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In the tradition of other cop shows like "Miami Vice" and "Car 54, Where Are You?", this series is no exception. The viewer follows the exploits of . Hooker and Vince Romano as police officers, as they track criminals and enforce the law. Written by Ari Herzog <[email protected]>

Lee Zeldin (born January 30, 1980) is an American lawyer and politician. A Republican, he has represented New York's 1st congressional district in the …

Disc 5— Friends
1. "I Got Eyes For You" – With "Little" Eddie Kirkland
2. "Mai Lee" – With The Groundhogs
3. "Peavine" – With Canned Heat
4. "Never Get Out Of These Blues Alive" – With Van Morrison
5. "Five Long Years" – With Joe Cocker
6. "The Healer" – With Carlos Santana
7. "I'm In The Mood" – With Bonnie Raitt
8. "Sally Mae" – With George Thorogood
9. "Mr. Lucky" – With Robert Cray
10. "Up And Down" – With Warren Haynes
11. "Boom Boom" – With Jimmie Vaughan
12. "You Shook Me" – With . King
13. "Don't Look Back" – With Van Morrison
14. "Dimples" – With Los Lobos
15. "Boogie Chillen'" – With Eric Clapton 

On October 6, 2013, Zeldin announced he would seek the Republican nomination to again run against incumbent Democratic Congressman Tim Bishop . [17]

Back on the road south of Clarksdale, you'll notice that Highway 61 is a lot of four-lane now, slicing through the flat, black earth of the delta as easily as a silver knife through moist cake. Divert yourself west to the parallel Highway 1, a quiet two-laner running along the Mississippi's "Great Wall," a never-ending levee. Here you'll find Rosedale, a town famed blues musician Robert Johnson sang about. Today, what's worth singing about are the Mexican tamales at White Front Café (Main St., Rosedale; tel. 1 662 759 3842).

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Live recordings of the medley are included on Live (1986) and 30th Anniversary Tour: Live (2004). In the 1986 performance, as he is being evicted, he makes sure to pack up his "John Lee Hooker record collection" before he heads off to the bar. Both the studio version and the live version of "One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer" have been included on several Thorogood compilations, which list the songwriter as Hooker.

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