


    Morgan Greenstreet: I wanted to ask you about this record New York City.

    Yves “Fan Fan” Joseph : Yes, this is our first number one hit! [Laughs] in 1974! Oh my God!

    Tell me about how it was recorded.

    This album was recorded live in a studio on Broadway, it was on Broadway and 52nd St., called Broadway Recording. I’m saying it was recorded live, because at time, you couldn’t play any way but live, ’cause you had to play an instrument; there were no sequencers, there were no computers and stuff like that. So everybody had to get to the studio and start playing music.

    I remember it was recorded on a Sunday morning, like 6 o’clock in the morning, it was after a gig, and everyone got in a car and went to the studio and we start recording this record. [Laughs]

    That’s awesome.


    But, the way they marketed it, it was as if it were recorded live at the carnival in Brooklyn. But this picture, this is Eastern Parkway, right?

    This is Eastern Parkway, it’s like the first time we played in Eastern Parkway, there was a bunch of people.

    Was that part of carnival itself?

    It was Labor Day! Yeah, it was Labor Day, the same thing that’s coming up on Monday.

    So what was carnival like then?

    It was a lot of people, a lot more Haitians. I haven’t been there for quite a while, but I understand it’s very organized, security is very tight, at that time it was just like a big party, you know, everybody was in the street and there were not a lot of cops.

    That seems to have changed.

    A lot.

    You feel like there used to be more Haitians there… do you feel like the carnival is still for Haitians now?

    No, although we probably have more Haitians in New York than back then, Haitians at that time were more involved in Haitian music; I think music was the only thing they had. There was no Internet, Facebook, Twitter, so everybody was into music, and TV was not really part of…there was nothing really going on TV.

    Everybody was looking for the culture. It was 1974. That’s the time when the first wave of Haitians started to leave Haiti and come to the United States, everybody was nostalgic for Haiti, so that’s why they gathered.

    Everybody had a chance to see one another, “Oh, I haven’t seen you in a long time!” You see your friend, you see your cousin, you didn’t even know they were in the United States. So that was that time.

    So you’ve been here, you’ve been based in Brooklyn since then.

    Since ’71.

    Can you reflect on how the music scene, especially for Haitian music, has changed since then?

    Drastically. There were less bands; now everybody plays music, because of the computer age, even people who are not musicians, they play music now. They sit home, sit in their basement and work on the computer and come out with a song. At that time, everybody had to be a musician. So, to be a musician, you had to work hard, you had to work on your trade, you had to work on your instrument, you had to go school, you know? But now, everybody can play music, so you have a proliferation of Haitian bands, which is not bad, but I feel that, you know, musicians should play music, not computer programmers. [Laughs]

    I understand. So especially with a band like Tabou Combo, you have such a long legacy, there’s so much music. I’d like for you to pick four tracks from anywhere across the whole history of the group and tell us a little bit about each:

    1. So definitely “New York City” should be one of the tracks that I should pick!

    “New York City” was our first major hit, and that gave us, that propelled us into the international scene. 

    What is the song about? It puts us in the city…

    Nostalgia! It says, “We’re here in the United States, you know, we just go there, we think about Haiti, every night when we sleep, we think about what a change it is from New York City to Haiti. New York City it’s like you have to go to work every day, no time to rest, and…I can’t wait to go back to Haiti.” That’s what “New York City” is all about.

    O.K., and yet you didn’t go back, you’re here!

    [Laughs] We still here, and we love it! I mean, we got used to it; you gotta get used to it.

    2) “Mabouya.”

    “Mabouya” is a song that has been played by, covered by Carlos Santana on his album Shaman. And every time Carlos Santana plays, he plays “Mabouya.”

    [Santana calls the song “Foo Foo” for some reason].

    3) “Baissez Bas.” That’s one of the major hits in the Caribbean Islands.

    4) “Aux Antilles.” That’s another good song. All these songs are major hits, they remind us of, they put us in a different scene, they put us in a different era.

    Nice! So what are you up to now? I see the band has been pretty busy.

    We’re preparing our 50th anniversary. August 24 was our 40th anniversary and we didn’t celebrate because we’re waiting to do a big bash for our 50th. We wanted to make it to 50 and I hope we do. Whatever comes after, you know, comes after. But we just wanted to reach the 50th anniversary as a turning point in our career, or in Haitian music, because I don’t think any other band in the Haitian music scene has lasted 50 years with all the original members. That’s a plus.

    Thank you!

    Thank you very much and God bless.

    For more deep background on Tabou Combo and the roots of Haitian music, see the Best of The Beat on Afropop features listed below:

    Best of The Beat on Afropop: Haiti 101, Part Two–Compas! Compas! Compas!

    Best of The Beat on Afropop: Haiti 101–Legends of Haitian Music, Part One

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    1. Maggie’s Farm – The Boomchucks
    2. Boots of Spanish Leather – Dave Simonett
    3. One Too Many Mornings – Murder of Crows
    4. Quinn the Eskimo – Quinn the Eskimo
    5. I Want You – The Social Animals
    6. Subterranean Homesick Blues – Subterranean Homesick Blues
    7. Like a Rolling Stone – Timothy Martin & the New Norm
    8. Billy 1 – Feeding Leroy
    9. Going, Going, Gone – The Social Disaster
    10. Isis – Superior Siren
    11. Things Have Changed – Space Carpet
    12. Something There Is About You – Actual Wolf
    13. Million Dollar Bash – Wood Blind
    14. Desolation Row – Mary Bue
    15. Lay Down Your Weary Tune – The Weary Tunesmiths

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    After the Allman Brothers split up in 1982, Dickey Betts formed a new band, recruiting Jimmy Hall (Wet Willie) as co-leader. Fellow ABB members Chuck Leavell, David Goldflies and Butch Trucks joined, forming the Betts, Hall, Leavell, and Trucks Band (aka BHLT).


    01. Nothing You Can Do (There Ain’t) (3:59)
    02. Whole Lotta Memories (5:01)
    03. Lorraine (4:25)
    04. One Track Mind (5:25)
    05. Ramblin’ Man (4:36)
    06. Rain (4:21)
    07. Pick a Little Boogie (3:46)
    08. Let Me Ride (4:43)
    09. Stop Knocking On My Door (4:16)
    10. Cadillac Tracks (12:12)
    11. Jessica (8:53)
    12. Southbound (8:02)
    13. Bet Rollin’ (4:27)
    14. B I Believe to my Soul (5:22)

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