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New Resolutions

by Andy Pratt

Marking his triumphant return to the rock music world, "New Resolutions" consists of some old and some new material.
Genre: Rock: Album Rock
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1. Change Your Mind
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2. Grey, Chick and Malda
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3. My Woman
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4. Whatcha Gonna Do
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5. The Harder They Come
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6. I Have Come
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7. Another World
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8. Remember Me
2:44 $0.99
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9. Treasure That Canary
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10. Wet Daddy
3:45 $0.99
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11. Who Am I Talking To
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12. I Will Buy Your Broken Heart
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13. Why Do You Love Me
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14. Welcome to America
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15. Strange Brew
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Marking his triumphant return to the rock music world, "New Resolutions" consists of some old and some new material. Songs from the vault as well as brand new recordings highlight this collection which brings us the cover versions of "Strange Brew" (Cream) and "The Harder They Come" (originally from "Cover Me") as well as an acoustic version of "Who Am I Talking To" (from "Solo"). But the new tunes are worth their weight in gold: "Change Your Mind" - "Whatcha Gonna Do" - "Remember Me" - "Why Don't You Love Me" and "Welcome to America."

This is also an enhanced CD containing two videos - "Treasure That Canary" from the "Live at The Village Underground" performance and also "Who Am I Talking To" from the "Solo" album.

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