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Bluesvibes (CD)
American band, but unlike many other American rock bands of the same time, AUM is a purely 8 track blues history which is mean and crude.
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Specifications
Type: CD
Recorded: 1969
Release Date: 2003-06-19
Label: Red Fox
Country: Euro
Item No: RF627
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Track List
01 Tobacco road 6:56
02 Mississippi mud 4:05
03 Bay bridge blues 5:45
04 Chilli woman 4:38
05 A little help from you 6:55
06 Movin man 7:50
07 You can't hide 7:26
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