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The Nighthawks - Jacks & Kings Vol. I & II (1978)

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The Nighthawks - Jacks & Kings Vol. I & II (1978)

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01. For You, My Love 
02. Come Baby 
03. Love Me or Leave Me 
04. Dust My Broom 
05. (Thank You) Sugar Mama 
06. The Sky Is Crying 
07. Pinetop’s Boogie Woogie 
08. Floyd’s Guitar Blues 
09. Walkin’ by Myself 
10. Little Queenie 
11. Born in Chigago 
12. Anna Lee 
13. Two Bugs & a Roach 
14. Lickin’ Gravy 
15. Sea Cruise 
16. Nervous Breakdown 
17. Rockin’ the Boogie 
18. After Hours 
19. Mother-in-Law Blues 
20. Gotta Get My Baby Back

Personnel: 
Jimmy Thackery - Guitar, Vocals
Mark Wenner - Harmonica, Vocals
Jan Zukowski - Bass
Pete Ragusa - Drums
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Bob Margolin - Guitar
Luther 'Guitar Junior' Johnson - Guitar, Vocals
Pinetop Perkins - Piano, Vocals
Dave Maxwell - Piano, Organ
Calvin Jones – Vocals

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Classic material and stirring playing. A must-find. The Nighthawks were playing with Muddy Waters at the Cellar Door at the time, so they invited his band to come into the studio after hours to record some classic Chicago blues tunes. The result was a classic—a showcase of inspired playing of outstanding blues, titled 'Jacks & Kings.' The band to this day regards this as one of their finest moments, and it became probably their best selling album. In 1979, Adelphi created 'Jacks & Kings, Volume 2: Full House.' This featured some quality, previously unreleased material from 'Side Pocket Shot' and the Jacks & Kings sessions. It was another solid showcase of classic blues mixed with rock and roll, and has been re-released as the combined CD 'Jacks & Kings Volume I & II.'

This CD is a little tough to review in that it is really two albums combined. The first is a classic bar band blues set with backing provided by regulars from the Muddy Waters band. The second veers more toward R&B and rock. The first album is definitely superior but since it is sold at single CD prices, the second album is really just a bonus. One other quibble is that an excellent slow blues number, 'Got A Mind To Travel', was dropped from the original Volume One vinyl and also 'Before You Accuse Me' was dropped from Volume Two. What's left is mostly uptempo good-time blues by a band that loves its work. ---amazon.com

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