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Keep The Faith

Black Oak Arkansas

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1.1
Keep The Faith
Black Oak Arkansas
3:13
1.2
Revolutionary All American Bands
Black Oak Arkansas
3:35
1.3
Feet On Earth, Head In Sky
Black Oak Arkansas
4:10
1.4
Fever In My Mind
Black Oak Arkansas
2:53
1.5
The Big One's Still Coming
Black Oak Arkansas
3:57
1.6
White Headed Woman
Black Oak Arkansas
4:52
1.7
We Live On Day To Day
Black Oak Arkansas
5:16
1.8
Short LIfe Line
Black Oak Arkansas
4:52
1.9
Don't Confuse What You Don't Know
Black Oak Arkansas
4:38
Total Playing Time    37:26
Keep the Faith is the 1972 second album by American Southern rock band Black Oak Arkansas. The album features the manic concert staple "Fever In My Mind", and showcases frontman Jim "Dandy" Mangrum's raspy vocal stylings.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – RT Industries Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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