Big Baby Ernie | Where I Live

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Where I Live

by Big Baby Ernie

Sesame Street Jazz
Genre: Urban/R&B: Blue-Eyed Soul
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1. Don't Seem Right To Me
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2. Dirty Hands
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3. Hurricane Song
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4:51 $0.99
4. Baby Blue
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5. Can't You See
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6. Suffer
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7. Where I Live
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3:19 $0.99
8. Mother
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9. The Bite
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10. Racing Toward The Red Light
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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BBE takes the grooves of Stevie Wonder and James Brown, the songwriting craft of The Beatles and Elton John, and fuses them, creating infectious original material that has an identity of its own. BBE has toured the UK, Played NXNE, opened for Johnny Winter, Eek A Mouse, and Bob Marley's Wailer's.


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Andy Aulich

The band
I listen to the band yesterday on the 27th aug 2007 i thought they were the most exciting and talented bands i've heard in a long time i enjoy the covers from the doors and rolling stones but much better was there own material which with a energetic and enthusiastic front man went down a strom that is not overlooking the rest of the band with excemptional sax and guitar and great keyboards and drums bib baby ernie are a must see for anyone who likes live original music