Mose McCormack | After All These Years

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After All These Years

by Mose McCormack

McCormack, along with his longtime producer John Wagner, has assembled 10 songs so credible and believable that you just know Mose has lived every song, or scarier yet, has been eavesdropping on your private life.
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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1. Battle of Love
3:25 album only
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2. House of Blues
3:14 album only
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3. Little Alma
4:08 album only
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4. Sonora
5:00 album only
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5. After All These Years
2:25 album only
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6. Another Clown
3:44 album only
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7. Dusty Devil
3:18 album only
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8. The Picture
2:57 album only
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9. When Angel Flies
4:53 album only
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10. Like A Baby
3:25 album only

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Album Notes
"After all These Years." The latest Mose McCormack C.D. is a collection of ten songs by the "Old Bandido" from New Mexico. All songs, penned by McCormack, conjure up images of the West gone wild. The storm passes and all is calm until the next storm slams down on your senses.
McCormack, born in Alabama in 1949, has come a long way, not just in miles, but in years, to arrive at his present stepping stone. McCormack, along with his longtime producer John Wagner, has assembled 10 songs so credible and believable that you just know Mose has lived every song, or scarier yet, has been eavesdropping on your private life. One listen and you'll agree, Mose is better than ever "After All These Years."

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