Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown Dirty Work at the Crossroads 1947-1953

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CD Details

  • Released: May 22, 2006
  • Label: Acrobat

Tracks:

  • 1.Gatemouth Boogie
  • 2.After Sunset
  • 3.Guitar in My Hand
  • 4.Without My Baby
  • 5.Didn't Reach My Goal
  • 6.Atomic Energy
  • 7.My Time Is Expensive
  • 8.Mary Is Fine
  • 9.Two O'Clock in the Morning
  • 10.Boogie Rambler
  • 11.She Walks Right In
  • 12.Win With Me Baby
  • 13.I Live My Life
  • 14.Pale Dry Boogie - (Pt.1)
  • 15.Pale Dry Boogie - (Pt.2)
  • 16.She Winked Her Eye
  • 17.Sad Hour
  • 18.Too Late Baby
  • 19.Taking My Chances
  • 20.Just Got Lucky
  • 21.Baby Take It Easy
  • 22.Dirty Work at the Crossroads
  • 23.You Got Money
  • 24.Boogie Uproar
  • 25.Please Tell Me Baby
  • 26.Gate Walks to Board
  • 27.September Song
  • 28.Okie Dokie Stomp

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Recording information: 1947-1953.
The great Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown developed into the very template for gritty Americana, taking on almost every corner of American roots music with his guitar, fiddle, and charismatic stage presence, but in his earliest recordings, the ones collected here when he was recording for Peacock Records in the 1940s and 1950s, he was more of a T-Bone Walker-inspired guitar wizard slashing through what could only be called electric Texas blues. This is vintage and explosive stuff. ~ Steve Leggett

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