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Driftin' Slim & His Blues Band - Somebody Hoo-Doo'd The Hoo-Doo Man (1968)

28-08-2015, 17:22
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Driftin' Slim & His Blues Band - Somebody Hoo-Doo'd The Hoo-Doo Man (1968)

Artist: Driftin' Slim & His Blues Band
Title Of Album: Somebody Hoo-Doo'd The Hoo-Doo Man
Year Of Release: 1968/1999
Genre: Modern Electric Blues
Label: Milestone Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 38:21
Total Size: 109 MB
Covers: Front

01. Jackson Blues (2:15)
02. How Many More Years (2:17)
03. Hoo-Doo Man Blues (2:35)
04. Mama Blues (2:00)
05. Standing Around Crying (2:41)
06. Give An Account (Instrumental) (3:19)
07. Jack O' Diamonds (2:12)
08. My Little Machine (2:47)
09. Mama Don't Tear My Clothes (2:08)
10. This World Is None Of My Home (3:27)
11. A Dip Of Snuff And A Narrow Escape (1:50)
12. Till I Got Sixteen (2:58)
13. Christine Blues (Instrumental) (3:11)
14. Jonah (2:01)
15. I'm Hunting Somebody (2:32)

Slim's only full album (his earlier recordings show up on several compilations) is one of the great "rediscovery" albums of the genre. Five of the 15 tracks here are with a full band, but the remaining solo performances are the real treasure trove. These range from full-stops-out one-man band numbers ("I'm Hunting Somebody" is a true classic) to unaccompanied harmonica pieces ("Mama Blues," "Jonah") to autobiographical recitations like "A Dip of Snuff and a Narrow Escape" that are utterly charming in their simplicity. It's well worth seeking out, as it's a true gem with loads of folkish charm. ~Bill Dahl

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