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Steve Lukather|Live At North Sea Jazz Festival

Live At North Sea Jazz Festival

Steve Lukather, Edgar Winter

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1
Smell Yourself (live)
00:05:05

Steve Lukather, Performer - Edgar Winter, Performer - Lukather, Composer, Writer

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2
Texas (live)
00:04:27

Steve Lukather, Performer - Edgar Winter, Performer, Composer, Writer

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3
Song for Jeff (live)
00:06:24

Steve Lukather, Performer - Edgar Winter, Performer - Lukather, Composer, Writer

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4
Redhouse (live)
00:07:26

Steve Lukather, Performer - Edgar Winter, Performer - Lukather, Composer, Writer - WinterStubbs, Composer - Winter, Writer - Stubbs, Writer

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5
Fly Away (live)
00:06:29

Steve Lukather, Performer - Edgar Winter, Performer, Composer, Writer

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6
Rock Medley (Johnny B Good, Whole Lotta Shakin Going On, Long Tall Sally (live))
00:06:11

Steve Lukather, Performer - Edgar Winter, Performer - Berry, Composer, Writer - Nicholas, Composer, Writer - Blackwell , Composer, Writer - Johnson, Composer, Writer - Pennman, Composer, Writer

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7
Tobacco Road (live)
00:13:12

Steve Lukather, Performer - Edgar Winter, Performer - Loudermilk, Composer, Writer

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8
Frankenstein (live)
00:16:19

Steve Lukather, Performer - Edgar Winter, Performer, Composer, Writer

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