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Sunday, October 12, 2008


320 KBPS

The early 1970's saw the ending of sorts of the rock n roll bluesmakers so influenced by the great sides released by the Chicago Bluesmen of the 1960's... Hence if Willie Dixon got some notoriety for his efforts as the fulcrum at this late stage of the game with this fine release of songs done his way not as his "sons" such as Muddy Waters.Howlin' Wolf and others did them then so be it... A fitting tribute doing these songs his way.
Nice to hear the man wailing on his tracks made popular by the likes of Doors,Led Zeppekin,Cream,Jeff Beck,Stones etc... Of course his Chess Box is a must..he was the "brains" in more ways than one.
The sound is good and typical the style of Chess blues.
1. Back Door Man
2. I Can't Quit You, Baby
3. Seventh Son
4. Spoonful
5. I Ain't Superstitious
6. You Shook Me
7. (I'm Your) Hoochie Coochie Man
8. Little Red Rooster
9. Same Thing

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