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Tracklist

1Dirty News3:20
2Mr. Charlie's Mule2:50
3Mighty Love Time2:55
4Stop Teasing Me2:20
5Miss Matie Mae2:30
6Call The Doctor2:40
7Time Waits On No One2:30
8Break It On Down2:57
9Wrapped In Sin2:55
10Can Be Your Friend2:40

Credits

  • BassDave Myers
  • DrumsFred Below
  • Harmonica, Lead VocalsSnooky Pryor
  • Lead GuitarHomesick James
  • Rhythm GuitarJoe Young

Notes

Cover gives release date as 1972. Label gives 1973.

Info

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Snooky Pryor - Snooky Pryor And The Country Blues mp3

Performer: Snooky Pryor

Title: Snooky Pryor And The Country Blues

Country: US

Release date: 1972

Label: Today Records

Catalog: TLP 1012

Genre: Blues

Size MP3: 2691 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 408

Record source: Vinyl, 12"

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