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Jim Reeves – Discography 1957-2009.torrent Artist: Jim Reeves Album: Jim Reeves Country: USA Genre: Rock and Roll, Blues-Rock Released: 1957-2009 Format: MP3 Audio Bitrate: 320 kbps
Duration: 11 CD, 01:46:37 Tracklist:
1957 – Jim Reeves 01.
Born on the Sun (4:55) 02.
Witchy Woman (4:03) 03.
Ditch the Rag (4:22) 04.
Finger Lickin’ Rag (3:59) 05.
The Knees (4:05) 06.
Muddy Waters Blues (3:51) 07.
Jim Reeves Blues (4:34) 08.
Midnight Blues (3:31) 09.
Foolish Man (4:15) 10.
Gone to the Country (3:59) 11.


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