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01. 02. You're Gonna Miss Me (When I'm Gone). 03. Miss Katy Lee Blues.
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LOWELL FULSON - Classic Cuts - CD . pg (. MB). Description. LOWELL FULSON CLASSIC CUTS CD C Release Date: September 14, 2004 Label: JSP Records Format:. 1946 to 1953 : Release Notes: Guitarist/singer Lowell Fulson has long been an overlooked blues innovator, overshadowed by more commercially successful artists such as . In truth, Fulson gave King "Three O'Clock Blues," which became a hit for King in the '50s. British label JSP does its best to present a more complete picture.
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LOWELL FULSON CLASSIC CUTS [1946-1953]
CD C [OAKLAND,LOS ANGELES CALIFORNIA 1948-1949]
Release Date: September 14, 2004
Label: JSP Records
1946 to 1953 [Box] [Remaster]: Release Notes:
Guitarist/singer Lowell Fulson has long been an overlooked blues innovator, overshadowed by more commercially successful artists such as B.B. King. In truth, Fulson gave King "Three O'Clock Blues," which became a hit for King in the '50s. British label JSP does its best to present a more complete picture of Fulson with the four-CD box set Lowell Fulson 1946 to 1953. A superb collection, the set traces the rise of Fulson from obscure Oklahoma guitar slinger to "chitlin circuit" blues star. ~ Matt Collar
1. Night And Day 3:15
2. Double Trouble Blues 3:34
3. Stormin' And Rainin' 2:51
4 Good Woman Blues 3:16
5. Western Union Blues 2:49
6. Lazy Woman Blues 3:21
7. River Blues Pt. 1 2:41
8. River Blues Pt. 2 2:36
9. I Walked All Night 2:52;
10. Between Midnight And Day 2:30
11. The Blues Is Killing Me 2:32
12. Did You Ever Feel Lucky 2:35
13. Ain't Nobody's Business 2:41
14. Jimmy's Blues (I've Got A Mind To Ramble) 2:44
15. Every Day I Have The Blues 2:31
16. Rocking After Midnight 2:37
17. Rock This House (Alt) 2:36
18. Cold Hearted Mama 2:58
19. Mama Bring Your Clothes Back Home 2:37
20. Low Society Blues 2:29
21. Blues Shadows 3:02
22. Back Home Blues 2:31
23. Baby Won't You Jump With Me 2:36
24. Come Back Baby 2:30
25. Country Boy 2:56
26. Rainy Day Blues 2:54
27. Miss Lillie Brown 2:49
28. Sinner's Prayer 2:58
Personnel:Lowell Fulson (vocals,guitarMartin Fulson (guitar); Earl Singers Brown (alto saxophone); Que Martyn (tenor saxophone); Eldridge McCarty, King Solomon, Rufus J. Russell, Lloyd Glenn (piano); Bob Harvey , Dickie Washington, Asal Carson (drums)