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 (Audio CD) 
by Blind Willie McTell

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Product Details:
Audio CD Release Date: October 15, 1991
Studio: Atlantic
Number Of Discs: 4
Format: Box set
Average Customer Rating: based on 4 reviews
Track Listing:
Disc: 1
1. Broke Down Engine - Blind Willie McTell
2. Shake 'Em On Down - Mississippi Fred McDowell
3. My Baby Don't Love Me - John Lee Hooker
4. Tall Pretty Woman - Stick McGhee
5. The Blues Rock - Texas Johnny Brown
6. There Goes The Blues - Texas Johnny Brown
7. Bongo Boogie - Texas Johnny Brown
8. Two Bones And A Pick - T-Bone Walker
9. Let Me Know - Chuck Norris
10. Down Through The Years - Guitar Slim
11. Okie Dokie Stomp - Cornell Dupree
12. TV Mama - Big Joe Turner
13. Reconsider Baby - Al King
14. Midnight Midnight - Mickey Baker
15. I Smell Trouble - Ike & Tina Turner
16. Why I Sing The Blues - B.B. King
17. Crosscut Saw - Albert King
18. Born Under A Bad Sign - Albert King
19. Shake For Me - John Hammond Jr.
20. Flood Down In Texas - Stevie Ray Vaughan
Disc: 2
1. Yancey Special - Jimmy Yancey
2. Talkin' Boogie - Little Brother Montgomery
3. Mournful Blues - Jimmy Yancey
4. Salute to Pinetop - Jimmy Yancey
5. Shave 'Em Dry - Jimmy Yancey
6. Frankie & Johnny - Jack Dupree
7. T.B. Blues - Jack Dupree
8. Strollin' - Jack Dupree
9. Tipitina - Professor Longhair
10. Blue Sender - Vann 'Piano Man' Walls
11. After Midnight - Vann 'Piano Man' Walls
12. Roll 'Em Pete - Joe Turner
13. Fore Day Rider - Jay McShann
14. My Chile - Jay McShann
15. Cow Cow Blues - Meade Lux Lewis
16. Albert's Blues - Meade Lux Lewis
17. Honky Tonk Train Blues - Meade Lux Lewis
18. Low Society - Ray Charles
19. Hey Bartender - Floyd Dixon
20. Floyd's Blues - Floyd Dixon
21. After Hours Blues - Texas Johnny Brown
22. Junco Partner - Doctor John
23. I Don't Know - Willie Mabon
Disc: 3
1. Suitcase Blues - Sippie Wallace
2. Trouble In Mind - Jimmy Witherspoon
3. In The Evenin' - Jimmy Witherspoon
4. Gimme A Pigfoot - LaVern Baker
5. How Long Blues - Mama Yancey
6. Oke-She-Make-Me-Pop - Joe Turner
7. I've Got That Feelin' - Lil Green
8. Every Time - Lil Green
9. Destination Love - Wynonie Harris
10. Tell A Whale Of A Tale - Wynonie Harris
11. Rain Is A Bringdown - Ruth Brown
12. Nothing Stays The Same Forever - Percy Mayfield
13. River's Invitation - Ted Taylor
14. Just Like A Fish - Esther Phillips
15. Pouring Water On A Drowning Man - Otis Clay
16. Did You Ever Love A Woman - Rufus Thomas
17. Baby Girl Parts 1 & 2 - Titus Turner
18. Ain't That Lovin' You - Bobby Bland
19. It's My Own Tears That's Bein' Wasted - Johnny Copeland
20. Cheatin' Woman - Eldridge Holmes
21. I Had A Dream - Johnny Taylor
22. Takin' Another Man's Place - Aretha Franklin
23. It's a Hang-Up Baby - Z.Z. Hill
Disc: 4
1. Chicago Blues - Johnny Jones
2. Poor Man's Plea - Buddy Guy & Junior Wells
3. My Baby She Left Me - Buddy Guy & Junior Wells
4. T-Bone Shuffle - Buddy Guy & Junior Wells
5. I Wonder Why - Freddie King
6. Play It Cool - Freddie King
7. Wake Up This Morning - Freddie King
8. Gambler's Blues - Otis Rush
9. Feel So Bad - Otis Rush
10. Reap What You Sow - Otis Rush
11. Highway 49 - Howlin' Wolf
12. Honey Bee - Muddy Waters
13. Wang Dang Doodle - Koko Taylor
14. Dust My Broom - Johnny Shines
15. Please Send Me Someone To Love - Luther Allison
16. Walkin' The Dog - Luther Johnson
17. I Feel So Good - J.B. Hutto
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 4 customer reviews )
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6 of 6 found the following review helpful:

3Buyer beware.Jun 07, 2011
By Vincent
No doubt, this excellent compilation of well-known and relatively obscure blues artists will please anyone who does NOT own the original vinyl box set of four albums. Liner notes, compilation style, audio, all rate five stars. So, why only three? The vinyl collection contained 103 tracks. The cd collection has 83. Now, 20 tracks gone is NOT an insignificant deletion. Bad job on this editing. Each of the four cds is close to the 80-minute cap, so we're not short-changed on time. What should have been done is to keep all 20 tracks by adding another cd, looping the sections, so that the buyer would get the depth and expanse of the original vinyl set. So, if you never owned the records and can't get your hands on it, this abridged version will be great. If you already have the 103 songs on vinyl, you'll be very disappointed at the cutbacks here.

1 of 1 found the following review helpful:

5The Blues Ain't Killing Me, but Living IsNov 21, 2013
By Axis, Bold As Love
This is an old collection of old music. It gets 5 stars for the fact that this project was a great idea for showcasing Blues genres and performers on a label not specifically known as a blues label. That this project could also make some money for the label on catalog material was another plus for the accountants.

This purchase was 4 used yet pristine CDs in perfect jewel cases with a mint full-size essay booklet in a gently used 12x12 box. The kicker is the total box cost only $10.00 on my Prime account and arrived on my doorstep within two days. Thank the Hammer of the Gods for the used CD market on Amazon. The deals are there and your diligence will be rewarded.

5Great mix of blues!Oct 02, 2013
By Nancy R Eichelberger
This is a near-perfect mix of traditional and contemporary Blues. You can listen to this CD over and over and not get tired of it.

5A killer overview of Atlantic Records classic blues artists...Apr 07, 2013
By Merv Throneberry "Bob"
I noticed one 3 star review of this set and wanted to set the record straight...yes there are 20 less tracks
than on the vinyl version but I never knew there WAS a vinyl version in the first place.

Twenty years ago I gave up on modern music and decided to dive into real blues. I opened a Columbia House Record
Club account with a CD order of nothing but the work of classic blues artists...Muddy Waters, Howlin Wolf, Willie Dixon and others you would expect. And this box set. This box is separated into 4 categories by CD: Guitar, Piano, Vocalists and Chicago. The assortment is staggering...contains tracks by all of these must-hear artists: John Lee Hooker, the Kings (BB, Freddie and Albert) on the Guitar ad Chicago CDs, as well as Buddy Guy & Junior Wells, Otis Rush, Koko Taylor...on the Piano CD you get "Champion" Jack Dupree, Big Joe Turner, Dr. John AND Professor Longhair AND Ray Charles. Throw in tracks by T-Bone Walker, Howlin Wolf, Muddy Waters, Blind Willie McTell, Guitar Slim, Ike & Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin and Stevie Ray Vaughan...this is a great box set to start or finish with. Fave sleeper tracks: Johnny Shines version of "Dust My Broom" and Bobby "Blue" Bland's "Ain't That Lovin' You". I strongly recommend this.

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