The Best Of Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis

Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis

The Best Of Eddie Lockjaw Davis
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    1. Intermission Riff 6:23
    2. Willow Weep For Me 4:38
    3. Last Train From Overbrook 5:05
    4. Robbins Nest 5:37
    5. Body And Soul 4:30
    6. Trane Whistle 6:18
    7. I Only Have Eyes For You 5:14
    8. Goin' To Meetin' 5:25
    9. The Rev 9:03
    10. Speak Low 6:51
    11. The Chef 6:01
    12. In The Kitchen 12:52

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