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Third Degree

Eric Clapton

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1
Motherless Child Live
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2
Malted Milk Live
00:03:43

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3
How Long Blues Live
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4
Kidman Blues Live
00:02:53

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County Jail Live
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Fourty Four Live
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Blues Leave Me Alone Live
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Standin' Round Crying Live
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Hoochie Coochie Man Live
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10
It Hurts Me Too Live
00:03:35

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Blues Before Sunrise Live
00:03:11

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12
Third Degree Live
00:05:14

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13
Reconsider Baby Live
00:03:48

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14
Sinner's Prayer Live
00:03:57

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15
I Can't Judge Nobody Live
00:03:01

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