Alison Crockett | Mommy, What's a Depression?

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Mommy, What's a Depression?

by Alison Crockett

Art and politics go hand in hand during these turbulent times...
Genre: Urban/R&B: Soul
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1. Depression (Feat. Ursula Rucker)
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2. Talkin' Like You Know
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3:52 album only
3. Gentrification
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6:13 album only
4. My Man's Gone Now
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4:15 album only
5. Ima Hustla'
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6. I Am a Million
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5:10 album only
7. Trouble in the Lowlands (Backwater Blues)
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8. The Old Country
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5:34 album only
9. Ye Ole' Country (Reprise)
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10. Medley (They All Laughed, I've Got the World On a String, What a Wonderful World)
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11. Nature Boy
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12. Come Back As a Flower (Feat. Ursula Rucker)
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13. Sack Full of Dreams
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14. H-U-M-a-N
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Alison Crockett returns to the music fold after a four-year hiatus as a trend-setting social oracle with her forceful call to political awareness, Mommy, What’s A Depression?


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