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John Hall featuring Bonnie Raitt – Meltdown

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The misspelling of the month giving away that this was an Italian bootleg.

Tracklist

A1 Let The Good Times Roll – Good Enough 7:40
A2 Messin’ Round With The Wrong Woman 4:00
A3 Give Me The Right 3:40
A4 Sails 2:00
A5 I’ve Just Seen A Face 2:30
B1 Power Medley 6:10
B2 Trust Yourself 5:50
B3 Something You’ve Got – Mockingbyrd* 6:30

 

Guest Artist: BONNIE RAITT Lead vocals and guitar*

 

“A co-founder of the Band Orleans, John Hall, left in 1977 to pursue a solo career. Power was his second solo album and featured the anti-nuclear anthem which later became the theme of the No Nukes concerts, recorded by the Doobie Brothers with James Taylor.

With Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne and Graham Nash, he co-founded Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE) in 1979 and co-produced the Madison Square Garden concerts and Warner Brothers triple album “No Nukes”.

The same activism resulted in John’s election to Congress. Now that he’s finished serving two terms as the Congressman from New York’s 19th District, John is writing songs again, performing solo and with Orleans, and continuing with his environmental activism.”


Source: THE AMAZING KORNYFONE LABEL

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