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Closer To Home

Grand Funk Railroad

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Sin's A Good Man's Brother
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Aimless Lady
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Nothing Is The Same
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Mean Mistreater
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Get It Together
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I Don't Have To Sing The Blues
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Hooked On Love
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Closer To Home (I'm Your Captain)
Grand Funk Railroad; Tom Baker
Total Playing Time    44:54
"... a rich tapestry of a rock and roll record."
- Sputnikmusic

"Closer To Home (I'm Your Captain) is quite possibly the definitive Grand Funk Railroad song, summing up everything great about the band's first chapter ... from the super catchy verses and chorus to the moody interlude ..."
- UltimateClassicRock.com

Closer To Home, Grand Funk Railroad's 1970 studio album, contains the band's first top 40 single, an edited version of the title song. This album was certified gold for sales of half-a-million copies in the US.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – CAPITOL CATALOG MKT (C92) Studio Masters

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