VA - The Best BLUES Album In The World... Ever! (2000)

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VA - The Best BLUES Album In The World... Ever! (2000)

APE (image+.cue,log,scans) MP3 320 | 2h 13 min | Genre: Blues | 883 / 340 MB

CD 1:

01. Illustrated Man - Johnny Winter

02. Frosty - Albert Collins

03. I've Got Love If You Want It - John Hammond

04. Three O'Clock Blues - B. B.King

05. Can't Stay Away from You - Charlie Musselwhite

06. Don't Get Me Shook Up - Duke Robillard

07. Cold Sweat - The Boneshakers

08. Me and My Baby - Larry McCray

09. No More Doggin' - Colin James

10. Too Early to Tell - Kinsey Report

11. I Shall Not Be Moved - Pops Staples

12. Get Your Lies Straight - Terry Evans

13. Need a Little Sugar in My Bowl - Hadda Brooks

14. Down Here in the Real Big Empty - Roy Rogers

15. Dust My Broom - Elmore James

16. Today Is Your Birthday - Solomon Burke

17. Tramp - Lowell Fulson

18. So Good to My Baby - Big Maybelle

CD 2:

01. Mannish Boy - Muddy Waters

02. My Babe - Little Walker

03. Wang Dang Doodle - Koko Taylor

04. Little Red Rooster - Howlin' Wolf

05. Reelin' and Rockin' - Chuck Berry

06. I'd Rather Go Blind - Etta James

07. Boom Boom - John Lee Hooker

08. Still Got the Blues - Gary Moore

09. Shame, Shame, Shame - Johnny Winter

10. Help Me Somebody - Jon Cleary

11. Born Under a Bad Sign - Albert King

12. Chill Out (Things Gonna Change) - John Lee Hooker

13. Shotgun Blues - Lightnin' Hopkins

14. Me and My Guitar - Freddie King

15. Damn Right, I've Got the Blues - Buddy Guy

16. Ground on Down - Ben Harper

17. Low Down - J.J.Cale

18. Spinning Coin - John Mayall

Hardly. What is on this two-disc set is a real hodgepodge of new and old tracks by a variety of artists rag from soul shouters and blues-rockers to the true originators. Disc one gets off to a sluggish start with tracks from Johnny Winter, the Boneshakers, Colin James, Larry McCray, the Kinsey Report, John Hammond, Duke Robillard, and Terry Evans, but picks up a bit with entries from Elmore James, Lowell Fulson, B.B. King, and Albert Collins. The second disc is better, with classics from Muddy Waters, Little Walter, Koko Taylor, Howlin' Wolf, Chuck Berry, John Lee Hooker, Albert King, and Lightnin' Hopkins paving the way, with only entries from Gary Moore, Jon Cleary, Johnny Winter, J.J. Cale, and John Mayall dropping the quality. Although heavily advertised on TV, this is a long, long way from being an ultimate blues collection.




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