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Two solo albums, originally released on MCA Records, from ex-Booker T & The MGs' guitarist, Steve Cropper. Cropper's legacy is long, from his work with Stax and Otis Redding, co-writing such songs as 'In The Midnight Hour', 'Knock On Wood' and '(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay'. After Booker T, Cropper worked with a Who's Who of the rock world. The Blues Brothers Band and working with Bob Dylan ensured his profile and reputation as a guitar great. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes
Two solo albums, originally released on MCA Records, from ex-Booker T & The MGs' guitarist, Steve Cropper. Cropper's legacy is long, from his work with Stax and Otis Redding, co-writing such songs as 'In The Midnight Hour', 'Knock On Wood' and '(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay'. After Booker T, Cropper worked with a Who's Who of the rock world. The Blues Brothers Band and working with Bob Dylan ensured his profile and reputation as a guitar great. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes
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Playin' My Thang / Night After Night
Artist: Steve Cropper
Format: CD
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Give 'Em What They Want
2. Let the Good Times Roll
3. Playin' My Thang
4. Fly
5. Sandy Beaches
6. With You
7. Feet
8. Why Do You Say You Love Me
9. Ya Da Ya Da
10. Night After Night
11. Make You Feel Love Again
12. Sad Eyes
13. There Goes My Baby
14. 634 - 5789
15. Heartbeat
16. Can't Break the Habit
17. Love's Sweet Sinsation
18. Hold Your Fire

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Two solo albums, originally released on MCA Records, from ex-Booker T & The MGs' guitarist, Steve Cropper. Cropper's legacy is long, from his work with Stax and Otis Redding, co-writing such songs as 'In The Midnight Hour', 'Knock On Wood' and '(Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay'. After Booker T, Cropper worked with a Who's Who of the rock world. The Blues Brothers Band and working with Bob Dylan ensured his profile and reputation as a guitar great. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes
        
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