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From ‘It’s nobody’s fault but mine’ to ‘Please Don t Go’, we have mixed 19 ‘Strictly Blues‘ tunes around the theme of ‘Break-Ups‘. It has Lightnin’ Hopkins, Floyd Dixon, Popa Chubby, B.B.King and many more.

LINER NOTES
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INFORMATIONS

Connect Savannah : A jovial fellow with a sunny disposition that belies a life peppered with hardship, Bell made a name for himself in the ‘60s as a band leader (and later as a solo artist), but fell into obscurity in the ‘80s.

Kennedy Center : Aretha Franklin is its defining artist, giving voice to a black sense of identity at the time of the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. and the American civil rights movement.

Gracyk.com : Ry Cooder said “In the years where he was on top, he was fabulous. Blind Blake just had a good touch. He played quietly, and he didn’t hit the guitar too hard”.

Answers.com : Willie Nix came out of the rural South with a great beat and a way with lyrics that made him something of a topical urban poet.

Popa Chubby : His early memories of hearing the jukebox in his parents’ candy store playing the hits of early Sixties soul and R&B and the neighborhood teens flocking around it made a lasting impression on him.

Amazon : Johnny Woods was a scrapper who somehow cobbled out a living between gambling and drinking and playing harp.

Delta Groove Productions : Johnny Dyer is one of those guys who is so steady, and has been doing what he does for so well for so long, that he’s sometimes overlooked.

Telarc : John Primer recalls hearing the music of Muddy Waters as a youngster where he played a one-string instrument before moving to Chicago in 1963 and acquiring a guitar.

Floyd Dixon : Playing piano and singing in the “jump” style of early rhythm-and-blues, Floyd made early road forays with B.B. King and Ray Charles, whom he encouraged away from crooning and towards church-based styles.

Floyd Dixon : Playing piano and singing in the “jump” style of early rhythm-and-blues, Floyd made early road forays with B.B. King and Ray Charles, whom he encouraged away from crooning and towards church-based styles.

PLAYLIST : Blind Willie Johnson – It’s nobody’s fault but mine (3.09) . Blind Blake – You’re Gonna Quit Me Baby (2.45) . Lightnin’ Hopkins – Baby. Please Don’t Go (2.36) . Buddy Guy & Junior Wells – My Baby She Left Me (3.09) . Aretha Franklin – Are you leaving me (4.22) . Little Mac – Don´t Come Back (2.21) . Sonny Boy Williamson – I’m Gettin’ Tired (2.59) . Popa Chubby – I’ve Been Lovin You Too Long (4.35) . Nina Simone – Ne Me Quitte Pas (3.38) . Muddy Waters – I Can t Be Satisfied (2.43) . Sonny Terry – The Woman Is Killing Me (2.43) . B.B.King – I Got To Leave This Woman (3.36) . John Lee Hooker – When My First Wife Left Me (4.09) . Floyd Dixon – Please Don t Go (3.33) . Bo Diddley – Before You Accuse Me (3.54) . Willie Nix – Try Me One More Time (2.40) . RL Burnside – Going Away Blues (4.12) . Otis Spann – I m Leaving You (2.42) . Lowell Fulson – Reconsider Baby (3.11) .

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