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Solo Harp: Johnny Cash's At Folsom Prison

Katie Curley

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1
Folsom Prison Blues
Katie Curley
3:58
2
Dark as the Dungeon
Katie Curley
3:11
3
I Still Miss Someone
Katie Curley
2:12
4
Cocaine Blues
Katie Curley
2:59
5
25 Minutes to Go
Katie Curley
3:16
6
Orange Blossom Special
Katie Curley
3:46
7
The Long Black Veil
Katie Curley
2:56
8
Send a Picture of Mother
Katie Curley
3:29
9
The Wall
Katie Curley
2:15
10
Dirty Old Egg-Suckin' Dog
Katie Curley
1:38
11
Flushed from the Bathroom of Your Heart
Katie Curley
2:44
12
Jackson
Katie Curley
2:41
13
Give My Love to Rose
Katie Curley
3:16
14
I Got Stripes
Katie Curley
1:58
15
Green, Green Grass of Home
Katie Curley
2:37
16
Greystone Chapel
Katie Curley
3:34
Total Playing Time    46:30
Brooklyn harpist Katie Curley offer jaw-dropping solo interpretations of songs from Johnny Cash's 1968 triple-platinum live album At Folsom Prison.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Solo Sounds Studio Masters

Tracks 1 - 16 – contains material which utilizes a limited amount of the available bandwidth

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