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1. Leaving Here Walking
2. No Consideration
3. Miss Annie Lou
4. Can't Hold Out Much Longer
5. Intro
6. Better Know What You're Doing
7. Whole Lot Of Lovin'
8. Intro
9. Three O'Clock Blues
10. Country Boy In The City
11. Wild About You, Baby
12. Stop The Train

Jimmy Burns - Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals
Tony Palmer - Guitar
Greg McDaniel - Bass
James Carter - Drums
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Jesse Fortune - Vocals track 9

 

Well Delmark, one of Blues premier labels, has done it again. Jimmy Burns, born in Dublin, Mississippi in 1943, presents a great set at the B.L.U.E.S. Club (Chicago) which gives the feeling of an old time Juke. This set is produced by Delmark, one of Chicago's oldest Blues labels. The song selection and the presentation is excellent. I would highly recommend the commentary selection that is included, so you can get some sense of Blues history and where Burns fits in the overall scene.

The guitar player, Anthony Palmer, is a well known player in the Chicago area. He was with Professor Eddie Lusk's Band with Otis Rush and Eric Clapton in last year's release "Live In Montreux" (he was 20 years younger in that!). He has a great tone and plays a great set. His guitar was given to him by Luther Allison. This DVD is for Blues purists, not someone who is looking for rock guitar. Burns is also a very good player and an exceptional slide player. He can also play a good harp.

This gives you the feel of the real Blues. It goes well with the DVD's "Last Of The Mississippi Jukes" and Robert Palmer's "Deep Blues". It shows one how the scene would have been in the early 1950s in the first electric Jukes. A very entertaining and informative DVD. The song selection is varied and interesting. I particularly like Jimmy's minor key gospel-inspired instrumental "Don't Be Late", a very haunting tune! Guest vocalist, Jesse Fortune, a former USA label recording artist, makes a big impression with his rendition of "Three O'Clock Blues". This DVD is a must for Blues fans it has good lenght and sound.The BBQ food looks good too! This is an entertaining addition to one's Blues library. ---Perry Celestino, amazon.com

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1. Leaving Here Walking
2. Twelve Year Old Boy
3. Miss Annie Lou
4. Whiskey Headed Woman
5. One Room Country Shack
6. Shake Your Boogie
7. Better Know What You're Doing
8. Rollin' and Tumblin'
9. Gypsy Woman
10. How Many Times
11. Mean Mistreating Mama
12. Notoriety Woman
13. Talk to Me
14. Catfish Blues
Musicians: Jimmy Burns – guitar, harmonica, vocals Johnny Burgin – guitar John Brumbach – saxophone Sho Komiya – bass Kelly Littleton – drums

 

This is 56 year old Burns' debut CD. When released in 1996 it was chosen as Blues Album of the Year by the National Association of Independent Record Distributors and what a fine effort it is. Firmly rooted in traditional blues, Burns treats us to 14 mostly original tunes that feature some nice guitar work and infectious vocals. A worthwhile addition to any blues collection. --- deepbluereview, amazon.com

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