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James Cotton – Best Of The Verve Years (2006)

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James Cotton – Best Of The Verve Years (2006)

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1. Good Time Charlie
2. Turn on Your Love Light
3. Something on Your Mind
4. Don't Start Me Talkin'
5. Jelly, Jelly
6. Off the Wall
7. Feelin' Good
8. Sweet Sixteen
9. Knock on Wood
10. Oh, Why?
11. Blues in My Sleep
12. Soul Survivor
13. Fallin' Rain
14. Heart Attack
15. Lovin' Cup
16. She's Murder (AKA "Murder in the First Degree")
17. The Creeper
18. Down at Your Buryin'
19. Back to St. Louis
20. The Coach's Better Days
James Cotton (vocals, harmonica);
Robert Anderson (vocals, electric bass);
Michael Bloomfield (guitar);
Luther Tucker, Bill Nugent (alto saxophone);
James F. "Gene" Barge (tenor saxophone);
McKinley Easton, Delbert L. Hill (baritone saxophone);
David "Fathead" Newman (saxophone);
Paul Serrano (trumpet);
Louis E. Satterfield, John M. Watson (trombone);
Alberto Gianquinto, Mark Naftalin (piano, organ);
Sam Lay, Francis Clay (drums).


After serving as front man and harpist for the legendary Muddy Waters band for 12 years, blues harp legend James Cotton's debut at Verve Records in 1967-1968 is generally conceded to be his most fertile period artistically, and this intelligently chosen best-of does little to dispel that impression. This CD covers all the music from Cotton's first classic LP on Verve, plus nine tracks from his next two Verve releases. A total of 20 awesome cuts in all. It remains one of the crucial artifacts of the '60s blues revival.

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