The Best of Elvin Bishop: Tulsa Shuffle
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|Genre:||Blues, Rock, Blues Rock, Pop|
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|2.||How Much More||3:02|
|3.||The Things That I Used to Do||4:00|
|6.||Prisoner of Love||5:19|
|7.||Party Till the Cows Come Home||3:27|
|9.||Be With Me||4:16|
|11.||Don't Fight It (Feel It)||3:11|
|12.||As the Years Go Passing By||4:00|
|14.||Rock My Soul||2:46|
|18.||Last Mile (Instrumental)||3:51|
In his first manifestation as a bandleader (1969-1972), Elvin Bishop lived in Marin County, CA, and performed under the auspices of promoter Bill Graham. Not surprisingly, the three albums he cut in that period fit into the soul-blues-rock style of post-psychedelic San Francisco, even to the point of featuring an extended instrumental, "Hogbottom," on which Bishop takes Carlos Santana's place fronting the Santana percussion section. This 18-track compilation selects from the albums The Elvin Bishop Group, Feel It!, and Rock My Soul, effectively summarizing this phase in Bishop's career. The only thing wrong with it is that it would be easy to make the mistake of thinking that it covers all of his solo career rather than only the first four years, especially because there have now been four different albums released with the title The Best of Elvin Bishop.