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Audio CD, Import, July 28, 1995
|1. Lovin' In The Valley Of The Moon|
|2. One Kiss To Say Goodbye|
|3. Ghetto Hotel|
|4. Nobody Wants Me|
|5. Puerto De Azul|
|6. Hangin' Tree|
|7. Another Day|
|9. The Jig Is Up|
|10. Eighteen Wheels|
|11. Sea Of Key|
|12. Echoes Of The Last Stampede|
|13. Desert Horizon|
|14. Age Old Puppet|
|15. Wasn't It Bad Enough|
|16. Thinkin' 'Bout You Babe|
|17. Hopin' You'll Come Back|
|18. High Tide In Wingo|
|19. Walkin' Down To Suzy's|
|20. Cold, Cold City Nights|
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Every show, every performance, was so charged with energy and fun.
Norton is a "musician's musician," and is by far one of the best living harmonica artists of our day, as well as an innovative songwriter.
Get this Album, it is a steal for all the good tunes, and look for the new one by him and his new band the Knockouts coming soon!
This is a great cd. No body is as good as Norton Buffalo is on the Harmonica. He gives it so many different sounds. He takes the instrument where no other harpist can.Published 8 months ago by Gcassn
finally found his first two lp's in one cd! He was already a master harmonicist way back then! Produced by Steve Miller.Published 9 months ago by albert
I used to run a bar in Northern California that had live music 3 night a week from 1985 to 1988. When I found out Norton Buffalo was available and not out of my price comfort... Read morePublished on July 7, 2011 by Garnetz
Its time to get his whole musical library re-released.
Cd's that are of resonable price would be great!!!
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Northern California has a long history of Country/ Western Swing influenced music. Migrant dust bowl workers from the '30's and South/West military WW11 vets of the '40's settled... Read morePublished on January 23, 2008 by Robert S. Estes
Great stuff here. Norton was a little quieter then, though he still made me sweat up a storm whenever I saw him. Read morePublished on April 4, 2002 by Nagronsky