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Blind Mississippi Morris - You Know I Like That (1996)

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Blind Mississippi Morris - You Know I Like That (1996)

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1. You Know I Like That
2. Nobody Ever Gives Me What I Want
3. The Woman I'm Lovin'
4. Good Evening
5. Killing Kind
6. Hwy 61
7. Funk N' See
8. Going Back To Louisianna
9. Junkyard Dog
10. When A Woman Get's In Trouble
11. Lover's Moon
12. Mean St.
13. Second Hand Store
14. Beale St. Tonight
15. Medley

Blind Mississippi Morris (vocals, saxophone, harp); 
David Daniels (guitar); 
Brad Webb (slide guitar, guitar); 
Greg Redding (Hammond B-3 organ); 
Dan Cochran (bass); 
David Fowler (drums); 
Tony Adams (drums, vocals, percussion); 
Rusty McFarland (tambourine)
The Midtown Horns: Jim Spake, Scott Thompson


Blind Mississippi Morris (born Morris Cummings, April 6, 1955, Clarksdale, Mississippi) is an American blues artist.

Cummings lost his sight at the age of four, but that did not stop him from learning the blues. Morris has become a popular blues act on Beale Street. Morris and his band, the Pocket Rockets, are known as the “real deal from Beale”. Morris has a talented lineage. His cousins, Robert and Mary Diggs, led the Memphis Sheiks, and his aunt, Mary Tanner, played with the Harps of Melody. Morris is also a cousin of the late Willie Dixon.

Morris is the very embodiment of the Delta bluesman. He has been called a new disciple of the Delta blues, he was rated one of the 10 best harmonica players in the world by Bluzharp magazine. He has performed with legendary musicians such as B. B. King, Rufus Thomas, Muddy Waters, David Porter and many other Memphis, Tennessee artists. ---last.fm

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