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Crossroads Discography
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"Crossroads" (Live) by Robert Johnson; Noma (BMI); from the album Wheels of Fire recorded by Cream, released on the Atco recording label, August 9, 1968

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"A Day in the Life" by John Lennon & Paul McCartney; Northern Songs Ltd. (BMI); from the album Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Heart's Club Band, recorded by The Beatles, released on the Capital recording label, June 1, 1967

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"Won't Get Fooled Again" by Pete Townshend; Towser Tunes, Inc. (BMI); from the album Who's Next, recorded by The Who, released on the MCA recording label, August 14, 1971

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"Jungleland", by Bruce Springsteen; Laurel Canyon Music Ltd. (ASCAP); from the album Born to Run; Recorded by Bruce Springsteen; released on the Columbia recording label, August 25, 1975

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"Gimme Shelter" by Mick Jagger/Keith Richard; Gideon Music, Inc. (BMI); from the album Let It Bleed; recorded by The Rolling Stones; released on the London Records label; December 5, 1969

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"Over The Hills And Far Away" by Jimmy Page/Robert Plant; Superhype Music, Inc. (ASCAP); from the album Houses of the Holy; recorded by Led Zeppelin; released on the Atlantic recording label, March 28, 1973

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"Crosstown Traffic" by Jimi Hendrix; Bella Godiva Music (ASCAP); from the album Electric Ladyland; recorded by Jimi Hendrix; released on the Reprise recording label; October 16, 1968

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"Voodoo Child (Slight Return)" by Jimi Hendrix; Bella Godiva Music (ASCAP); from the album Electric Ladyland; recorded by Jimi Hendrix; released on the Reprise recording label; October 16, 1968

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"The Pretender" by Jackson Browne; Swallow Turn Music (ASCAP); the album The Pretender; recorded by Jackson Browne; released on the Asylum recording label, November 10, 1976

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"Turn To Stone" by J. Walsh/T. Trebandt; Pamco Music, Inc./Barnstorm Music, Inc. (BMI); from the album Barnstorm; recorded by Joe Walsh; released on the Dunhill recording label, September 30, 1972

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"Can't Cry No More" by J. Mclhenney; Downunder Tunes, Inc.; unrecorded, unreleased

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"Slip Slidin' Away" by Paul Simon; Paul Simon Music (BMI); from the album Greatest Hits, Etc.; recorded by Paul Simon; released on the Columbia recording label, November 1, 1977

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"Against the Fools" by J. Mclhenney; Downunder Tunes, Inc.; unrecorded, unreleased

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"Just The Same" by R. Shulman, D. Shulman, K. Minnear; North Music, Inc. (BMI); from the album Free Hand; recorded by Gentle Giant; released on the Capital recording label, July 28, 1975

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"This Masquerade" by Leon Russell; Skyhill Pub. Co., Inc. (BMI); from the album Carney; recorded by Leon Russell; released on the Shelter recording label, June 26, 1972

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"Situation" by Jeff Beck; BFeldman and Co., Ltd. (ASCAP); from the album Rough and Ready; recorded by the Jeff Beck Group; released on the Epic recording label, October 25, 1971

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"Still Alive and Well" by Rick Derringer; Derringer Music, Inc. (BMI); from the album Still Alive and Well; recorded by Johnny Winter; released on the Columbia recording label, March 1, 1973

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"Back in the U.S.S.R." by John Lennon/Paul McCartney; Northern Songs, Ltd. (BMI); from the album The Beatles, White; recorded by The Beatles; released on the Apple Recording Label, November 22, 1968

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"Keep The Fire" by Kenny Loggins and Eva Ein Loggins; Milk Money Music (ASCAP); from the album Keep the Fire; recorded by Kenny Loggins; released on the Columbia recording label, October 1, 1979

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"Crazy On You" by Ann & Nancy Wilson; Andorra Music (ASCAP); from the album Dreamboat Annie; recorded by Heart; released on the Mushroom recording label, February 14, 1976

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"Break On Through (To The Other Side)" by The Doors; Doors Music (ASCAP); from the album The Doors; recorded by The Doors ; released on the Elektra recording label, January 4, 1967

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"Deacon Blues" by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen; ABC/Dunhill Music, Inc. (BMI); from the album Aja; recorded by Steely Dan ; released on the ABC/Dunhill recording label, September 23, 1977

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"How Deep Is Your Love" by B., R., & M. Gibb; Unichapell Music, Inc. (BMI); from the album Saturday Night Fever; recorded by The Bee Gees; released on the RSO recording label, November 15, 1977

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"Easy To Slip" by Lowell George; Naked Snake Music (ASCAP); from the album; Sailing Shoes; recorded by Little Feat; released on the Warner Brothers recording label, January 1, 1972

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"Lose Again" by Karla Bonoff; Seagrape Music (BMI); from the album Karla Bonoff; recorded by Karla Bonoff; released on the Columbia recording label; September, 1977

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"Only the Good Die Young"g by Billy Joel; Joelsongs (BMI); from the album; The Stranger; recorded by Billy Joel; released on the Columbia Recording label, September 29, 1977

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"A Dream Goes On Forever" by Todd Rundgren; Earmark Music Inc./Screen Gems Columbia Music (BMI); from the album Back to the Bars; recorded by Todd Rundgren live at the Agora in Cleveland, Ohio; released on the Bearsville recording label, December, 1977

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"Take The Long Way Home" by Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson; Almo Music Corp. and Delicate Music (ASCAP); from the album Breakfast in America; recorded by Supertramp; released on the A & M recording label, March 29, 1979

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"Open Your Eyes" by Michael McDonald/Lester Abrams/Patrick Henderson; Snug Music (BMI), Loresta Music (ASCAP), Monosteri Music (ASCAP); from the album Minute by Minute; recorded by The Doobie Brothers; released on the Warner Brothers recording label, December 1, 1978

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"The Cross Road Blues" by Robert Johnson; Noma (BMI); from the album Robert Johnson, The Legendary Blues Singer; recorded by Robert Johnson; released on the Chary Budget record label, December 7, 1994