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Elmore James - Hits & Rarities (2011)

19-12-2014, 15:43

Elmore James - Hits & Rarities (2011)

Artist: Elmore James
Title Of Album: Hits & Rarities
Year Of Release: 2011
Label: Fuel
Genre: Blues, Chicago Blues
Format: Mp3 | Flac
Quality: 320 kbps | Lossless
Total Time: 42:50 Min
Total Size: 104 Mb | 260 Mb


01. Strange Angels 03:10
02. She Done Move 01:51
03. Person To Person 02:28
04. So Unkind 02:32
05. My Kind Of Woman 02:55
06. You Know You're Wrong 03:06
07. Go Back Home Again 02:12
08. My Baby's Gone 02:57
09. Dust My Broom 02:47
10. Find My Kinda Woman 02:56
11. Hand In Hand 03:03
12. I've Got A Right To Love My Baby 02:45
13. Pickin' The Blues 03:19
14. Elmore Jumps One 03:09
15. I Gotta Go Now 03:39

With his powerful slide guitar sound, Elmore James was as important a modern bluesman as any, and if he recorded a gazillion versions of his signature "Dust My Broom," they're all pretty much great -- that roaring slide riff is at the center of everything modern rock and blues aspired to be. James' career was short -- he died when he was only 45 from heart problems -- but remarkably consistent. Like the other modern bluesmen who emerged in the 1950s, James knew what his audience wanted, and he delivered that "Dust My Broom" riff in countless variations, but he also stretched the board a bit when he could, particularly in his last sessions for Bobby Robinson's Harlem-based Fire Records. Robinson was a joyous and efficient producer, and he had tremendous faith in James, recording the guitarist in sessions in Chicago, New York, and New Orleans, letting James stretch out a bit, even providing him with an uptown horn section on some of the tracks. This interesting set collects 15 rather random sides from those last Robinson-produced sessions, but being random here isn't a deal breaker -- Elmore James was always Elmore James, just like John Lee Hooker was always John Lee Hooker and Muddy Waters was always Muddy Waters. You'll get "Dust My Broom" and a whole lot more. (Steve Leggett)

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