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Bartenders Blues

JAMES TAYLOR

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Bartenders Blues (Live) 00:04:06

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2
Steamroller - Bonus Track (Live) 00:02:55

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3
Lighthouse (Live) 00:04:17

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Rainy Day Man - Bonus Track (Live) 00:02:42

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Riding On A Railroad (Live) 00:02:38

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Secret Of Life (Live) 00:03:28

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Dance (Live) 00:02:25

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Hey Mister, That's Me Up On The Jukebox (Live) 00:03:55

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Shower The People (Live) 00:04:17

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10
Carolina In My Mind (Encore) - Bonus Track (Live) 00:03:16

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I Was A Fool To Care (Live) 00:04:16

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12
Carolina In My Mind (Live) 00:03:52

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13
Mexico (Live) 00:03:22

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Hello Old Friend (Live) 00:03:11

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15
Anywhere Like Heaven (Live) 00:03:00

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Walking Man (Live) 00:03:30

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17
Everybody Has The Blues (Live) 00:01:57

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18
Family Man (Live) 00:03:33

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Fire And Rain (Live) 00:04:17

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