The Ragpicker's Dream - Mark Knopfler
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  1. Why Aye Man
  2. Devil Baby
  3. Hill Farmer's Blues
  4. A Place Where We Used to Live
  5. Quality Shoe
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  1. Why Aye Man
  2. Devil Baby
  3. Hill Farmer's Blues
  4. A Place Where We Used to Live
  5. Quality Shoe
  6. Fare Thee Well Northumberland
  7. Marbletown
  8. You Don't Know You're Born
  9. Coyote
  10. The Ragpicker's Dream
  11. Daddy's Gone to Knoxville
  12. Old Pigweed
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With his second post-millennium album in just two years, Mark Knopfler has already equaled his meager (non-soundtrack) output for the '90s. And while he isn't reinventing himself, The Ragpicker's Dream is a pleasant, classy, often inspired effort whose unassuming charms are best appreciated after repeated listenings. The memorable riffage that fueled Dire Straits' most radio-friendly material has been discarded for a more pastoral approach, making this a perfect album for a rainy Sunday morning. Like his Notting Hillbillies ...

The Ragpicker's Dream 2002, Warner Bros.

UPC: 093624831822

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