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Charlie Morgan, Andy Pask, Stephen Tayton

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1
Midnight Licks (A)
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
3:38
2
Midnight Licks (B)
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
0:30
3
Midnight Licks (C)
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
0:51
4
Dance Crazy
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
3:16
5
White Roots
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
3:21
6
The Power
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
3:07
7
Rock Steady (A)
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
3:01
8
Rock Steady (B)
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
3:19
9
Overkill
Charlie Morgan; Andy Pask
2:58
10
Wind of Change (A)
Stephen Tayton
4:03
11
Wind of Change (B)
Stephen Tayton
2:14
12
Feel the Mood (A)
Stephen Tayton
4:32
13
Feel the Mood (B)
Stephen Tayton
2:16
14
New Horizons
Stephen Tayton
3:05
15
Fore Runner (A)
Stephen Tayton
1:54
16
Fore Runner (B)
Stephen Tayton
1:54
17
Caprice
Stephen Tayton
2:39
18
Street Wise (A)
Stephen Tayton
2:23
19
Street Wise (B)
Stephen Tayton
1:31
Total Playing Time    50:32
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