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Sufferin' Mind

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Download links and information about Sufferin' Mind by Eddie " Guitar Slim " Jones. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues genres. It contains 26 tracks with total duration of 01:09:47 minutes.

Artist: Eddie " Guitar Slim " Jones
Release date: 1991
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues
Tracks: 26
Duration: 01:09:47
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. The Things That I Used to Do 3:00
2. Well I Done Got Over It 2:27
3. Story of My Life 2:59
4. Letter to My Girlfriend (Prison Blues) 2:08
5. Trouble Don't Last 3:01
6. Later for You Baby 2:19
7. Bad Luck Blues 2:54
8. Twenty-Five Lies 2:13
9. Sufferin' Mind 2:27
10. Stand By Me 2:35
11. Guitar Slim 2:33
12. Our Only Child 2:04
13. Reap What You Sow (Bad Woman Blues) 2:49
14. I Want to Love-A You (Take 1) 2:06
15. Sufferin' Mind (Take 1) 3:04
16. I Want to Love-A You (Take 11) 2:46
17. Think It Over 2:28
18. Quicksand 2:21
19. You're Gonna Miss Me 2:51
20. I Got Sumpin' for You 4:00
21. Something to Remember You By 2:54
22. You Give Me Nothing But the Blues 2:16
23. Going Down Slow 3:38
24. Certainly All (Take 2) 2:19
25. Something to Remember You By (Take 1) 3:28
26. Certainly All (Take 1) 2:07

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His guitar fraught with manic high-end distortion and his vocals fried over church-fired intensity, Eddie "Guitar Slim" Jones influenced a boatload of disciples while enjoying the rewards that came with his 1954 R&B chart-topper, "The Things That I Used to Do." This 26-song survey of Slim's seminal 1953-1955 Specialty catalog rates with the best New Orleans blues ever cut — besides the often imitated but never duplicated smash, his "Story of My Life," "Sufferin' Mind," and "Something to Remember You By" are overwhelming in their ringing back-alley fury. Slim could rock, too: "Well, I Done Got Over It," "Quicksand," "Certainly All," and the raucous "Guitar Slim" drive with blistering power. Saxophonist Joe Tillman was a worthy foil for the flamboyant guitarist in the solo department.