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Mr. Little Big Man

Screamin' John and TD Lind

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Rollin' Joanna 00:02:29

Tim Arlon, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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The Letter 00:04:42

J. Taub, Composer - Riley King, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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Shame, Shame, Shame 00:03:11

Jimmy Reed, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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Jelly Roll 00:03:20

Taj Mahal, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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Little Big Man 00:04:02

Tim Arlon, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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All Your Love 00:04:15

Sam Maghett, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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Way Past Midnight 00:02:23

Seth Walker, Composer - Jarrod Dickenson, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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Cold Stone and Emptiness 00:04:02

Tim Arlon, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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Gonna Drag Ya 00:01:50

Tim Arlon, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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Goodnight Irene 00:03:23

Huddie Ledbetter, Composer - John Lomax, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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Reaper's Knockin' 00:03:07

Tim Arlon, Composer - Screamin' John and TD Lind, MainArtist

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