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The Chokin' Kind

Joe Simon

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1
Baby, Don't Be Looking in My Mind
Joe Simon
2:43
2
(Sittin' on) The Dock of the Bay
Joe Simon
2:47
3
Little Green Apples
Joe Simon
3:12
4
Lonely Man
Joe Simon
2:44
5
The Chokin' Kind
Joe Simon
2:38
6
Yours Love
Joe Simon
3:01
7
Help Yourself (To All My Lovin')
Joe Simon
2:21
8
Wichita Lineman
Joe Simon
3:17
9
Don't Let Me Lose the Feeling
Joe Simon
2:18
10
I'm Too Far Gone to Turn Around
Joe Simon
2:29
11
In the Still of the Night (I'll Remember)
Joe Simon
2:39
Total Playing Time    30:09
The Chokin' Kind was one of Grammy Award-winning soul and R&B musician Joe Simon's most well-performing releases, featuring such enduring hits as Baby, Don't Be Looking In My Mind and In the Still of the Night. While Simon's rendition of (Sittin' on the) Dock of the Bay is lesser-known than Otis Redding's, his rich, velvety voice brings a different pathos to the well-loved tune.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Sound Stage 7 Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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