14.Highway Is My Home, The (Why Can't You Cry for Me)
16.I Love My Baby
17.I've Been Mistreated
18.You're Going to Miss Me When I'm Gone - (alternate take)
19.I've Been Mistreated
20.It's Hard to Believe - (alternate take)
21.Ride Until the Sun Goes Down
22.Christmas Party Shuffle
23.The Blues Come Rollin' In
24.My Daily Prayer
25.Juke Box Shuffle (9:30 Shuffle)
26.Is Your Friend Really Your Friend?
27.Let Me Love You Baby
28.Cash Box Boogie "Lowell Jumps One"
29.Market Street Blues
Personnel: Lowell Fulson (vocals, guitar); Martin Fulson (guitar); Earl Singers Brown (alto saxophone); Que Martyn (tenor saxophone); Eldridge McCarty, King Solomon, Rufus J. Russell, Lloyd Glenn (piano); Bob Harvey , Dickie Washington, Asal Carson (drums).
Guitarist/singer Lowell Fulson has long been an overlooked blues innovator, overshadowed by more commercially successful artists such as B.B. King. In truth, Fulson gave King "Three O'Clock Blues," which became a hit for King in the '50s. British label JSP does its best to present a more complete picture of Fulson with the four-CD box set Lowell Fulson 1946 to 1953. A superb collection, the set traces the rise of Fulson from obscure Oklahoma guitar slinger to "chitlin circuit" blues star. ~ Matt Collar