Complete 1957-1962 Vocal Sides-Mose Allison 2 CD’S

 

CD 1:
01. If You Live (2:31)
02. The Seventh Son (2:37)
03. Eyesight To The Blind (1:42)
04. Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me (3:16)
05. Lost Mind (3:34)
06. I Got A Right To Cry (2:53)
07. Baby, Let Me Hold Your Hand (3:18)
08. Parchman Farm (3:20)
09. Don’t Get Around Much Anymore (2:50)
10. One Room Country Shack (3:05)
11. I Hadn’t Anyone Till You (2:34)
12. Young Man’s Blues (1:28)
13. That’s All Right (2:26)
14. Baby, Please Don’t Go (2:35)
15. ‘deed I Do (1:56)
16. Mad With You (2:10)
17. Fool’s Paradise (3:36)
18. I Love The Life I Live (LP Version) (2:22)
19. You’re A Sweetheart (2:11)
20. I Ain’t Got Nobody (1:50)

CD 2:
01. V-8 Ford Blues (2:14)
02. Hey, Good Lookin’ (1:40)
03. Life Is Suicide (2:43)
04. Please Don’t Talk About Me When I’m Gone (1:26)
05. Ask Me Nice (2:31)
06. Back On The Corner (1:52)
07. If You’re Going To The City (3:47)
08. I Ain’t Got Nothing But The Blues (3:54)
09. Swingin’ Machine (2:27)
10. Stop This World (3:26)
11. The Song Is Ended (2:36)
12. Meet Me At No Special Place (2:33)
13. It Didn’t Turn Out That Way (2:44)
14. I Don’t Worry About A Thing (2:15)
15. City Home (2:31)
16. I Love The Life I Live (UK EP Version) (2:21)
17. Your Mind Is On Vacation (2:38)
18. The Well (3:20)
19. Idyll (4:16)
20. Stand By (3:58)

PERSONNEL:
MOSE ALLISON, vocals & piano on all tracks, plus:

Featuring: ADDISON FARMER, HENRY GRIMES, BILL CROW (bass), FRANK ISOLA, NICK STABULAS, OSIE JOHNSON, PAUL MOTIAN (drums), among others.

Recorded in New Jersey and New York between 1957 and 1962.

(*) BONUS TRACKS (CD 2, 18-20):
Instrumental sides from the same sessions.

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