Chronicle: Their Greatest Stax Hits

Carla Thomas

Chronicle Their Greatest Stax Hits
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    1. Do The Funky Chicken 3:15
    2. Sixty Minute Man 3:30
    3. The Preacher And The Bear 3:52
    4. (Do The) Push And Pull 3:14
    5. The World Is Round 3:18
    6. The Breakdown (Part 1) 3:17
    7. Do The Funky Penguin (Part 1) 3:05
    8. Where Do I Go 2:22
    9. I've Fallen In Love (With You) 2:43
    10. I Like What You're Doing (To Me) 2:56
    11. Guide Me Well 4:15
    12. You've Got A Cushion To Fall On 3:42
    13. (Do The) Push And Pull 3:14
    14. The Breakdown (Part 2) 3:17
    15. Sugar 4:15

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