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Tracklist 1 You’re Gonna Need My Help I Said     3:06 2 Sad Letter Blues     3:00 3 Early Morning Blues     3:06 4 Appealing Blues     2:46 5 Louisiana Blues     2:53 6 Evans Shuffle     2:11 7 Long Distance Call     2:39 8 Too Young To Know     3:12 9 Honey Bee              3:21 10 Howlin’ Wolf     2:42 ...

I Am the Blues is the sixth studio Chicago blues album released in 1970 by the well-known bluesman Willie Dixon. It is also the title of Dixon’s autobiography, edited by Don Snowden. The album features songs written by Dixon and originally performed by other artists for Chess Records. 1. Back Door Man 2. I Can’t Quit You Baby 3. The ...

My Kind of Blues is the sixth studio album released by B. B. King in 1961. It apparently emanates from a single recording session from about March 3, 1960. Tracklist: A1 You Done Lost Your Good Thing Now A2 Mr. Pawn Broker A3 Understand A4 Someday Baby A5 Driving Wheel B1 Walking Dr. Bill B2 My Own Fault, Baby B3 ...

On September 29, 1982 blues singer Tail Dragger recorded nine songs with Johnny B. Moore and Jesse Lee Williams, guitars; Eddie ‘Jewtown’ Burks, harmonica; Willie Kent, bass; Larry Taylor, drums. Unfortunately producer Iron Jaw Harris didn’t live long enough to see the album issued. Jimmy Dawkins, operating his Leric label, made an arrangement with Tail Dragger to release the 45 ...

1.Guess Who 2.Anahuac Breakdown 3.Time On My Hands 4.Am I Blue 5.Please Send Me Someone to Love 6.Grease Bowl 7.When Your Lover Has Gone 8.This Bitter Earth 9.Night Train 10.Where Are You 11.It Could Happen to You Recorded July 22 & 23, 1978 in Paris, France Release Date: June 16, 2008 Label: Disques Black & Blue Total Length: 1:08:10

Charlie Musselwhite says “Harpdog Brown is all blues man!” My good friend Harpdog Brown has a new CD out. He’s got a smokin’ band playing and he’s singing the real deal, old school blues just like you want to hear it. It’s easy to tell from listening that Harpdog knows what he’s doing and loves what he’s doing. I’m not ...

This album marks what could probably be considered the nadir of Muddy Waters’ career, although at the time it did sell somewhere between 200,000 and 250,000 copies, a lot for Waters in those days. By 1968, Waters was no longer reaching black audiences, who were mostly listening to soul music by that time, and he also wasn’t selling records to ...

Review by Thom Jurek Calling this retrospective by Charlie Musselwhite a “deluxe edition” may be a little misleading. Twelve of the album’s 14 tracks come from three albums he recorded for Alligator in the early ’90s. There are four each from Ace of Harps (1990), Signature (1991), and In My Time (1993). The sequencing is beautifully done and representative. The ...

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