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Peace to the Neighborhood

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Pops Staples 6/29/1992

Review

The septuagenarian Pop Staples puts a lot of younger performers to shame with his integrity-laden solo release Peace to the Neighbourhood. The founder of The Staples Singers combines joyous soul and gospel with swampy funk and blues. Of course, it doesn't hurt to have the rest of The Staples, and admirers Bonnie Raitt, Jackson Browne, and Ry Cooder along for the ride. Includes the street-wise, anti-drug-culture "Miss Cocaine." ~ Roch Parisien
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 World in Motion Pops Staples 3:55
  3. 2 Love Is a Precious Thing Pops Staples 4:49
  4. 3 America Pops Staples 4:18
  5. 4 Down in Mississippi Pops Staples 4:59
  6. 5 This May Be the Last Time Pops Staples 3:24
  7. 6 (Peace to) The Neighborhood Pops Staples 3:22
  8. 7 Miss Cocaine Pops Staples 5:39
  9. 8 Pray on My Child Pops Staples 4:23
  10. 9 Pray Pops Staples 5:1
  11. 10 I Shall Not Be Moved Pops Staples 4:1

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