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Goin' Home

Archie Shepp & Horace Parlan

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Goin' Home
00:06:10

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

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Nobody Knows the Troubles I've Seen
00:04:43

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

3
Go Down Moses
00:04:21

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

4
Steal Away to Jesus
00:06:14

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

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Deep River
00:04:51

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

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My Lord What a Morning
00:04:40

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

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Amazing Grace
00:04:22

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

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Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child
00:05:20

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

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Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
00:02:43

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

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Come Sunday
00:07:45

Horace Parlan, MainArtist - Archie Shepp, MainArtist

(C) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS (P) 1985 SteepleChase Productions ApS

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