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  1. Black Lion
  2. Recipe for Disaster
  3. Lost in a Day
  4. Bughouse in Pasadena
  5. Feel Town
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  1. Black Lion
  2. Recipe for Disaster
  3. Lost in a Day
  4. Bughouse in Pasadena
  5. Feel Town
  6. Last Tear (Delaney's Song)
  7. Fisherman's Daughter
  8. Sooner or Later
  9. Missing Guru
  10. Livin' in It
  11. Moscow Girl
  12. Exiled
  13. Solar Powered Radio
  14. No More Runnin'
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It's unfair to call Bill Carter a musician who operates behind the scenes but most of his mainstream success arrived as a songwriter, not performer. Usually, those successes arrived via a Vaughan Brother: the Fabulous Thunderbirds turned "Why Get Up" into a drive-time staple and Stevie Ray Vaughan cut both "Willie the Wimp" and "Tightrope." Some of Innocent Victims & Evil Companions, Carter's ninth solo album, recalls this kind of Texan blues-rock -- certainly there's a stronger through-line between '80s blues and this 2016 ...

Innocent Victims & Evil Companions 2016, Forty Below Records

UPC: 020286221043

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