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Rock: Rock & Roll Blues: Guitar Blues Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Greatest Misses

by Chevy Ford Band

Rock and Blues with a message, beat, groove and melody that you'll absolutely love. Click now before they're all gone.
Genre: Rock: Rock & Roll
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1. Sad Genius
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4:03 album only
2. I Knew Him When
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3:51 album only
3. Bayou Girl
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4:00 album only
4. Toy Soldiers
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5:14 album only
5. Hey, Mr. Eastwood
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3:47 album only
6. Just Enough
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4:29 album only
7. Mama Spanked Me With the Bible
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4:23 album only
8. F.y.i. Love You
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4:43 album only
9. Paradise Today
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4:57 album only
10. I've Gone Outta Her Mind
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3:21 album only
11. Forever
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4:40 album only
12. My Friend
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13. I Miss You
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Available as MP3, MP3 320, and FLAC files.


Album Notes
C.D. release number 29 was going to be the last one, but writer/bassist Richard Murrey saw fit to include a few new ones in with some re-writes and re-tracks of some older Chevy Ford stuff. They rock and are smokin' hot... but if you don't want to think, this music is not for you.
13 tunes penned by Murrey, produced by Steven Cooper. Enjoy.

the chevy ford band is still:
bubba hudson - vocals and guitar
jeff jordan - lead guitar
steven cooper - keys/drums
richard murrey - bass
special guests: john heinrich - saxophone


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