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|1. Anchored In You|
|3. The Gulf Of Mexico|
|4. September In Seattle|
|5. Twin Rocks, Oregon|
|6. And On A Rainy Night|
|7. Tannin Bed Song|
|8. Soul Child|
|9. Ballad Of Billy Jo McKay|
|10. Patrick's Song|
|11. Sunday Mornin' Comin' Down|
|12. You Mean Everything To Me|
"Soul's Core" is one of my favorite albums, and I highly recommend it.
After the few couple of songs, it is very difficult to stop listening to this cd, and everytime I play this album, I have to listen to it several times.
Shawn mullins has the amazing ability to share his experiences with you through this great music and allow you to travel to the places he travelled.
I love everything he does and this was no exception.why he is not more important I can't understand.Published 1 month ago by Joy Olree
Listened to it on PRIME...great songs. Loved the places and images. If Bob Dylan had another son ?Published 2 months ago by GRATEFUL DEAD BOOKS LLC
I discovered Shawn Mullins shortly after my husband passed away in 1998 and I just love this album. I have always been sort of a loner and his music lets me daydream of places I'd... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Carol Lippincott
This is one of Shawn Mullins very best albums. Excellent music and excellent tunes. Highly recommended!Published 7 months ago by Vance Raskiewicz
I ordered this album for my wife for her birthday, as she loves Shawn Mullins. She has listened to this album so much that I am almost sick of hearing it, but I guess since she... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Derek S.
One of my all time favorite CDs of all time. I highly recomend Shawn Mullens to each and every one of my friends.Published 19 months ago by Meriwether
Shawn's ability to deeply tap into the soul of the human condition of many characters who may live in obscurity in our society is uncanny. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Reid Womack