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Various Artists: Devil's Jump: Indie Label Blues 1946-1957 [Box]

Track List

>Horse Shooe Boogie - (previously unreleased)
>Ruby Moore Blues - (previously unreleased)
>Little Mary
>Cheatin' Around
>Rock That Boogie - Jimmie Gordon & His Bip Bop Band
>Fast Life - Jimmie Gordon & His Bip Bop Band
>Hastings Street Opera, Pt. 1
>Hastings Street Opera, Pt. 2
>Stomp Boogie
>Who's Been Jiving You
>Wig Wearin' Woman
>New York Central
>Black Man Blues - John Lee Hooker
>Poor Joe - John Lee Hooker
>Forgive Me Darling
>Please Don't Think I'm Nosey
>Since I Seen Your Smiling Face - Country Paul
>Your Picture Done Faded - Country Paul
>Blinds Blues - John Lee
>Slappin' the Boogie - (previously unreleased)
>Keep a-Walkin [Take 1] - (previously unreleased, take)
>Keep a-Walkin [Take 2] - (take)
>Your Little Wagon
>Mistreated Woman [Take 1] - Eddie Kirkland (previously unreleased, take)
>Mistreated Woman [Take 2] - Eddie Kirkland (take)
>Mistreated Blues - Jimmie Gordon & His Bip Bop Band (previously unreleased)
>I Ain't Like That No More - Jimmie Gordon & His Bip Bop Band
>New Little Girl, Little Girl - Lee Brown
>Nightmare Blues
>Late Last Night - John Lee Hooker
>Lend Me Your Love
>Pacemaker Boogie
>Wandering Blues
>Don't Go Baby - John Lee Hooker
>Slim's Boogie
>Letter Home, A
>Ain't It Sad - Country Paul
>One More Time - Country Paul
>Down at the Depot
>Alabama Boogie
>Penny Pinchin' Mama
>Do It No More
>Gonna Hop on Down the Line - Ralph Willis
>Do Right - Ralph Willis
>Something's Wrong with My Little Machine - Robert Henry
>Old Battle Ax
>Hello Miss Jessie Lee
>Dealing with the Devil
>No Shoes [Take 1] - Eddie Kirkland (take)
>No Shoes [Take 2] - Eddie Kirkland (take)
>Low Land Blues - Lee Brown (previously unreleased)
>Round the World Boogie - (previously unreleased)
>My Baby's Acting Funny - Jimmie Gordon (previously unreleased)
>It's My Time to Go - (previously unreleased)
>Devil's Jump - John Lee Hooker
>I'm Gonna Kill That Woman
>Stop Messing Around
>Pet Milk Blues
>Moaning Blues
>Numbers, The
>Root Hog
>Gone Gone Gone
>Baby' Don't Leave - (previously unreleased)
>(Sometimes I Feel Like A) Motherless Child
>Life Is Like That
>Baby Blues
>In My Father's House - John Lee (previously unreleased)
>Mother Dear Mother - Country Paul
>Side Walk Boogie - Country Paul
>Early in the Morning - Robert Henry
>Miss Anna B - Robert Henry
>Door Bell Blues
>Why'd You Do It - Ralph Willis
>Boogie Baby - Johnny Wright
>'54 Blues
>That Woman's a Pearl Diver - Jimmie Gordon & His Bip Bop Band (previously unreleased)
>Jumping at the Club Blue Flame - Jimmie Gordon & His Bip Bop Band
>Chain Gang - (previously unreleased)
>I Believe I'll Go Downtown Again
>Dixie Flyer - (previously unreleased)
>Nobody Loves Me [Alt] - (alternate take)
>Midnight Jump
>Hastings Street Woogie Man
>Detroit Boogie - Detroit Count
>Heart Trouble Blues
>Slim's Stomp - John Lee Hooker
>Please Don't Think I'm Nosey
>Time for Lovin' to Be Done - Eddie Kirkland
>Up and Down - (previously unreleased)
>I Ain't Got Over It Yet
>I'll Never Walk in Your Door - Country Paul
>Black Cat Trail - Country Paul
>I Came to See You Baby
>I'm a Boogie Man
>My Baby Left Me - (previously unreleased)
>I Stayed Down
>I Was in St,. Louis - Johnny Wright
>Jivin' Mess [Take 1] - (previously unreleased, take)
>Spell [Take 3], The - (previously unreleased, take)
>Wolf Pack [Take 10], The - (previously unreleased, take)

Album Notes

JSP's Devil's Jump compiles four CDs with 100 tracks containing a mixture of both rare and classic blues recorded between 1946-1957, on several indie blues labels of the era such as King, Deluxe, Okeh, and Jubilee. Highlighted throughout this set are 20 previously unissued recordings by Jimmie Gordon, Johnny Temple, Smokey Hogg, John Lee Hooker, Kid Thomas, Lee Brown, and Eddie Kirkland. These historic recordings have been remastered, and the majority of this material sounds decent as most JSP sets do. The liner notes are informative, listing personnel, dates, and concise history without going on ad nauseum. Since this is a budget-priced set, it is highly recommended for both the blues novice and collector. ~ Al Campbell



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