Johnny Reb: A6 – The Jigs: De New Sheriff: B1 C CD Various: De New Sheriff (CD, Album) Conservative Records: C CD US: Unknown: Sell This Version: Reviews Add Review It is not permitted to sell this item on Discogs. Share. Videos Edit. Add a Video. Lists 3/5(2). Johnny Reb October 12, · "On a quiet autumn morning, in the land which he loved so well and served so faithfully, the spirit of Robert Edward Lee left the clay which it had so much ennobled and traveled out of this world into the great and mysterious siohidepeanetti.imlebubooktitelcealevestfritorgot.infoinfoers: Finally!! The ending to the last track has been restored by Rock Candy Records after Capitol Records big blunder when it was first released on CD years ago. They've also included rare live tracks from a live promo CD as a bonus! Bravo Rock Candy! This label ROCKS on their remastered CDs/5(43).
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