Hobo (Billy Bob Thornton album)
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|Studio album by Billy Bob Thornton|
|Producer||Billy Bob Thornton, Matt Laug, Randy Mitchell|
|Billy Bob Thornton chronology|
The song "Your Blue Shadow" was originally featured on his album Private Radio.
- "I Used to Be a Lion"
- "The Late Great Golden State"
- "El Centro on Five Dollars a Day"
- "Purple Passion"
- "Your Blue Shadow"
- "Orange County Suicide"
- "Smooth Me Over"
- "At Least We Dreamed"
- "Gray Walls"
During the filming of his movie The Astronaut Farmer in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Thornton held a "One stop publicity tour" (his words) for the movie and the album.
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