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Al Holliday | Made It Through the Mill, Again

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Made It Through the Mill, Again

by Al Holliday

Soulful Rhythm and Blues singer/songwriter featuring a band that is absolutely killin'.
Genre: Blues: Soul-Blues
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1. McRee Town
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2. Bad Luck Woman
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3. Lil' Mama
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4. Ool Yo' Coo With Me
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5. Watchu Kno About That?
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6. The Duck
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7. East Side Queen
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8. Broke Down Woman
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9. Hard Time Livin'
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10. Little Woman of Mine
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11. Professin'
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12. Made It Through the Mill, Again
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This record features our own, unknown, yet undediable, Al Holliday, the strong strong East Side Rhythm Band, The Funky Butt Horns, and our brothers, playing tunes, Al's tunes, in the south St. Louis city.

Al Holliday is a truly gifted singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, composer, arranger, and other things, but above all else, he is a man. These songs are simply about love and making it in the world today. The band? Well, the band is just absolutely killin'. The music was crafted by Al and some of the finest musicians from our beloved St. Louis community, the rock solid East Side Rhythm Band and The Funky Butt Horns among many others. With the help of Sawhorse Studios' man Jason McEntire, what we have here is the genuine article.

To the listener: Much love to ya- Hope you have as much fun listening to this music it as we did making it.




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