John Prine In-Concert : The Lost Broadcasts

In-Concert : The Lost Broadcasts

John Prine

Released on September 14, 2018 by Vogon

Main artist: John Prine

Genre: Blues/Country/Folk > Country

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Album : 1 disk - 13 tracks Total length : 00:48:35

  1. 1 The Torch Singer

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  2. 2 Fish and Whistle

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  3. 3 Donald and Lydia

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  4. 4 Bottomless Lake

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  5. 5 Sam Stone

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  6. 6 That's the Way the World Goes Around

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  7. 7 Souvenirs

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  8. 8 Hello in There

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  9. 9 Hello in There

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  10. 10 Sam Stone

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  11. 11 Donald and Lydia

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  12. 12 Spanish Pipedream

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  13. 13 Flashback Blues

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