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Get You A Healin'



get you a healin'
Get You A Healin'
(Benefit for the New Orleans Musican Clinic)

Note : **½ (Havanito)

Tracklisting :
01 Gyptians - Pain In My Heart (8:04)
02 Coco Robicheaux with Maria Muldaur - Louisiana Medicine Man (5:09)
03 Tiny Town with David Malone - Look What I Got (5:45)
04 Maria Muldaur with Blue Lu Barker - Don't You Feel My Legs (4:45)
05 Funky Meters - Rockin' Pneumonia (4:37)
06 Bobby Broussard & Jo-Jo Reed - Smokin' Lung Blues (5:10)
07 Dr. John with Art Neville - Virus Called The Blues (8:54)
08 Smilin' Myron & Friends - Sugar Butt (3:33)
09 George Porter, Jr. - Da Medicine Man (3:56)
10 Wardell's Slammin Big Band with Luther Kent - Fit As A Fiddle (3:40)
11 Tommy Malone, Irma Thomas, Allen Toussaint with the Healin' Chorus - Get You A Healin' (3:18)
12 Guardians Of The Flame - Big Chief Donald Had A Heart Of Steel (4:26)

Liens :
new orleans musicans clinic
wwoz.org/clinic - Le site officiel de l'association New Orleans Musicans Clinic
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