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These Mean Old Blues


Download links and information about These Mean Old Blues by George Butler. This album was released in 1992 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 45:01 minutes.

Artist: George Butler
Release date: 1992
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 11
Duration: 45:01
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No. Title Length
1. These Mean Old Blues (featuring George) 3:25
2. Give Me an Answer (featuring George) 3:53
3. Anyone Can Say They Love You (featuring George) 4:15
4. Crack House Woman (featuring George) 4:25
5. Walkin' the Little Girl Home (featuring George) 4:42
6. Devil Made Me Do It (featuring George) 3:12
7. It's a Pity (featuring George) 4:35
8. No One Woman's Man (featuring George) 3:21
9. It's a Sin to Be a Thief (featuring George) 4:37
10. My Woman's Been Misled (featuring George) 4:15
11. (Baby) Do Your Thing (featuring George) 4:21



Considering his nickname and near-anonymity at the time, it is surprising to realize that Wild Child Butler was already 55 when he made this CD. Although he had recorded very few released sessions before this album, Butler had been active most of the time since settling in Ontario, Canada. A talented harmonica player, he also possesses a deep and very expressive voice. With a first-rate combo that features the intense guitar of Pete Boss, Butler performs most of his best material for his Bullseye Blues debut. Among the highpoints are the title cut, the topical "Crack House Woman," an unaccompanied "Walkin' The Little Girl Home" and the minor-toned "It's A Pity." Recommended.