Gene Ammons: You Can Depend On Me, 4×CD
Gene Ammons: You Can Depend On Me, 4×CD
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Gene Ammons
You Can Depend On Me
  • 4×CD
  • Germany
4-CD set
  • Quadromania
  • (222402-444)
  • 86 Tracks
  • EAN 4011222224026
  • EX / EX
  • used

tracks

1-1

Concentration

3:05
1-2

Red Top

3:10
1-3

Idaho

2:49
1-4

Concentration

2:25
1-5

Blowing Red's Top

2:31
1-6

El Sino

3:12
1-7

Ineta

2:52
1-8

Wild Leo

2:55
1-9

Leapping Leo

3:01
1-10

McDougal's Sprout

2:43
1-11

Hold That Money

2:26
1-12

Shermanski

2:45
1-13

Harold The Fox

2:21
1-14

Jeet Jet

2:36
1-15

Odd-En-Dow

3:00
1-16

Going For The Okey Doak

3:06
1-17

E.A.A.K. Blues

2:50
1-18

Blowing The Family Jewels

2:26
1-19

Sugar-Coated

2:55
1-20

Dues In Blues

2:49
1-21

Jay Jay

2:21
2-1

Daddy Sauce's Airlines

2:58
2-2

Little Irv

3:03
2-3

Abdullah's Fiesta

2:58
2-4

Brother Jug's Sermon

3:02
2-5

Bless You

3:05
2-6

Stuffy

3:04
2-7

Once In A While

3:25
2-8

Ev'rything Depends On You

3:01
2-9

Hot Springs

2:57
2-10

When You're Gone

3:06
2-11

Little Slam

2:59
2-12

Pennies From Heaven

3:02
2-13

The Last Mile (The Last Check)

2:51
2-14

Cha-Bootie

2:56
2-15

Full Moon

2:51
2-16

Bye Bye

3:05
2-17

Let It Be

3:10
2-18

Blues Up And Down

2:38
2-19

You Can Depend On Me

2:50
2-20

Touch Of The Blues

3:09
2-21

Dumb Woman Blues

2:49
3-1

Cha-Bootie

3:05
3-2

What Put The Sleeping Pills In Rip Van Winkle's Coffee

2:35
3-3

Gravy

3:03
3-4

Easy Glide

2:57
3-5

Tenor Eleven

2:53
3-6

Goodbye

2:44
3-7

You Go To My Head

2:59
3-8

My Foolish Heart

2:52
3-9

Walkin'

3:04
3-10

I Can't Give You Anything But Love

2:40
3-11

Back In Your Own Backyard

3:15
3-12

Sweet Jennie Lou

2:38
3-13

Seven Eleven

2:56
3-14

Jug Head Rumble

3:13
3-15

Prelude To A Kiss

3:01
3-16

When I Dream Of You

2:55
3-17

A Lover In Blue

2:47
3-18

'Round About 1 A.M.

3:05
3-19

Jug

2:51
3-20

Wow

2:54
3-21

Blue And Sentimental

3:08
4-1

Baby, Won't You Please Say Yes

2:50
4-2

You're Not The Kind

2:55
4-3

Ammons Boogie

3:01
4-4

Echo Chamber Blues

3:14
4-5

Hot Stuff

2:09
4-6

Them There Eyes

2:17
4-7

When The Saints Go Marching In

3:10
4-8

Archie

2:47
4-9

Undecided

2:42
4-10

Until The Real Thing Comes Along

2:40
4-11

Just Chips

3:02
4-12

Street Of Dreams

2:56
4-13

Good Time Blues

2:53
4-14

Travellin' Light

2:56
4-15

Red Top

3:06
4-16

Fuzzy

3:09
4-17

Starway To The Stars

2:47
4-18

Jim Dawgs

3:03
4-19

Sock

2:47
4-20

What I Say

2:38
4-21

This Is Always

2:45
4-22

Blue Roller

2:44
4-23

Love Is Here To Stay

3:43

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