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Memphis Blood

Label: Label M
Released: 2001
Track listing: Spoonful; I Want To Be Loved; Little Red Rooster; Dimples; I Just Want To Make Love To You; Evil; Death Letter; Fattening Frogs For Snakes; Money; I Love The Life I Live; Too Lazy To Work, Too Nervous To Steal; Double Trouble; I Asked For Water; Back Door Man. (Total Time: 59:24)

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James Blood Ulmer: Memphis Blood

Read "Memphis Blood" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Memphis Blood could very possibly be as historic a recording as Howlin' Wolf's Evil . Everything about this release is Romantic. The music ranges from some of the earliest recorded blues for the 1920s to novelty tunes from the '50s and '60s. The recording venue is perhaps the most famous ever, the home of seminal recordings ...


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