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Down Home Blues Chicago 1946-1954 CD3 Tough Times (2005)

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Down Home Blues Chicago 1946-1954 CD3 Tough Times (2005)

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01. Tough Times - John Brim
02. Let Me Ride Your Mule - Johnny Young
03. New Little Girl, Litlte Girl - Lee Brown
04. Big Town Playboy - Little Johnny Jones
05. Leaving Daddy Blues - Grace Brim
06. I Found My Baby - Jimmy Reed
07. Act Like You Love Me - Jimmy Rogers
08. Joliet Blues - Johnny Shines
09. Dust My Broom - Robert Lockwood
10. Bad Luck Blues - Albert King
11. Baby Please Don’t Go - Muddy Waters
12. My Baby Told Me - J.B. Lenoir
13. Lawdy Lawdy - Junior Wells
14. My Baby Walked Out On Me - Johnny Young
15. So Much Trouble - Tampa Red
16. Hoodoo Man - Junior Wells
17. Dark Clouds - John Brim
18. Don't Have To Hunt No More - Little Walter
19. I Want You For Myself - Snooky Pryor
20. Going Down The Line - Grace Brim
21. It's All Over Now - Sunnyland Slim
22. Easy Walkin' Papa - Essie Sykes
23. Lonesome Man Blues - John Brim
24. Which One Do I Love - Big Boy Spires
25. Back To Korea - Sunnyland Slim


Disc three shows no signs of slowing down with John Brim's Tough Times kicking things into gear, and with backing from Jimmy Reed's rugged harp and guitar from Eddie Taylor, Brim's vocals get tight and driving support. More rarities arise with Jimmy Reed's I Found My Baby (which may have drumming supplied by Albert King) and King's own passionate Bad Luck Blues is superb Chicago Blues. Sunnyland Slim's It's All Over Now and Back To Korea Blues find the hard-working pianist getting full support from Snooky Pryor and Baby Face Leroy, and Robert Lockwood's 1951 recording of Dust My Broom features sparkling Lockwood guitar with bomb-dropping percussion from Alfred "Fat Man" Wallace propelling things in straight ahead fashion. Muddy Waters blows through an updated Baby Please Don't Go with Turn The Lamp Down Low and Little Walter's harp here is at its muscular and distorted best, just as it is on Walter's own highly-charged instrumental, Don't Have To Hunt No More. A major surprise comes from Essie Sykes, whose Easy Walkin' Papa seems to have immediately followed a Regal session for Roosevelt Sykes in 1951, and while Roosevelt's piano was never that of a slouch, his fine efforts (and those of the singer) are somewhat overshadowed by Robert Nighthawk's gutter-drenched guitar. Grace Brim, Snooky Pryor, Tampa Red, Johnny Young, Junior Wells, and Johnny Shines also garner plenty of space on some serious attention-drawing numbers. --- bigroadblues.com

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