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1. Sad Days Lonely Nights	 4:22        play
2. Lonesome In My Home
3. Lord, Have Mercy On Me	9:54
4. Crawling King Snake	4:50
5. My Mind Is Rambling	6:21
6. Leaving In The Morning	7:19
7. Old Black Mattie	6:40
8. I'm In Love	5:04
9. Pull Your Clothes Off	4:28                play
10. I'm Gonna Have To Leave Here	6:35	
11. Sad Days Lonely Nights

Personnel: 
Junior Kimbrough (vocals, guitar); 
Kenny Brown (guitar, slide guitar); 
Cedrick Jackson (drums).

 

If All Night Long was a great electric blues portrait, this sophomore release, given more widespread distribution via Fat Possum's deal with Capricorn, is an extension of the portrait, but with a lot more grit and grind thrown in, given a darker, deeper sound by a change in location (still Kimbrough's joint, but a different building). The vocals are further back, buried in the thick, heavy electric mix -- some of this music here is Southern electric blues sounding about the way it might when the apocalypse is just around the corner. Forget the fancy stuff, the polished edges, the studio touches -- there are no second takes, no overdubs, no last chances. It's terrifyingly compelling at times. Junior Kimbrough plays the blues with a raw edge, and it's brilliant, dark and mesmerizing -- and it's on CD, with nothing buried, nothing hidden, and nothing safe, all the sharp edges intact. ~ Steven McDonald

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Junior Kimbrough - Do The Rump! (1988) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/1816-junior-kimbrough/6510-junior-kimbrough-do-the-rump-1988.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/1816-junior-kimbrough/6510-junior-kimbrough-do-the-rump-1988.html Junior Kimbrough - Do The Rump! (1988)

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1. Keep Your Hands off Her
2. I Feel Good, Little Girl
3. You Better Run
4. I'm So Glad (Trouble Don't Last Always)
5. Done Got Old
6. Please Don't Leave Me, Baby
7. Come on and Go With Me
8. Do the Rump!
9. I Want to Know What's Wrong With You
10. Nobody But You Baby
11. Too Late Baby
12. My Mama Done Told Me
13. Walk With Me
Personnel: Junior Kimbrough (vocals, guitar); George Scales (bass, tracks 1-2); Earl ‘Little Joe’ Ayers (bass, tracks 3-13); Calvin Jackson (drums, tracks 1-2); Allabu Juju (drums, tracks 3-13).

 

Kimbrough is tremendous pioneer in the North Mississippi sound and also a veteran bluesman up until his death in the late 90's. Do The Rump is a great record that captures the raw and drone feel of his music. This album is addictive (You listen to it once and you will be humming the songs), all the cuts are purely original (Most were written by Junior). They are I believe a shift to a more primal feel to the blues, one which hasn't been around for quite a long time. This record is a milestone in blues music, and deserves to be in your CD collection........BUY IT! ---amazon.com

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Junior Kimbrough - God Knows I Tried (1997) http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/1816-junior-kimbrough/6481-junior-kimbrough-god-knows-i-tried-1997.html http://theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/1816-junior-kimbrough/6481-junior-kimbrough-god-knows-i-tried-1997.html Junior Kimbrough - God Knows I Tried (1997)

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1. You're Gonna Find Your Mistake
2. How Do You Feel
3. I Gotta Try You Girl
4. I'm in Love With You
5. I Cried Last Night
6. Keep on Braggin'
7. Tramp
8. All Night Long - (instrumental)

Personnel:
Junior Kimbrough (vocals, guitar);
Kenny Brown (guitar);
Gary Burnside, Dale Beavers (bass);
Kenny Malone (drums).

 

This posthumous release from the Mississippi hill-country guitarist is a mixed bag, with recording dates ranging from 1992 to early 1997. For all that, it's a solid collection, an eight-track testimonial to Junior Kimbrough's distinctive sound. From the full, haunting sound of both guitar and vocals on the opening "You're Gonna Find Your Mistake," to the rhythmic subtlety of "How Do You Feel" that's very reminiscent of early country blues, to the steady groove of "I Cried Last Night," God Knows I Tried showcases Kimbrough's unusual style to good advantage. The isolation of Kimbrough and his Mississippi compatriots produced a sound quite unlike any other regional style; distinct from the Chicago style and even from Delta blues, what one hears here is music that's almost trance-inducing without becoming monotonous, music that seems tailored for live playing and hearkens to the days when that was mainly how one heard it. The variations in sound on this CD suggest that they weren't originally recorded with the intent of putting them all on the same album, but the quality of Kimbrough's performance more than overrides such minor quibbles. --Genevieve Williams, Editorial Review

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