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Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Big Jack Johnson 1997 Live In Chicago



Genre: Blues
Rate: 320 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 01:04:54
Size: 148,43 MB

United States

Review by Cub Koda

Mississippi bluesman Johnson comes North to play in Chicago and the results are indeed satisfying. Taken from two different shows at two different venues (Hothouse and Buddy Guy's Legends) over a period of two years ('94 and '95), Johnson is ably backed by Aaron Burton's band with Lester "Mad Dog" Davenport contributing some nice harp on the set from the Legends show. Johnson keeps the set lists jumping, from straight-ahead blues ("Sweet Sixteen," "Black Rooster," "Fightin' Woman," Z.Z. Hill's "The Blues Is Alright") to Mississippi-juke-joint dance numbers (Hank Ballard's "The Twist," "Night Train") and even the stray 'hillbilly blues' number like "Pistol Packin' Mama" and Ivory Joe Hunter's "Since I Met You Baby." Sound is dodgy in spots, but Johnson's palpable energy comes through just fine.


Tracklist:

01 - Pistol Packin Mama 06:15

02 - Since I Met You Baby 06:12

03 - Night Train 05:15

04 - Ain't Nothin' You Can Do 03:55

05 - Daddy, When Is Mama Comin Home? 07:23

06 - Twist 03:00

07 - Sweet Sixteen 06:10

08 - Fightin' Woman 05:54

09 - Steal Away 05:14

10 - The Blues Is Alright 04:26

11 - Black Rooster 06:53

12 - I Got A Whole Lotta Lovin' 04:17





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