Jerry Wayne Jodice and Lost Cat | Half Moon Blues

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Half Moon Blues

by Jerry Wayne Jodice and Lost Cat

Genre: Pop: Garage Pop
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1. When The Glory Shines Through
Jerry Wayne Jodice
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2. I Want It All (And I Want It On A Rotating Basis)
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3:06 $0.99
3. Abercorn Extension Blues
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4. The Only One (God's Song)
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5. Mangos and Miss Green
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6. On Fire In Santa Fe
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7. Lover's Prayer
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8. New York City Blues
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9. Down in the Cavern (The Ballad of Lost Cat)
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10. Half Moon Blues
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11. Waiting for the Dolphin King
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12. Tearing It Up in Heaven
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13. To Live It All Again With You
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
One year I logged more than 15,000 miles by Greyhoud bus, crisscrossing the country more times than I care to remember. Riding the Dog, they call it. And in every town I passed through I would invariably see a poster somewhere, lacked to a telephone post or laundromat bulletin board, advertising a mysterious band called Lost Cat. They must have been the hardest working band in show business to have played so many places, but for whatever reason our paths never crossed during all those miles. But, as Whitman says, all roads eventually converge. So when the day came that I not only got the chance to meet them, but get them to back me on this album, well, you can imagine my joy. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.


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