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Lenny Breau|The Living Room Tapes, Vol. 1

The Living Room Tapes, Vol. 1

Lenny Breau & Brad Terry

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The Living Room Tapes, Vol. 1

Lenny Breau

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1
How High The Moon
00:07:49

Lenny Breau, MainArtist - Brad Terry, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 1988 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1988 Amerco, LLC.

2
You Needed Me
00:05:08

Lenny Breau, MainArtist - Brad Terry, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 1988 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1988 Amerco, LLC.

3
Blues For Carole
00:09:06

Lenny Breau, MainArtist - Brad Terry, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 1988 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1988 Amerco, LLC.

4
The Claw
00:03:04

Lenny Breau, MainArtist - Brad Terry, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 1988 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1988 Amerco, LLC.

5
Secret Love
00:07:53

Lenny Breau, MainArtist - Brad Terry, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 1988 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1988 Amerco, LLC.

6
Sweet Georgia Brown
00:06:28

Lenny Breau, MainArtist - Brad Terry, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 1988 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1988 Amerco, LLC.

7
Foolish Heart
00:05:33

Lenny Breau, MainArtist - Brad Terry, Producer, MainArtist

(C) 1988 Musical Heritage Society (P) 1988 Amerco, LLC.

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