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Crossroads Discography: The Cross Road Blues by Robert Johnson from the Album Robert Johnson, Legendary Blues Singer

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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR13 - Robert Johnson - The Legendary Blues Singer
“The Cross Road Blues” by Robert Johnson; Noma (BMI); from the album Robert Johnson, The Legendary Blues Singer; recorded by Robert Johnson; released on the Chary Budget record label, December 7, 1994

 

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Crossroads Discography: Open Your Eyes by the Doobie Brothers from the Album Minute by Minute

April 28, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR12 - Minute by Miinute
“Open Your Eyes” by Michael McDonald/Lester Abrams/Patrick Henderson; Snug Music (BMI), Loresta Music (ASCAP), Monosteri Music (ASCAP); from the album Minute by Minute; recorded by The Doobie Brothers; released on the Warner Brothers recording label, December 1, 1978

 

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Crossroads Discography: Take the Long Way Home by Supertramp from the Album Breakfast in America

April 21, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR12 - Breakfast in America
“Take The Long Way Home” by Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson; Almo Music Corp. and Delicate Music (ASCAP); from the album Breakfast in America; recorded by Supertramp; released on the A & M recording label, March 29, 1979

 

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Crossroads Discography: A Dream Goes on Forever by Todd Rundgren from the Album Back to the Bars

April 14, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR11 - Back to the Bars
“A Dream Goes On Forever” by Todd Rundgren; Earmark Music Inc./Screen Gems Columbia Music (BMI); from the album Back to the Bars; recorded by Todd Rundgren live at the Agora in Cleveland, Ohio; released on the Bearsville recording label, December, 1977

 

 

 

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Crossroads Discography: Only the Good Die Young by Billy Joel from the Album The Stranger

April 7, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR10a - The Stranger
“Only the Good Die Young”g by Billy Joel; Joelsongs (BMI); from the album; The Stranger; recorded by Billy Joel; released on the Columbia Recording label, September 29, 1977

 

 

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Crossroads Discography: Lose Again by Karla Bonoff from the Album Karla Bonoff

March 31, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR10 - Karla Bonoff
“Lose Again” by Karla Bonoff; Seagrape Music (BMI); from the album Karla Bonoff; recorded by Karla Bonoff; released on the Columbia recording label; September, 1977

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Crossroads Discography: Easy to Slip by Little Feat from the Album Sailin’ Shoes

March 24, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR10 - Sailin' Shoes
“Easy To Slip” by Lowell George; Naked Snake Music (ASCAP); from the album; Sailing Shoes; recorded by Little Feat; released on the Warner Brothers recording label, January 1, 1972

 

 

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Crossroads Discography: How Deep is Your Love by the Bee Gees from the Album Saturday Night Fever

March 17, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR09 - Saturday Night Feveer
“How Deep Is Your Love” by B., R., & M. Gibb; Unichapell Music, Inc. (BMI); from the album Saturday Night Fever; recorded by The Bee Gees; released on the RSO recording label, November 15, 1977

 

 

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Crossroads Discography: Deacon Blues by Steely Dan from the Album Aja

March 10, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR07 - Aja
“Deacon Blues” by Walter Becker and Donald Fagen; ABC/Dunhill Music, Inc. (BMI); from the album Aja; recorded by Steely Dan ; released on the ABC/Dunhill recording label, September 23, 1977

 

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Crossroads Discography: Break on Through (To the Other Side) by The Doors from the Album The Doors

March 3, 2015 Leave a comment
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Cleveland, 1977 — Grappling with a foreign policy crisis, the U.S. government identifies and targets a hapless rock-and-roller as a Russian spy in a classic case of mistaken identity for an innocent, ordinary, ‘Wrong Man’ hero . . . . or is he?  Unlike any novel you have ever read, this one has a soundtrack. After all, a story whose characters are musicians should have . . . . well . . . . music. Right?
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XR07 - The Doors
“Break On Through (To The Other Side)” by The Doors; Doors Music (ASCAP); from the album The Doors; recorded by The Doors ; released on the Elektra recording label, January 4, 1967

 

 

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