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~~(2-CD set) Tampa Red's influential later recordings for RCA Victor (1945-53) have never been officially reissued on CD and rarely on LP, yet are a crucial element in the post-war blues canon. Many of his songs were covered by B. B. King, Muddy Waters and other top bluesmen. They feature the majestic piano of latter-day Elmore James sideman, Johnny Jones and include the harmonica of Big Walter 'Shakey' Horton and Sonny Boy Williamson II. There are four previously unissued tracks but none are available on authorised CD, not even on OOC releases.

 

Song List:

1. Evalena (Take a) 
2. Big Stars Falling Blues 
3. Ramblers Blues 
4. If I Don't Find Another True Love 
5. So Crazy About You Baby 
6. If She Don't Come Back 
7. So Much Trouble 
8. I'll Never Let You Go 
9. Too Late Too Long 
10. Got a Mind to Leave This Town 
11. I'm Gonna Put You Down 
12. But I Forgive You 
13. Look a There, Look a There 
14. She's a Cool Operator 
15. I Won't Let Her Do It 
16. Green and Lucky Blues 
17. Early in the Morning 
18. She's Dynamite 
19. Pretty Baby Blues 
20. Sweet Little Angel 
21. Midnight Boogie 
22. I Miss My Lovin' Blues 
23. 1950 Blues 
24. Love Her with a Feeling 
25. It's Good Like That 
26. 1. New Deal Blues 
27. 2. That's Her Own Business 
28. 3. It's Too Late Now 
29. 4. It's a Brand New Boogey 
30. 5. When Things Go Wrong with You (It Hurts Me Too) 
31. 6. Please Try to See It My Way 
32. 7. Keep Jumping 
33. 8. I'll Dig You Sooner or Later 
34. 9. Roaming and Rambling 
35. 10. I Know My Baby Loves Me 
36. 11. You Better Woo Your Baby 
37. 12. Let's Try It Again 
38. 13. Crying Won't Help You 
39. 14. Play Proof Woman 
40. 15. Corrine Blues 
41. 16. Detroit Blues 
42. 17. I Got My Habits on 
43. 18. Mary Lou Blues 
44. 19. Let Me Play with Your Poodle 
45. 20. My First Love Blues 
46. 21. She Want to Sell My Monkey 
47. 22. Mean and Evil Woman 
48. 23. Don't Deal with the Devil 
49. 24. You'd Better Be Ready to Go 
50. 25. Texas Stomp

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