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The greatest Blues Legends 10 CDs
The greatest Blues Legends 10 CDs


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The greatest Blues Legends 10 CDs


Es liest sich wie ein WHO IS WHO des amerikanischen Blues: Diese 10-CD-Box präsentiert zwanzig Alben der größten Namen des Genres. Von B.B. King bis Muddy Waters, von Charlie Patton bis Robert Johnson, von T-Bone Walker bis John Lee Hooker - das Beste der Besten. Mit Songs wie I got my brand on you, I'm your hoochie coochie man, I feel so good, Double trouble u.v.a.


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CD1

MUDDY WATERS - “MUDDY WATERS AT NEWPORT” (1960)
Born: McKinley Morganfield (1915 – 1983). American blues musician, considered by many to be a founder of the modern Chicago Blues style. A powerful inspiration for the emergence of the electric blues oriented groups in the UK during the 60s. Muddy Waters was inducted into “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 1987.
1. I Got My Brand on You (Morganfield) 4.40
2. I´m Your Hoochie Coochie Man (Morganfield) 2.55
3. Baby Please Don´t You Energy (Morganfield) 2.59
4. Soon Forgotten (Oden) 4.14
5. Tiger in Your Tank (Dixon) 4.29
6. I Feel so Good (Broonzy) 2.51
7. I´ve Got My Mojo Working (Morganfield) 4.22
8. I´ve Got My Mojo Working PART II (Morganfield) 2.58
9. Goodbye Newport Blues (Hughes / Morganfield) 4.44
Bass Andrew Stevenson Drums Francis Clay Guitar Tat Harris Harmonica James Cotton
Piano Otis Spann & Vocals (track 9) Guitar Muddy Waters

MUDDY WATERS - “MUDDY WATERS SINGS BIG BILL” (1960)
10. Tell Me Baby (Broonzy) 2.19
11. Southbound Train (Broonzy) 2.55
12. When I Get to Thinking (Melka) 3.09
13. Just a Dream (On My Mind) (Broonzy) 2.33
14. Double Trouble (Melka) 2.48
15. I Feel so Good (Broonzy) 2.58
16. Baby, I Done Got Wise (Morganfield) 3.00
17. Mopper´s Blues (Broonzy) 2.56
18. Lonesome Road Blues (Broonzy) 3.06
19. Hey Hey (Broonzy) 2.42

Total Time 62.38



CD2

HOWLIN´ WOLF - “MOANIN´ IN THE MOONLIGHT” (1958)
Born: Chester Arthur Burnett (1910 – 1976). American Blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player. Inducted into The “Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 1991.
1. Moanin´ at Midnight (Burnett) 2.55
2. How Many More Years (Burnett) 2.42
3. Smokestack Lightnin´ (Burnett) 3.01
4. Baby How Long (Burnett) 2.52
5. No Place to Go (Burnett) 2.53
6. All Night Boogie (Burnett) 2.14
7. Evil (Burnett) 2.50
8. I´m Leavin´ You (Burnett) 2.55
9. Moanin´ for My Baby (Burnett) 2.48
10. I Asked for Water (She Gave Me Gasoline) (Burnett) 2.49
11. Fourty-Four (Burnett) 2.46
12. Somebody in My Home (Burnett) 2.22

HOWLIN´ WOLF - “HOWLIN´ WOLF” (1962)
13. Shake for Me (Dixon) 2.16
14. The Red Rooster (Dixon) 2.27
15. You´ll Be Mine (Dixon) 2.28
16. Who´s Been Talkin´ (Burnett) 2.23
17. Wang-Dang Doodle (Dixon) 2.25
18. Little Baby (Dixon) 2.46
19. Spoonful (Dixon) 2.47
20. Going Down Slow (St. Louis Jimmy) 3.24
21. Down in the Bottom (Dixon) 2.11
22. Back Door Man (Dixon) 2.50
23. Howlin´ for My Baby (Dixon) 2.33
24. Tell Me (Burnett / Dixon) 2.56

Total Time 65.14



CD3
SONNY BOY WILLIAMSON - “DOWN AND OUT BLUES” (1959)

Born: Alex Miller (1899 – 1965). American blues singer & harmonica player at the emergence of electric blues. Research has shown that Miller was born Aleck Ford on the Sara Jones Plantation in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi. He took on the name of his sharecropper stepfather, Jim Miller.

1. Don´t Start Me to Talkin´ (Williamson) 2.34
2. I Don´t Know (Williamson) 2.24
3. All My Love in Vain (Williamson) 2.49
4. The Key (To Your Door) (Williamson) 3.15
5. Keep It to Yourself (Williamson) 2.50
6. Dissatisfied (Williamson) 2.43
7. Fattening Frogs for Snakes (Williamson) 2.20
8. Wake up Baby (Williamson) 2.57
9. Your Funeral and My Trial (Williamson) 2.29
10. “99” (Williamson) 2.38
11. Cross My Heart (Williamson) 3.21
12. Let Me Explain (Williamson) 2.54

Bass Willie Dixon (tracks: 2,4 to 12) Drums Fred Below Guitar Jimmy Rogers (tracks: 1,3) & Luther Tucker (tracks: 2,4 to 12) & Muddy Waters (tracks: 1,3) & Robert Jr. Lockwood (tracks: 2, 4 to 12) Piano Otis Spann (tracks: 1,3,6,7 to 12) Vocals & Harmonica Sonny Boy Williamson

ALBERT KING - “THE BIG BLUES” (1962)

Born: Albert Nelson (1923 – 1992). American singer, guitarist and songwriter. Albert King is one of the most influential blues guitarists of the 1950s and 1960s.
A recording artist since the late 1940s, he enjoyed his biggest commercial successes while signed to the Stax label from 1966 until 1974.

13. Let´s Have a Natural Ball (King) 2.53
14. What Can I Do to Change Your Mind (King) 2.52
15. I Get Evil (King) 2.16
16. Had You Told It like It Was 3.05
(It Wouldn´t Be like It Is) (Thompson)
17. This Morning (King) 2.09
18. I Walked All Night Long (King) 2.54
19. Don´t Throw Your Love on Me so Strong (King) 2.57
20. Travelin´ to California (King) 3.02
21. I´ve Made Nights by Myself (King) 2.38
22. This Funny Feeling (Toombs) 2.34
23. Ooh-Ee Baby (King) 3.55
24. Dyna Flow (King) 2.52

Total Time 68.11


CD4
B. B. KING - “SINGIN´ THE BLUES” (1957)

Born: Riley B. King (1925 – 2015). B.B. is an abbreviation of 'Blues Boy'. A Great American blues musician, singer and songwriter. B.B. King is Bukka White's cousin, and he often credits White as an early teacher and mentor. King was inducted into “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 1987.
1. Please Love Me (King / Ling) 2.51
2. You Upset Me Baby (King / Taub) 3.04
3. Everyday I Have the Blues (Chatman) 2.51
4. Bad Luck (Hunter) 2.55
5. Three O´Clock Blues (King / Taub) 3.01
6. Blind Love (King / Taub) 3.06
7. Woke up This Morning (King / Taub) 2.58
8. You Know I Love You (King / Taub) 3.06
9. Sweet Little Angel (King / Taub) 3.13
10. Ten Long Years (King / Taub) 2.49
11. Did You Ever Love a Woman (Moore) 2.35
12. Crying Won´t Help You (Whittaker) 3.01

B. B. KING - “KING OF THE BLUES” (1960)
13. I´ve Got a Right to Love My Baby (King / Ling) 3.14
14. What Way to Go (King / Josea) 3.08
15. Long Nights (King / Taub) 3.32
16. Feel Like a Million (King / Taub) 3.32
17. I´ll Survive (King / Ling) 2.41
18. Good Man Gone Bad (King / Taub / Washington) 2.46
19. If I Lost You (King / Taub) 2.41
20. You´re on the Top (King / Ling) 2.50
21. Partin´ Time (King / Josea) 3.01
22. I´m King (King / Taub) 2.20

Total Time 65.18


CD5
FREDDIE KING -
“LET´S HIDE AWAY AND DANCE AWAY WITH FREDDIE KING” (1961)

Born: FREDDIE KING (1934 – 1976). Freddie King was an influential American blues guitarist and singer. King is often mentioned as one of "The Three Kings" of electric blues guitar along with Albert and B.B. King. In 1956 he cut his first record and was later one of the first bluesmen to have a multi-racial backing band at live performances. In 2012 he was inducted into “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame”.

1. Hide Away (King / Thompson) 2.36
2. Butterscotch (King / Thompson) 3.02
3. Sen-Sa-Shun (King / Thompson) 2.52
4. Side Tracked (King) 3.04
5. The Stumble (King / Thompson) 3.12
6. Wash Out (King / Thompson) 2.36
7. San-Ho-Zay (King / Thompson) 2.36
8. Just Pickin´ (King) 2.31
9. Heads Up (King / Thompson) 2.29
10. In the Open (King / Thompson) 2.53
11. Out Front (King / Thompson) 2.37
12. Swooshy (King / Thompson) 2.18

ROBERT JOHNSON – “KING OF THE DELTA BLUES SINGERS” (1961)

Born: Robert Leroy Johnson (1911 – 1938). He was a seminal blues singer / guitarist from Mississippi. Johnson passed away at 27, leaving a widespread impact on music. Inducted into “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 1986.

13. Crossroad Blues (Johnson) 2.27
14. Terraplane Blues (Johnson) 3.01
15. Come on in My Kitchen (Johnson) 2.52
16. Walking Blues (Johnson) 2.30
17. Last Fair Deal Gone Down (Johnson) 2.39
18. 32-20 Blues (Johnson) 2.50
19. Kindhearted Woman Blues (Johnson) 2.53
20. If I Had Possession over Judgement Day (Johnson) 2.36
21. Preaching Blues (Up Jumped the Devil) (Johnson) 2.51
22. When You Got a Good Friend (Johnson) 2.52
23. Rambling on My Mind (Johnson) 2.52
24. Stones in My Passway (Johnson) 2.29
25. Traveling Riverside Blues (Johnson) 2.46
26. Milkcow´s Calf Blues (Johnson) 2.17
27. Me and the Devil Blues (Johnson) 2.35
28. Hellbound on My Trail (Johnson) 2.37

ATTENTION: These tracks are restored from 78rpm records

Total Time 76.49



CD 6
ELMORE JAMES - “BLUES AFTER HOURS” (1960)

Born: Elmore Brooks (1918 – 1963). American Blues
guitarst / singer. He was inducted into “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 1992.

1. Dust My Blues (Johnson) 3.09
2. Sunnyland (James) 3.17
3. Mean and Evil (James) 2.13
4. Dark and Dreary (Josea) 2.47
5. Standing at the Crossroads (Johnson) 2.45
6. Happy Home (James) 2.44
7. No Love in My Heart (James) 2.22
8. Blues Before Sunrise (Carr) 2.42
9. I Was a Fool (James / Bihari) 2.49
10. Goodbye Baby (James) 2.56

ATTENTION: These tracks are restored from 78rpm records


CHARLIE PATTON - “IMMORTAL CHARLIE PATTON No. 1” (1961)

Born: Charlie Patton (ca. 1891 – 1934), also known as Charley Patton, was an American Delta blues musician.

11. High Sheriff (Patton / White) 3.07
12. Green River Blues (Patton) 3.10
13. Elder Greene Blues (Patton) 3.03
14. Moon Going Down (Patton) 3.17
15. Going to Move to Alabama (Patton) 3.00
16. I Shall Not Be Moved (Traditional) 3.06
17. Stone Pony Blues (Traditional) 2.51
18. Frankie and Albert (Traditional) 3.07
19. Running Wild Blues (Patton) 2.55
20. Some of These Days (Patton) 3.16
21. I´m Goin´ Home (Patton) 3.06
22. Poor Me (Patton) 3.00

ATTENTION: These tracks are restored from
78rpm records

Total Time 65.24


CD 7
T-BONE WALKER - “T-BONE BLUES”
(1959)

Born: Aaron Thibeaux Walker (1910 – 1975). American Blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. He was one of the first artists to use an electric guitar in the 1930s. Walker was inducted into “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 1987.

1. Two Bones and a Pick (Walker) 2.49
2. Mean Old World (Goldsen / Walker) 4.05
3. T-Bone Shuffle (Walker) 2.47
4. Stormy Monday Blues (Walker) 3.02
5. Blues for Marili (Walker) 4.21
6. T-Bone Blues (Walker) 2.36
7. Shufflin´ the Blues (Walker) 3.22
8. Evenin´ (White / Parish) 2.37
9. Play on Little Girl (Walker) 2.30
10. Blues Rock (Walker) 2.48
11. Papa Ain´t Salty (McDaniel / Walker) 2.43

Bass Billy Hadnott (tracks: 2,4,5,6,7) & Joe Comfort (tracks: 1,8,10) Drums Earl Palmer (tracks: 1,8,10) & Oscar Bradley (tracks: 2,4,5,6,7) Guitar Barney Kessel (tracks: 1,8,10) & R. S. Rankin (tracks: 1, 8, 10) Piano Lloyd Glenn (tracks: 2,4,5,6,7) & Ray Johnson (tracks: 1,8,10) Tenor Saxophone Plas Johnson (tracks: 1,8,10) Guitar, Vocals T-Bone Walker

BLIND LEMON JEFFERSON - “BLIND LEMON JEFFERSON” (1961)

Born: Deacon L.J. Bates (1893 – 1929) was an American blues guitarist and singer.

12. Jack O´Diamonds (Traditional) 2.44
13. Chock House Blues (Jefferson) 2.40
14. Stocking Feet Blues (Jefferson) 3.05
15. That Black Snake Moan (Jefferson) 2.59
16. Shuckin´ Sugar Blues (Jefferson) 3.02
17. Rabbit Foot Blues (Jefferson) 2.51
18. Bad Luck Blues (Jefferson) 2.50
19. Broke and Hungry (Jefferson) 2.58
20. Easy Rider Blues (Traditional) 2.53
21. Match Box Blues (Jefferson) 3.08
22. Rising High Water Blues (Jefferson) 2.27
23. Teddy Bear Blues (Jefferson) 2.32

ATTENTION: These tracks are restored from
78rpm records

Total Time 68.31


CD 8 LIGHTNIN´ HOPKINS - “MOJO HAND” (1962)

Born: Sam Hopkins (1912 – 1982). Great American country blues singer, songwriter and guitarist. Hopkins first recorded with pianist Wilson Smith and the pair were dubbed 'Lightning' & 'Thunder' to add some dynamic to their marketing. Hopkins later inspired many artists such as Jimmie Vaughan and Townes Van Zandt.

1. Mojo Hand (Hopkins) 2.59
2. Coffee for Mama (Hopkins / Lewis / Robinson) 3.29
3. Awful Dreams (Hopkins / Lewis / Robinson) 4.53
4. Black Mare Trot (Hopkins / Lewis / Robinson) 3.55
5. Have You Ever Loved a Woman (Hopkins) 2.38
6. Glory Be (Hopkins / Keaggy / Lewis / Robinson) 4.29
7. Sometimes She Will (Hopkins) 2.33
8. Shine on, Moon (Hopkins) 4.27
9. Santa (Hopkins / Lewis) 3.48


LIGHTNIN´ HOPKINS – “LIGHTNIN´ STRIKES” (1962)

10. Got Me a Louisiana Woman (Hopkins / Semiens) 2.59
11. Want to Come Home (Quinn / Cullen) 3.55
12. Please Don´t Quit Me (Quinn / Cullen) 3.11
13. Devil Is Watching You (Quinn / Cullen) 3.59
14. Rolling and Rolling (Quinn / Cullen) 2.44
15. War Is Starting Again (Hopkins / Semiens) 3.04
16. Walkin´ Round in Circle (Quinn / Cullen) 3.08
17. Mary Lou (Quinn / Cullen) 2.06
18. Heavy Snow (Quinn / Cullen) 2.09
19. Coon Is Hard to Catch (Quinn / Cullen) 4.17

Total Time 65.01




CD 9
JOHN LEE HOOKER - “I´M JOHN LEE HOOKER” (1959)

Born: John Lee Hooker (1917 – 2001) was one of the greatest American blues singer-songwriters and guitarists. Hooker influenced (UK-) Groups like The Animals and The Rolling Stones. John Lee Hooker was inducted into “The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame” in 1991.

1. Dimples (Hooker) 2.11
2. Hobo Blues (Hooker) 2.48
3. I´m so Excited (Hooker) 2.53
4. I Love You Honey (Williams) 2.34
5. Boogie Chillun (Hooker) 2.36
6. Little Wheel (Hooker) 2.36
7. I´m in the Mood (Hooker) 2.44
8. Maudie (Hooker) 2.20
9. Crawlin´ Kingsnake (Hooker) 2.44
10. Every Night (Hooker) 2.59
11. Time Is Marching (Hooker) 3.02
12. Baby Lee (Hooker) 2.57

JOHN LEE HOOKER - “BURNIN`” (1961)

13. Boom Boom (Hooker) 2.27
14. Process (Hooker) 3.36
15. I Lost a Good Girl (Hooker) 2.50
16. A New Leaf (Hooker) 2.26
17. Blues Before Sunrise (Hooker) 3.48
18. Let´s Make It (Hooker) 2.19
19. I Got a Letter (Hooker) 2.40
20. Thelma (Hooker) 3.28
21. Drug Store Woman (Hooker) 2.41
22. Keep Your Hands to Yourself (Hooker) 2.18
23. What Do You Say (Hooker) 2.27

Total Time 63.54


CD 10
JIMMY REED - “I´M JIMMY REED” (1958)

Born: Mathis James Reed (1925 – 1976). He was an American blues musician and songwriter, notable for bringing his distinctive style of blues to mainstream audiences. Jimmy Reed was a major player in the field of electric blues. His music had a significant impact on many rock and roll artists, such as Elvis Presley, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan and the Rolling Stones.

1. Honest I Do (Reed) 2.39
2. Go on to School (Reed) 2.46
3. My First Plea (Reed) 2.44
4. Boogie in the Dark (Reed) 2.34
5. You Got Me Crying (Reed) 2.34
6. Ain´t That Lovin´ You Baby (Reed) 2.13
7. You Got Me Dizzy (Reed) 2.52
8. Little Rain (Reed) 3.10
9. Can´t Stand to See You Go (Reed) 2.50
10. Roll & Rhumba (Reed) 2.47
11. You´re Something Else (Reed) 2.36
12. You Don´t Have to Go (Reed) 3.06

JIMMY REED - “JUST JIMMY REED“ (1962)

13. I´ll Change My Style (Parker / Villa) 2.52
14. Let´s Get Together (Reed) 2.52
15. Good Lover (Reed) 2.23
16. Take It Slow (Reed) 2.56
17. Too Much (Boyd) 2.22
18. In the Morning (Tucker / Smith) 2.15
19. Oh John (Reed) 2.24
20. Back Home at Noon (Reed) 3.16
21. Kansas City Baby (Reed) 3.29
22. You Can´t Hide (Weeds) 2.51

Total Time 60.55

Total 661:55





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