℗ 1972 Atlantic Records
 

Mose in Your Ear (Live)

Mose Allison

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1.1
Look What You Made Me Do (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
3:25
1.2
Fool's Paradise (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
4:54
1.3
I Don't Worry About a Thing (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
2:39
1.4
Powerhouse (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
8:37
1.5
Hey, Good Lookin' (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
1:53
1.6
I Ain't Got Nothin' but the Blues (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
4:23
1.7
You Can Count on Me to Do My Part (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
2:30
1.8
You Are My Sunshine (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
3:06
1.9
Don't Forget to Smile (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
2:32
1.10
The Seventh Son (Live at "In Your Ear" 1972)
Mose Allison
4:21
Total Playing Time    38:20
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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