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Arkansas

John Oates, The Good Road Band

Available in 48 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

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1
Anytime
John Oates; The Good Road Band
3:05
2
Arkansas
John Oates; The Good Road Band
4:20
3
My Creole Belle
John Oates; The Good Road Band
2:14
4
Pallet Soft and Low
John Oates; The Good Road Band
6:03
5
Miss the Mississippi and You
John Oates; The Good Road Band
3:48
6
Stack O Lee
John Oates; The Good Road Band
2:47
7
That'll Never Happen No More
John Oates; The Good Road Band
2:19
8
Dig Back Deep
John Oates; The Good Road Band
3:53
9
Lord Send Me
John Oates; The Good Road Band
2:37
10
Spike Driver Blues
John Oates; The Good Road Band
2:09
Total Playing Time    33:15
"The result is a love letter to Arkansas, shining a light not only on the state's countryside, but its contributions to country music, too."
- Rolling Stone

John Oates' solo album Arkansas is clearly influenced by the blues, country, and folk music styles. Featured on this album are brillian musicians like mandolin player Sam Bush and guitarist Guthrie Trapp. Together this group takes listeners on a musical journey through the American south and gives a special loving shoutout to Arkansas.

"The album came to life in the studio by assembling a group of great musicians who listened to each other and then played their asses off."
- John Oates
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – PS Records Studio Masters

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