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Walking Cane By Augie Rodola, Jr. - Playing For Change - Playing For Change


2005
Label: Higher Octave Music - 70876-19136-0-6 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: US • Genre: Folk, World, & Country, Stage & Screen •
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  3. Playing For change Blues (Blues Across America) - Playing For Change Artists 2. Foggy Mountain Top - The Goat Dirt Road Band 3. Goodnight Irene - The Henry Jones Trio Walking Cane - AUGIE RODOLA, JR. Peace All Over The World - Robert Bradley Playing For Change Theme (Song Across America) - Playing For Change Artists. Tweet;.
  4. Mar 19,  · Walking Cane by Augie Rodola, Jr. Listen Now $ In MP3 This soundtrack from the award winning independent film "Playing for Change" captures the essence of the film which documents "street musicians" from LA to New Orleans to New York. After listening to this CD, the next time you pass an artist playing on the street or in the /5(4).
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  6. Dec 22,  · Grandpa Elliott Small, born Elliot Small in , is a street-musician in New Orleans, Louisiana. He plays the harmonica, sings, and is a street icon in New Orleans. He has been featured on Playing for Change in several episodes. His debut song with Playing for Change was "Stand by Me". He has also been on The Tonight Show and The Colbert Report.

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