The Long Ear

Southern Rockers Doc Holliday's first three albums for A&M Records, dating from 1981, 1982 and 1983. 'Modern Medicine' was produced by Queen producer "Mack" in Munich; however the band, disillusioned by it's lack of chart success, broke up in 1984. There have been subsequent reunions but, as of now, they have not been active for some years. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes
Southern Rockers Doc Holliday's first three albums for A&M Records, dating from 1981, 1982 and 1983. 'Modern Medicine' was produced by Queen producer "Mack" in Munich; however the band, disillusioned by it's lack of chart success, broke up in 1984. There have been subsequent reunions but, as of now, they have not been active for some years. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes
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Doc Holliday / Doc Holliday Rides Again / Modern
Artist: Doc Holliday
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Ain't No Fool
2. Magic Midnight
3. A Good Woman's Hard to Find
4. Round and Round
5. Moonshine Runner
6. Keep on Running
7. Never Another Night
8. The Way You Do
9. Somebody Help Me
10. I'm a Rocker
11. Last Ride
12. Good Boy Gone Bad
13. Don't Go Talkin'
14. Southern Man
15. Let Me Be Your Lover
16. Doin' (It Again)
17. Don't Stop Loving Me
18. Hot Rod
19. Lonesome Guitar
20. City Night
21. Dreamin'
22. Gimme Some
23. You Don't Have to Cry
24. Rock City
25. Hell to Pay
26. No Relation to Love
27. You Turn Me on
28. We Are Not Alone
29. You Like to Rock

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Southern Rockers Doc Holliday's first three albums for A&M Records, dating from 1981, 1982 and 1983. 'Modern Medicine' was produced by Queen producer "Mack" in Munich; however the band, disillusioned by it's lack of chart success, broke up in 1984. There have been subsequent reunions but, as of now, they have not been active for some years. Digitally remastered and slipcased, and with new notes
        
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