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Everything's Going To Be Alright

Al Green

Year: 2004

Runtime: 00:56:05

This 1991 concert performance was filmed at the Celebrity Theatre in Anaheim, CA, and features the L.A. Mass Choir.

Al Green Available In:

Christian And Gospel, R&B, Soul

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