A Boot and a Shoe

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A Boot and a Shoe
Studio album by
ReleasedApril 2004 (2004-04)
Genre Pop, rock, folk
Label Nonesuch
Producer T Bone Burnett
Sam Phillips chronology
Fan Dance
A Boot and a Shoe
Don't Do Anything
Professional ratings
Aggregate scores
Metacritic 83/100 [1]
Review scores
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Track listing

All tracks written by Sam Phillips.

1."How to Quit"2:27
2."All Night"4:05
3."I Dreamed I Stopped Dreaming"1:52
4."Open the World"2:19
5."Red Silk Five"2:30
6."Reflecting Light"3:21
8."Draw Man"3:38
9."I Wanted to Be Alone"2:16
10."Love Changes Everything"3:10
11."If I Could Write"2:20
12."Hole in My Pocket"1:25
13."One Day Late"3:13


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