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I Didn't Know About You

Archie Shepp Quartet

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1
Go Down Moses (Let My People Go)
00:11:02

Copyright Control, Composer - Archie Shepp Quartet, MainArtist

(C) 1991 Timeless Records (P) 1991 Timeless Records

2
I Didn't Know About You
00:10:13

Copyright Control, Composer - Archie Shepp Quartet, MainArtist

(C) 1991 Timeless Records (P) 1991 Timeless Records

3
Billie's Bossa
00:05:51

Copyright Control, Composer - Archie Shepp Quartet, MainArtist

(C) 1991 Timeless Records (P) 1991 Timeless Records

4
Hot House
00:07:34

Copyright Control, Composer - Archie Shepp Quartet, MainArtist

(C) 1991 Timeless Records (P) 1991 Timeless Records

5
The Good Life
00:09:47

Copyright Control, Composer - Archie Shepp Quartet, MainArtist

(C) 1991 Timeless Records (P) 1991 Timeless Records

6
Now's the Time
00:05:32

Copyright Control, Composer - Archie Shepp Quartet, MainArtist

(C) 1991 Timeless Records (P) 1991 Timeless Records

7
Ask Me Now
00:04:48

Copyright Control, Composer - Archie Shepp Quartet, MainArtist

(C) 1991 Timeless Records (P) 1991 Timeless Records

8
Party-Time
00:09:27

Copyright Control, Composer - Archie Shepp Quartet, MainArtist

(C) 1991 Timeless Records (P) 1991 Timeless Records

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