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    • 1. Hey Now Baby
    • 2. Junco Partner
    • 3. Meet Me Tomorrow Night
    • 4. Doin' It
    • 5. How Long Has That Train Been Gone
    • 6. Mean Ol' World
    • 7. Rockin' Pneumonia
    • 8. Mardi Gras In New Orleans
    • 9. Jambalaya
    • 10. Tipitina
    • 11. Mess Around
    • 12. Stag-O-Lee
    • 13. Rum And Coke
    • 14. (They Call Me) Dr. Professor Longhair

    Recorded in New Orleans 1974

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