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John Scofield

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3.33 | 6 ratings | 0 reviews | 33% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2009

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. That's Enough (3:45)
2. Motherless Child (5:24)
3. It's A Big Army (5:31)
4. His Eye Is On The Sparrow (4:15)
5. Something's Got A Hold On Me (4:47)
6. The Old Ship Of Zion (4:26)
7. 99 And A Half (4:08)
8. Just A Little While To Stay Here (5:59)
9. Never Turn Back (4:41)
10. Walk With Me (5:11)
11. But I Like The Message (3:29)
12. The Angel Of Death (6:42)
13. I'll Fly Away (3:44)

Total time 62:02

Line-up / Musicians

- John Scofield / guitar, co-producer

- John Boutté / vocals
- Jon Cleary / organ, piano, vocals
- George Porter, Jr. / bass
- Shannon Powell / drums
- Ricky Fataar / drums
- Shannon Powell / tambourine

Releases information

Artwork: Mark Hess with Nick Suttle (photo)

CD EmArcy ‎- B0012656-02 (2009, US)

2xLP EmArcy ‎- 00602517911369 (2009, US)

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