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Who Will Be Next?

Joe Purdy

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1.1
New Year's Eve
Joe Purdy
3:52
1.2
Who Will Be Next
Joe Purdy
4:28
1.3
Children of Privilege
Joe Purdy
4:34
1.4
Kristine
Joe Purdy
3:54
1.5
Cursin' Air
Joe Purdy
3:24
1.6
Cairo Walls
Joe Purdy
4:32
1.7
War Dogs (Refugees)
Joe Purdy
4:37
1.8
Maybe We'll All Get Along Someday
Joe Purdy
4:07
1.9
My Country
Joe Purdy
6:32
Total Playing Time    40:00
"What makes this album worth hearing is that Joe Purdy delivers all the songs with conviction, his arguments one would hope are persuasive or at the least would help some who hear them question their pre-programming and ingrained attitudes. One can hope, hoping is not yet a crime. And because of this Who Will be Next? sits in a tradition from Guthrie, Dylan and others, through Steve Earle up to today. Sits in that tradition, has its rightful place, is not shallow of intent but burns with conviction and a zeal for a better world. Sometimes songs should matter, sometimes they do matter. Joe Purdy matters." - Americana UK
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