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Better Than Ever

Joe Simon

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1.1
Silver Spoons and Coffee Cups
Joe Simon
2:56
1.2
It's Hard to Get Along
Joe Simon
2:56
1.3
In the Ghetto
Joe Simon
2:43
1.4
I Got a Whole Lot of Lovin'
Joe Simon
2:28
1.5
Wounded Man
Joe Simon
2:55
1.6
Time and Space
Joe Simon
2:43
1.7
Straight Down to Heaven
Joe Simon
3:44
1.8
When
Joe Simon
2:17
1.9
After the Lights Go Down Low
Joe Simon
2:28
1.10
San Francisco is a Lonely Town
Joe Simon
3:19
1.11
Rainbow Road
Joe Simon
2:59
Total Playing Time    31:28
Grammy Award-winning soul and R&B musician Joe Simon's Better Than Ever was originally released in 1969 as a follow-up to his runaway success The Chokin' Kind. His rich, velvety voice glides over upbeat dance numbers like It's Hard to Get Along and ballads like the enduring San Francisco is a Lonely Town showcase his emotive, matter-of-fact interpretations.
96 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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