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'The Way Of The World' Mose Allison

Mose Allison
Mar 10, 2010 Updated Mar 15, 2010

Another thrilling installment from the 82 year old Mose Allison - his first recording in over 10 years.

Here's the tracklist:

1. My Brain

2. I Know You Didn't Mean It

3. Everybody Thinks You're An Angel

4. Let It Come Down

5. Modest Proposal

6. Crush

7. Some Right, Some Wrong

8. The Way Of The World

9. Ask Me Nice

10. Once In A While

11. I'm Aright

12. The New Situation

Hear a Mose Allison segment on Radio National's The Weekend Planet here.


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Mose John Allison, Jr. (born November 11, 1927) is an American jazz blues pianist, singer and songwriter. Early life: Allison was born outside Tippo, Mississippi, on his grandfather's farm, which was known as The Island "because Tippo Bayou encircles it." He took piano lessons from age five, picked cotton, played piano in grammar school and trumpet in high school, and wrote his first song at...

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