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XX - XX - 2000

LAY DOWN WITH DOGS
   FULL MOON  FMRCD021
   Australia
   
   Tracks :
   01. Eileen
   02. Crazy 'Bout You Baby
   03. Fresh Horse
   04. Outskirts Of Paradise
   05. Louise
   06. Gasoline
   07. Colors Don't Run
   08. Streets Of The City
   09. Maintain The Rage
   10. Bring It On Home
   11. It's Alright
   12. I'm Blind
   13. Love Grown Cold
   14. Whatya Tell Ya Man
   15. Maggie's Farm
   16. Bullet Proof
   
  
Dave TICE
   Vocals, guitar, harp

   Dave TICE
   Writer of the track N 01
   (with Johnny Guitar)

   Dave TICE
   Writer of the track N 04
   (with Dennis Walker)

   Dave TICE
   Writer of the track N 05
   (with Mal Eastick)

   Dave TICE
   Writer of the tracks N 06, 07, 08, 09, 11, 12 and 16

   Dave TICE
   Arranger of the track N 13

  
Dave TICE
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   (with John Bee)
   

  

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