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Cross Cut Saw
Author: G.R. Ford

  • The Johnny O Band: The Johnny O Band (?)
  • Albert King: Born Under A Bad Sign (1967)
  • Albert King: King Of The Blues Guitar (1969)
  • Albert King: I Wanna Get Funky (1974)
  • Lonnie Brooks: Sweet Home Chicago (1975)
  • Otis Rush: Live In Europe (1977)
  • Otis Rush: So Many Roads (1978)
  • Albert King: In San Francisco - Crosscut Saw (1983)
  • Eric Clapton: Money & Cigarettes (1983)
  • Otis Rush: Tops (1985)
  • Albert King: Thursday Night In San Francisco (1990)
  • R.L. Burnside: Bad Luck City (1991)
  • Gary B.B. Coleman: Too Much Weekend (1992)
  • Albert King: Ultimate Collection (1993)
  • Freddy Jones Band: Waiting For The Night (1994)
  • Tab Benoit: These Blues Are All Mine (1999)

last edited: October 31, 2006

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