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Keys To The Kingdom

Keys To The Kingdom

Artist: North Mississippi Allstars

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Keys To The Kingdom
Keys To The Kingdom

Artist: North Mississippi Allstars
$11.49   Buy Digital Album
DISK: 1
MP3
1. This A'Way
2. Jumpercable Blues
3. The Meeting
4. How I Wish My Train Would Come
5. Hear The Hills
6. Stuck Inside of Mobile With the Memphis Blues Again
7. Let It Roll
8. Ain't No Grave
9. Ol' Cannonball
10. New Orleans Walkin' Dead
11. Ain't None O' Mine
12. Jellyrollin' All Over Heaven

DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Songs Of The South
Rel. Date: 02/01/2011
UPC: 626570611844

More Info:

Keys To The Kingdom, the new album from the North Mississippi Allstars, is a celebratory declaration of life in the face of death. The origins of the album are honest and raw: a father died and a child was born.

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