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Mos Scocious

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  1. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Mos' Scocious: Anthology [Box] by Dr. John (CD, Oct, 2 Discs, Rhino (Label)) at the best online prices at 5/5(1).
  2. Mos' Scocious Down, get down, inside your love Mos' Scocious Baby come on out your satchel Mos' Scocious Do the thing so natural Mos' Scocious Don't you tell what you D-I-D Can't show me how it T-I is Take care of your B-I-Z Sell out no L-O-V-E Bodacious, hellacious Y-O-U Mos' Scocious Why catch up for you know who? Mos' Scocious and soulful baby.
  3. This track collection, Mos’ Scocious: The Dr. John Anthology, follows his evolution from his late- ’50s sideman days through his maturation into a jazzy piano soloist in the ’80s. There.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Mos' Scocious: The Dr. John Anthology on Discogs/5(22).
  5. Jun 22,  · Cyril delivers a powerful heartfelt performance as we celebrate the life of New Orleans own Dr. John homegoing.
  6. MOS' SCOCIOUS! Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. S J Buck. out of 5 stars Start here! Reviewed in the United States on March 22, This is a great collection to get, especially if you don't have many of Dr John's solo CD's already. On 2 CD's you get 39 tracks covering his career from the recordings 5/5(12).
  7. MOS' SCOCIOUS! 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. 0 Comment Report abuse. S J Buck. out of 5 stars Start here! Reviewed in the United States on March 22, This is a great collection to get, especially if you don't have many of Dr John's solo CD's already. On 2 CD's you get 39 tracks covering his career from the recordings with /5.
  8. Mos' Scocious Lyrics: Mos' Scocious / I really wanna do you up so bad / Mos' Scocious / Down, get down, inside your love / Mos' Scocious / Baby come on out your satchel / Mos' Scocious / Do the.
  9. Oct 07,  · It’s just one of Dr. John’s many delightful coinages, like the song title, Mos’ Scocious, which also means “everything’s fine.” [Source: Desitively bonnaroo not Cajun French] Saving an explanation from Dr John himself, I think this answer is as authoritative as any we are likely to find.

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