Greatest Hits

Mose Allison

Greatest Hits OJCCD 6004 2
  • CAT # OJCCD-6004-25

    1. The Seventh Son 2:40
    2. Eyesight To The Blind 1:44
    3. Do Nothin' Till You Hear From Me 11:00
    4. Lost Mind 3:32
    5. I Got A Right To Cry 2:51
    6. Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand 3:15
    7. Parchman Farm 3:21
    8. If You Live 2:31
    9. Don't Get Around Much Anymore 2:49
    10. One Room Country Shack 3:02
    11. I Hadn't Anyone Till You 2:35
    12. Young Man's Blues 1:26
    13. That's All Right 2:26
    14. Blueberry Hill 2:57
    15. Trouble In Mind 3:15
    16. Creek Bank 4:35

The Seventh Son, Eyesight to the Blind, Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me, Lost Mind, I've Got a Right to Cry; Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand; Parchman Farm, If You Live, Don't Get Around Much Anymore, One Room Country Shack, I Hadn't Anyone Till You, Young Man's Blues, That's All Right, plus CD bonus tracks Blueberry Hill, Trouble in Mind, Creek Bank

with Addison Farmer, Ronnie Free, Nick Stabulas, Taylor La Fargue, Frank Isola

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