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The Stampeders

The Stampeders

 

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The Stampeders are a Canadian rock trio, consisting of Rich Dodson (guitar, vocals), Ronnie King (bass, vocals), and Kim Berly (drums, vocals).[1]

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Got My Mojo Working
 
"Got My Mojo Working" is a blues song written by Preston "Red" Foster and first recorded by Ann Cole in 1956.
Sweet City Woman
 
"Sweet City Woman" is a 1971 song by Canadian rock band The Stampeders.
Ann Cole
American musician
bornJanuary 29, 1934
Newark, New Jersey
Dusty Roads...
Album
Dusty Roads... is an album by Scotty Bullock & The Stampeders, released on January 1, 1999.

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Popular Songs1

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