Hutto, J.B.: Stompin' At Mother Blues

Hutto, J.B. SKU: 10439685
Hutto, J.B.: Stompin' At Mother Blues

Hutto, J.B.: Stompin' At Mother Blues

Hutto, J.B. SKU: 10439685

Format: CD

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Title: Stompin' At Mother Blues
Artist: Hutto, J.B.
Label: Delmark
UPC: 038153077822
Genre: Blues

The material on this CD was taken from a 1966 session and a 1972 session where master of the slide guitar J.B. Hutto's second Delmark album came from, "Slidewinder" (DMK #636). The '66 session was recorded at Mother Blues, a defunct blues club in Chicago's Old Town section, though not in front of a live audience. Only one of the 12 tracks has ever been issued, and the song "Hip Shakin'" appeared on "Hawk Squat" (DMK #617) - now all 12 songs appear together. J.B. is backed by Herman Hassell on second guitar and Frank Kirkland on drums. 3 previously unissued songs and alternate takes are added from the '72 session with Lee Jackson on second guitar, Elbert Buckner on bass and Bombay Carter on drums. A full hour of stinging Chicago blues!

1.1 Evening Train
1.2 Ain't It a Cryin' Shame
1.3 When I Get Drunk
1.4 My Soul
1.5 Hawk's Rock
1.6 If You Change Your Mind
1.7 Hip Shakin'
1.8 Turner's Rock
1.9 Married Woman Blues
1.10 Alcohol Blues
1.11 Sorry
1.12 Stompin' at Mother Blues
1.13 Lonely Heartaches
1.14 Love Retirement (Want Ad)
1.15 Studio Chatter
1.16 Precious Stone (Alternate)
1.17 Dandruff
1.18 Guilty Heart
1.19 Young Hawk's Crawl (Alternate)
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