But the very loose-limbed nature of the sessions meant just eight cuts emerged as complete takes deemed worthy of release by the label.
And, there they sat. For years. They complete Play the Blues, in terms of the number of songs needed to release an album, but add little.
March 4, by Nick DeRiso. Share this:. Author Recent Posts. Nick DeRiso. Geils band featuring Magic Dick Salwitz on harmonica in those days considered to be one of the best, if not the best, white American Blues band - jammed with one of its idols - Buddy Guy. And again, just as it had been in Miami two years before, the result was astounding as can be heard on this album, specially as one rarity is featured here - Juke Joint Jimmy shows a fine routine in the ancient art.
During both sessions, the atmosphere was extremely relaxed, everybody played at ease. And even though both meeting were pure studio sessions, they feature a strong touch of a live, performance. The result was so perfect and convincing that hardly any clubbing was necessary. With 15 years he started playing on a selfmade guitar, with 17 on a real one.
In his teens, he played with the likes of Slim Harpo and Lightnin' Slim. King and Elmore James. In he hit Chicago, the "Capital of Blues". Making the club circuit, he finally made himself a name. A Poor Man's Plea. Messin' With the Kid. Mel London. This Old Fool. I Don't Know. Willie Mabon. Bad Bad Whiskey. Thomas Maxwell Davis. Joe Liggins. Messin' With the Kid Mel London.
This Old Fool Buddy Guy. I Don't Know Willie Mabon. Honeydripper Joe Liggins.
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