Junior Wells Southside Blues Jam [Digipak]
Rolling Stone: "...[Junior Wells is] an exceptional harp player...and a powerful, soulful singer....This is music of incredible honesty and emotion; rarely are such moments captured on tape..."
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- Released: December 16, 2014
- Originally Released: 2014
- Label: Delmark
Rolling Stone - 10/15/70, p.36"...[Junior Wells is] an exceptional harp player...and a powerful, soulful singer....This is music of incredible honesty and emotion; rarely are such moments captured on tape..."
- 1.Stop Breaking Down
- 2.I Could Have Had Religion
- 3.Just Make Love To Me
- 4.Lend Me Your Love
- 5.Long Distance Call
- 6.Blues For Mayor Daley
- 7.In My Younger Days
- 8.Trouble Don't Last
- 9.It's Too Late Brother
- 10.Warmin' Up
- 11.Love Me Baby
- 12.I Could Have Had Religion [Alternate]
- 13.Rock Me
- 14.Lexington Movies
- 15.Got To Play the Blues
Personnel includes: Junior Wells, Otis Spann, Buddy Guy.
Personnel: Junior Wells (vocals, harmonica); Otis Spann (piano); Fred Below (drums).
Liner Note Authors: Michael Cuscuna; Bob Koester.
Recording information: Sound Studios, Chicago, IL (01/08/1970); Sound Studios, Chicago, IL (12/30/1969).
Photographers: Ray Flerlage; Greg Roberts.
Enjoyable but less electrifying follow-up to Hoodoo Man Blues, cut in 1969-1970 -- looser, with longer songs that afford more room to stretch out instrumentally but don't quite equal the stunning precision of what came before. Buddy Guy returns on guitar; Otis Spann is the pianist, and Fred Below keeps superb time. ~ Bill Dahl
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