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Playin' My Thang

Steve Cropper

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1
Give 'Em What They Want
Steve Cropper
4:21
2
Let The Good Times Roll
Steve Cropper
4:00
3
Playin' My Thang
Steve Cropper
4:47
4
Fly
Steve Cropper
3:13
5
Sandy Beaches
Steve Cropper
3:24
6
With You
Steve Cropper
3:26
7
Feet
Steve Cropper
3:00
8
Why Do You Say You Love Me
Steve Cropper
4:54
9
Ya Da Ya Da
Steve Cropper
3:58
Total Playing Time    35:03
American blues guitarist Steve Cropper has paved a musical career for himself rooted in his talent for the fusing together the blues, jazz, and funk in his songs. Released in 1981 Playin' My Thang was Cropper's first solo album which proved his ability to begin a solo career while also collaborating on many other musical projects at the same time.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – UMG Recordings Studio Masters

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

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