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|1.||Between The Sun And Moon|
|2.||Long Time Coming|
|5.||A Soul For Sale|
|8.||Can't Look Back|
|9.||You And Me|
|10.||She's The One|
|13.||Into The Sun|
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|From: onemorecast||Date: March 10, 2005 at 22:12|
|I would be curious to hear some of the tracks. He is dokken's bass player.|
|From: onemorecast||Date: September 25, 2010 at 0:04|
|I saw Barry out with Uncle Ted a couple of years ago. He is a great bass player, and has a very good voice. Ted let him sing Hey Baby during the show. I'm not sure how good he is on guitar or writing, I don't think he ever had any writing creds with Dokken. I would be interested in hearing this. Impressive special guests.|
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