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Every Dog Has his Day

Joe Caro and the Met Band

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1
Highway 61 (Revisited)
Joe Caro and the Met Band
4:39
2
Hot Mess
Joe Caro and the Met Band
5:49
3
Information Junkie
Joe Caro and the Met Band
4:21
4
Fire
Joe Caro and the Met Band
3:34
5
That Old Black Magic
Joe Caro and the Met Band
5:41
6
Every Dog Has His Day
Joe Caro and the Met Band
4:06
7
Big Mouth
Joe Caro and the Met Band
4:54
8
Natural Woman
Joe Caro and the Met Band
5:10
9
Never Be Lonely Anymore
Joe Caro and the Met Band
4:23
10
Baby Steps
Joe Caro and the Met Band
4:43
11
Wrong Is Right
Joe Caro and the Met Band
3:46
12
When We Were Young
Joe Caro and the Met Band
3:59
Total Playing Time    55:05
New York-based composer, guitarist, and vocalist Joe Caro leads the Met Band in their release Every Dog Has his Day. A follow up to their 2013 album Live in New York City, this release features luminaries such as drummer Anton Fig and Letterman bandleader Paul Shaffer performing arrangements of favourites such as Natural Woman and That Old Black Magic along with eight original numbers.
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Innsbruck Records Studio Masters

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