1. Lift Him Up That's All
2. Paul And Silas In Jail
3. Mother's Last Word To Her Son
4. The Church Needs Good Deacons
5. Jesus Is My Friend
6. A Mother's Last Word To Her Daughter
7. I Had A Good Father A...
Muddy Waters' 1971 retrospective album A.K.A. McKinley Morganfield caused some confusion during its initial release. The album's original title was A.K.A. Muddy Waters, but the final printing featured the Chicago blues legend's birth name in a larger typeface than his stage moniker, leading it to frequently be mis-shelved in record stores, much to the chagrin of his fans. Title confusion aside, A.K.A McKinley Morganfield remained in high demand among blues enthusiasts during its release. At the time it was the most complete and paramount collection of Waters' material from 1948 to 1960, his works that directly inspired the B...
In a 20-year recording career that began when he was just 16, Shepherd has established himself as an immensely popular recording artist, a consistently in-demand live act and an influential force in a worldwide resurgence of interest in the blues. Now, the five-time GRAMMY® nominee delivers one of his most personal projects to date with Goin' Home, his eighth album and his first to be recorded in his hometown of Shreveport, Louisiana.
Recorded in a mere 11 days, Goin' Home finds Shepherd revisiting a dozen of the vintage blues classics that first ignited his love of the blues and inspired him to play guitar. The artist's ...
Chester Burnett, better known as Howlin' Wolf, was one of the most important and influential figures in Chicago Blues through the 1950s, and along with Muddy Waters helped to establish the electric blues style that laid the foundations for rock music in subsequent decades. With his imposing physical presence and loud, almost fearsome voice, he was a powerful and impressive performer, who wrote and popularised songs which have become classic standards of the genre, like ""Spoonful"", ""Smokestack Lightning"", ""Killing Floor"" and ""Red Rooster"", which becam...
The original live double album (recorded at the Fillmore in September 1968) from two of the all-time great '60s chop- meisters , with special guests Carlos Santana and Elvin Bishop! Includes Green Onions; Her Holy Modal Highness; The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy); Mary Ann; That's All Right , and more. New and original notes, photos the goods!
1. Opening Speech (Album Version)
Al Kooper;Mike Bloomfield
2. The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy) (A...
John Primer was part of Magic Slim & The Teardrops
for over 10 years.
During his days with Slim, he always opened the
show with his great voice and guitar playing.
One of the greatest bluesmen around!
1. Love In Vain
2. Call Me on the Phone
3. My Little Sister
4. Standing On The Crossroads
6. Don t You Hear Me Call You
7. The Things That I Used To Do
8. You Can Make It If You Try
9. Who Is Your Sweet Man When I m Gone
10. I Would Hold You In My Arms