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The Sky Kings|1992

1992

The Sky Kings

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1992

The Sky Kings

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1
Till the Money's All Gone
00:02:44

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Composer, Co-Producer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Eddie Bayers, Jr., Drums - Rusty Young - Bill Lloyd, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist - John Cowan, Composer, Lyricist - Pat Simmons, Electric Guitar - Bill Cuomo, Piano

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

2
One Tear at a Time
00:03:16

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Acoustic Guitar, Co-Producer - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Tom Roady, Percussion - Al Kooper, Organ - Greg Jennings, Slide Guitar - Rusty Young, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Lyricist - Bill Lloyd, Electric Guitar - Craig Krampf, Drums - John Cowan - Bill Cuomo, Synthesizer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

3
(Takin' These) Blues to the Highway
00:03:47

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Co-Producer, Electric Guitar - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Tom Roady, Percussion - Rusty Young, Dobro - Bill Lloyd - Craig Krampf, Drums - Sam Bush, Fiddle - John Cowan - Pat Simmons, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Nothing Less Than Love
00:04:10

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Co-Producer, Electric Guitar - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Eddie Bayers, Jr., Drums - Rusty Young, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Lyricist - Bill Lloyd, Electric Guitar - John Cowan - Pat Simmons, Electric Guitar - Bill Cuomo, Strings - Wayne Tester, Composer, Lyricist, Percussion

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

5
I Could Get Used to This
00:03:28

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Co-Producer, Electric Guitar - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Rusty Young, Dobro - Paul Leim, Percussion - Bill Lloyd, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Lyricist - John Cowan - Pat Simmons - Jay Spell, Accordion - Steven Diamond, Composer, Lyricist - Sam Lorber, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Wichita Way
00:04:25

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Co-Producer - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Eddie Bayers, Jr., Drums - Leon Russell - Rusty Young, Dobro - Bill Lloyd, Acoustic Guitar - Sam Bush, Fiddle - John Cowan, Composer, Guitar, Lyricist - Pat Simmons, Acoustic Guitar - Webb Wilder - Fred Koller, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

7
In a Heartbeat
00:03:12

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Acoustic Guitar, Co-Producer - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Tom Roady, Percussion - Al Kooper, Organ - Rusty Young, Acoustic Guitar - Bill Lloyd, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Lyricist - Craig Krampf, Drums - John Cowan, Bass - Pat Simmons, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist - Bill Cuomo, Piano

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

8
Bad Memory
00:04:10

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Co-Producer - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Eddie Bayers, Jr., Drums - Rusty Young, Acoustic Guitar - Bill Lloyd, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist - John Cowan - Pat Simmons, Electric Guitar - Bill Cuomo, Synthesizer

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

9
Fallin' for the Last Time
00:04:06

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Main Artist - Carl Marsh, Synthesizer - Eddie Bayers, Jr., Drums - Rusty Young, Electric Guitar - Larry Lee - Bill Lloyd, Electric Guitar - John Cowan - Pat Simmons, Composer, Electric Guitar, Lyricist - Bill Cuomo, Synthesizer - Angello, Composer, Lyricist - Sommer, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

10
Old Hat
00:05:41

The Sky Kings, Associated Performer, Co-Producer, Main Artist - Josh Leo, Acoustic Guitar, Co-Producer - Larry Lee, Co-Producer - Carl Marsh, Strings - MATT ROLLINGS, Piano - Tom Roady, Percussion - Rusty Young, Acoustic Guitar, Composer, Lyricist - Bill Lloyd, Electric Guitar - Harry Stinson, Drums - John Cowan - Pat Simmons, Electric Guitar - Bill Cuomo, Synthesizer - Jack Sundrud, Composer, Lyricist

(P) 2014 Sony Music Entertainment

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