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Solo Pedal Steel: Top Hits of George Jones

Mike Daly

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1
She's My Rock
Mike Daly
2:29
2
I Always Get Lucky with You
Mike Daly
2:16
3
A Picture of Me Without You
Mike Daly
2:27
4
Radio Lover
Mike Daly
3:19
5
If the Drinkin' Don't Kill Me (Her Memory Will)
Mike Daly
2:55
6
Bartender's Blues
Mike Daly
3:09
7
Still Doing Time
Mike Daly
2:50
8
Wine Colored Roses
Mike Daly
3:22
9
The King Is Gone
Mike Daly
2:55
10
The Door
Mike Daly
2:45
11
The Grand Tour
Mike Daly
3:02
12
The Right Left Hand
Mike Daly
3:23
13
These Days I Barely Get By
Mike Daly
2:47
14
What My Woman Can't Do
Mike Daly
2:26
15
Who's Gonna Fill Their Shoes
Mike Daly
3:34
16
He Stopped Loving Her Today
Mike Daly
3:10
Total Playing Time    46:49
The music of George Jones lends itself well to solo pedal steel and there's no one more qualified to perform such interpretation than Nashville's Mike Daly, pedal steel player for Hank Williams Jr. and Travis Tritt.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 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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