The First Time I Met The Blues-Essential Chess Masters

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Disc: 1

1. I Can’t Be Satisfied – Muddy Waters
2. Louisiana Blues – Muddy Waters
3. Juke – Little Walter
4. Sugar Mama – John Lee Hooker
5. Blues With A Feeling – Little Walter
6. (I’m Your) Hoochie Coochie Man – Muddy Waters
7. Just Make Love To Me – Muddy Waters
8. Last Night – Little Walter
9. Mannish Boy – Muddy Waters
10. My Babe – Little Walter
11. Bo Diddley – Bo Diddley
12. Don’t Start Me To Talkin’ – Sonny Boy Williamson
13. Pretty Thing – Bo Diddley
14. Maybellene – Chuck Berry
15. Who Do You Love – Bo Diddley
16. Smokestack Lightnin’ – Howlin’ Wolf
17. Roll Over Beethoven – Chuck Berry
18. Mona – Bo Diddley
19. Johnny B. Goode – Chuck Berry
20. Memphis, Tennessee – Chuck Berry

Disc: 2

1. So Many Roads, So Many Trains – Otis Rush
2. First Time I Met The Blues – Buddy Guy
3. Howlin’ For My Darlin’ – Howlin’ Wolf
4. Spoonful – Howlin’ Wolf
5. Back Door Man – Howlin’ Wolf
6. Goin’ Down Slow – Howlin’ Wolf
7. Help Me – Sonny Boy Williamson
8. Gunslinger (Bo Diddley’s A Gunslinger) – Bo Diddley
9. Nadine – Chuck Berry
10. No Particular Place To Go – Chuck Berry
11. High Heel Sneakers – Tommy Tucker
12. I Don’t Want ‘Cha – Tommy Tucker
13. Slip In Mules – Sugar Pie DeSanto
14. Long Tall Shorty – Tommy Tucker
15. Soulful Dress – Sugar Pie DeSanto
16. Killing Floor – Howlin’ Wolf
17. Checkin’ Up On My Baby – Sonny Boy Williamson
18. The Same Thing – Muddy Waters
19. I’m In The Mood – John Lee Hooker
20. Bring It On Home – Sonny Boy Williamson

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About vintage45

I'm a big fan of vintage books,movies,TV shows and music. I encourage everyone to patronize your local used book/record store and pick up some of the good stuff. My posts are capsule reviews of some favorites that you may want to investigate. The albums posted aren't really reviews but items from my collection that are still available. I try and point out highlights of each one and let the music speak for itself. Thanks to all for checking out the blog.
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