℗ 1971 Warner Records Inc
 

Sharepickers

Mason Williams

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1.1
Here I Am Again
Mason Williams
3:43
1.2
Largo De Luxe
Mason Williams
4:47
1.3
(I'm A) Yo-Yo Man
Mason Williams
2:08
1.4
A Little Bit Of Time
Mason Williams
2:26
1.5
Linda Crest Lament
Mason Williams
2:17
1.6
Little Beggar Man / Hamilton County
Mason Williams
2:41
1.7
Poor Little Robin
Mason Williams
3:24
1.8
Godsend
Mason Williams
4:04
1.9
Train Ride In G
Mason Williams
3:01
1.10
Orange Blossom Special
Mason Williams
3:41
Total Playing Time    32:12
American classical guitar, composer, comedian, and poet Mason Williams released Sharepickers in 1971. The artist is perhaps best known for his 1968 instrumental, "Classical Gas", which won his three Grammy Awards that year.

Sharepickers received the "Best Album Cover Design" Grammy the year it was released.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

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

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