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Whose Muddy Shoes

   Artist: Elmore James and John Brim
Label: Dolchess
Reissue Label: Dolchess
Orig. Released: 1969
Catalog No.: LPDOL1466
Condition: Sealed-Reissue
Format: LP

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Description
Includes many of Elmore's hard-to-find Chess singles. John Brim sings five songs, Elmore James sings seven separately; and they perform two songs together... "Fifties Chicago blues brethren James and Brim share the spotlight on the return of a long-unavailable 1969 Chess album. James's rousing vocals perfectly suit the racy mood defined by the Broomdusters on nine songs, from the famous "Dust My Broom" to the little-known "Tool Box Blues," His guitar, of course, plays a big role, showcasing the intense drama and portentous technique of a postwar twelve-bar blues paladin. Singer/guitarist Brim's six sides, made in 1953 and 1956, tell of his honesty and modest skill, with only "Tough Times," elbowed along by Snooky Prior's harmonica and Eddie Taylor's guitar, leaving a lasting impression for its edgy music and timelessly pertinent lyrics." -- Frank John Hadley 1993, "Grove Press Guide to Blues on CD"
Track Titles

A1. Ice Cream Man 2:46
A2. Whose Muddy Shoes 3:17
A3. Madison Blues 2:24
A4. I See My Baby 3:03
A5. You Got Me 2:58
A6. My Best Friend 3:22
A7. The Sun Is Shining 2:46

B1. Talk To My Baby 2:17
B2. Rattlesnake 3:10
B3. Be Careful 2:42
B4. Dust My Broom 3:01
B5. Tool Bag Boogie 2:39
B6. Tough Times 3:01
B7. Call It Stormy Monday 2:27


 

Liner Notes
MANUFACTURED IN EUROPE ON HQ 140 GRAM VIRGIN VINYL. PRINTED IN 2014 BY DOL, A TRADEMARK OF VINYLOGY, WWW.VINYLOGY.RU.
 
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