Various Artists: Blues Kings of Baton RougeBy
CD1: Slim Harpo: Blues Hang-Over; Butch Cage and Willie B. Thomas: Who Broke The Lock; Lightnin’ Slim: Bad Luck; Lightnin’ Slim: Bugger Bugger Boy; Schoolboy Cleve: Strange Letter Blues; Clarence Edwards: Smokestack Lightning; Robert Pete Williams: Angola Special; Butch Cage and Willie B.Thomas: Jelly Roll; Slim Harpo: I’m A King Bee; Lonesome Sundown: My Home Is A Prison; Lightning Slim: Mean ‘Ol Lonesome Train; Clarence Edwards: Stack O’ Dollars; Robert Pete Williams: Come Here Baby; Sally Dotson and Smokey Babe: Your Dice Won’t Pass; Lazy Lester: They Call Me Lazy; Jimmy Dotson: Looking For My Baby; Raful Neal: Crying Hard; Lazy Lester: I’m A Lover Not A Fighter; Lightning Slim: Lightnin’s Troubles; Slim Harpo: One More Day; Lightning Slim: Rooster Blues; Lightnin’ Slim and Lazy Lester: Trip To Chicago (alt); Slim Harpo: What A Dream; Smokey Babe and Clyde Causey: Black Gal; Smokey Babe and Lazy Lester: Mississippi River So Deep And Wide; Herman E. Johnson: Depression Blues. CD2: Slim Harpo: Rainin' In My Heart; Lightning Slim: I’m Tired Waitin’ Baby; Tabby Thomas: Hoodo Party; Lonesome Sundown: My Home Ain’t Here; Jimmy Anderson: Naggin’; Silas Hogan: Trouble At Home Blues; Lightnin’ Slim: Winter Time Blues; Jimmy Anderson: Goin Thru the Park; Lightnin’ Slim: I’m Evil; The Nitehawks (Bo Melvin): Boogie Chillun; Whispering Smith : Mean Woman Blues; Silas Hogan: I’m Goin In The Valley; Silas Hogan: Dark Clouds Rollin’; Lightnin’ Slim: Can’t Live This Life No More; Isaiah Chattman: Cold In Hand; Slim Harpo: Baby Scratch My Back; Slim Harpo: I'm Gonna Miss You (Like The Devil); Silas Hogan: Hoo Doo Blues; Henry Gray: Showers Of Rain; Arthur Kelley: Number Ten At The Station (and number 12 is on the road); Arthur Kelley: How Can I Stay (When All I Have Is Gone); Moses Smith: Baton Rouge Breakdown; Silas Hogan: Honey Bee Blues; Silas Hogan: I Didn’t Tell Her To Leave; Slim Harpo: The Music's Hot; Robert Pete Williams: Goodbye Slim Harpo; Slim Harpo: Talking Blues (aka Blues Hangover).
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