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Country Pete McGill And His Cottonfield Blues Band - Baby.. I'm Gone Album
Country Pete McGill And His Cottonfield Blues Band - Baby.. I'm Gone Album
Performer: Country Pete McGill And His Cottonfield Blues Band
Title: Baby.. I'm Gone
Label: CPM Records
Country: US
Released: 1997
Cat: CPM101
Rating: 4.9/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1577 mb | MP3 size: 2399 mb | WMA size: 2474 mb
Genre: Blues

1Goin' To Mississippi
2Go On Little Girl
3It Hurts Me Too
4Crazy Train
5I'm Gone
6All I Want You To Do
7About To Lose My Mind
8Party Tonight
9Hard To Love
10Find Some Boogie
11Peach Tree Blues
12Lonesome Hours


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PMCT-101Country Pete McGill And His Cottonfield Blues Band Baby.. I'm Gone ‎(Cass, Album)PM Records PMCT-101US1996


  • BassAnthony Davis
  • DrumsI.J. Coleman
  • EngineerGarth Weber
  • Executive-ProducerCarroll Peery
  • GuitarRich Kirch, Robert "Big Bob" Deance
  • Guitar, Performer [Special Guests]Garth Weber, Randy Cohen , Steve Gannon
  • Harmonica, Backing Vocals [Background Vocals]Carlos Zialcita
  • Layout [Cover Layout], DesignCarlos Zialcita
  • Lead Vocals, Backing Vocals [Background Vocals]Country Pete McGill
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Maro Nagahama
  • Piano, Performer [Special Guests]Jimmy Pugh
  • Remix [Re-Mix Engineer], EngineerLeroy Shyne
  • Tenor Saxophone, Performer [Special Guests]Carl Green


Recorded April-July 1996
Red Rooster Studios, Berkeley, CA


  • Barcode: 786498902124


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