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VA - Don't Worry, Sing The Blues (1998)

1-05-2014, 18:57
Music | Blues

VA - Don't Worry, Sing The Blues (1998)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Don't Worry, Sing The Blues
Year Of Release: 1998
Label: Atomic Theory
Genre: Chicago Blues, Texas Blues, Delta Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 73:32
Total Size: 176 Mb
Covers: Front & Back

01. Willie Murphy - Pocketful Of Money (5:41)
02. Lamont Cranston - Play The Blues (4:29)
03. Hoopsnakes - It Ain't Easy Bein' Me (3:48)
04. James Solberg Band - See That My Grave Is Kept Clean (5:14)
05. Lynwood Slim - Tried To Call You (3:52)
06. James Solberg Band - Do You Call That A Buddy (3:20)
07. Jimmy Rogers - Slick Chick (3:09)
08. Hubert Sumlin - Feed Me (5:07)
09. R.J. Mischo & Teddy Morgan Blues Band - She's Murder (Feat. Percy Strother) (2:50)
10. Larry McRray & The Bluegills - The Moon Is Full (7:11)
11. The Bluegills - Bluegills (3:08)
12. Willie Murphy & The Angel-Headed Hipsters - Hustlin' Man Blues (3:44)
13. Lynwood Slim - I Refuse (2:52)
14. Hoopsnakes - First Man (Who Ever Had The Blues) (4:44)
15. Larry Cranston - Cold Winds (Feat. Teddy Morgan) (3:42)
16. Al Rapone - Rock Me (4:32)
17. The Butanes Soul Revue - I Ain't Drunk (6:05))

This sampler from the Atomic Theory record label features seventeen cuts by such artists as: Jimmy Rogers, Hubert Sumlin, R.J. Mischo, Teddy Morgan as well as a track each from Al Rapone (Rock Me) and the Butanes Soul Revue (I Ain't Drunk.)

The Butanes' "I Ain't Drunk" may be the last track on this 17-song blues collection, but it's first when it comes to illustrating the set's woozy appeal. With barefaced blue-collar chutzpah, the Butanes whip up a pro-drinking anthem that would do any working stiff proud and packs such a wallop it could give even the most sober socialite a contact buzz. Like the Butanes' moment (and the barflies hollering along on the live recording of "Drunk"), this compilation brings together a gang of voices - Willie Murphy, the James Solberg Band, Lamont Cranston, R.J. Mischo, Lynwood Slim and others - that have been cultivated in life's most interesting petrie dish: bars, nightclubs and pubs. In that sense, this sampler is something of a historic event in that it brings together some of the Twin Cities' most well-traveled blues dogs (and a few out-of-town ringers) on one CD. But it also speaks to the variety of the blues stripes there are out there, from straight blues, to jump-blues, rock blues and even a testimonial from "The First Man (Who Ever Had the Blues)." ~Jim Walsh

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