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I'll Be Your Mule

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Steve Freund

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2001
Views: 415

Track Listing

I'll be Your Mule / Fine Lookin' Woman / Hung Down Head / Fittin' to Go / You Were a Good Old Ride / Big Blue Mama / A Dollar a Mile / My Life Is Changing / When I Was Young / Something to Remember You By / Ramblin' Bill / Bill Reed's Blues / Rambler's Blues

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Steve Freund (vocals, guitar); Mark "Mr. B." Braun (piano); Kenny Smith (drums); Bob Stroger, Harlan Terson (bass); Steve Guyger (harmonica on 6, 7, 13); Dave Specter (second lead guitar on 4, 5); Pete Crawford (rhythm guitar on 6, 7); Clark Dean (soprano sax on 12); Van Kelly (alto sax on 1, 2); Dave Clark (tenor sax on 1, 2, 3); Ed Enright (baritone sax on 1, 2, 4); Brian Schwab (trumpet on 3); Steve Horne (trombone on 3)


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