Wells, Junior: Southside Blues Jam

Wells, Junior SKU: 15069078
Wells, Junior: Southside Blues Jam

Wells, Junior: Southside Blues Jam

Wells, Junior SKU: 15069078

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Southside Blues Jam
Artist: Wells, Junior
Label: Delmark
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 038153062811
Genre: Blues

Vinyl LP reissue. Composed by blues savant Willie Dixon, this 1970 release features Wells's sweet harp accompanied by the likes of Buddy Guy on guitar, the great Otis Spann on piano-in what became his last studio appearance-and Fred Berlow keeping superb time on the drums. What a mix. Supposed to reflect a sampling of what a listener might hear any Monday night at Theresa's Blue Bar on Chicago's South side, this 1970 release is the follow-up to "Hoodoo Man Blues," and is full of explorative solos. Tracks include "Stop Breaking Down," "I Could Have Had Religion," "I Just Want To Make Love To You," and "Baby, Please Lend Me Your Love." Delmark.

1.1 Stop Breaking Down
1.2 I Could Have Had Religion
1.3 I Just Want to Make Love to You
1.4 Baby, Please Lend Me Your Love
2.1 You Say You Love Me
2.2 Blues for Mayor Daley
2.3 I Wish I Knew What I Know Now
2.4 Trouble Don't Last Always
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