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Chest Pains

MCA Records released Greg “Fingers” Taylor’s sophomore effort in 1989. It was recorded at the Jimmy Buffet-owned Shrimpboat Sound in Key West, Florida, and The Village Recorder in Los Angeles. The album, though at times leaning more towards mainstream rock than blues, offers listeners Taylor’s most refined studio album. It includes the most radio-friendly song in his catalog, “Some White People Can Dance.”

  1. Barbed Wire Kiss
  2. Chest Pains
  3. Over The Fence
  4. That Kind Of Love
  5. Jackson Police
  6. Some White People (Can Dance)
  7. Love To Ride
  8. Lost Boy
  9. High Cost Of Loving
  10. Good Rockin’ Woman
  11. Sunburn (Duval St. Stomp)

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