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Golden Chicago Blues

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Download links and information about Golden Chicago Blues. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Blues genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:00:53 minutes.

Release date: 2013
Genre: Blues
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:00:53
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. (Everything I Do) Got to Be Funky (Maurice John Vaughn) 5:20
2. Bad Rooster (Koko Taylor) 5:21
3. Sunday Morning Blues (Billy Boy Arnold) 4:57
4. Stranded on the Highway (Magic Slim) 4:25
5. Take Five (Lil' Ed, The Blues Imperials) 3:18
6. Moving Out of the Ghetto (A. C. Reed) 3:53
7. Stoop Down, Baby (Eddie Shaw) 4:01
8. Linda Lu (Left Hand Frank) 4:12
9. The Underqualified Blues (The Siegel - Schwall Band) 5:28
10. Would You, Baby (Johnny) 3:25
11. Thirteen Years In Prison (Big Leon BROOKS) 3:05
12. Hypnotized (Eddy) 4:11
13. Tired of Being Pushed Around (Queen Sylvia Embry) 2:54
14. Evil (William Clarke) 3:33
15. One Day (Carey Bell) 2:50

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Founded in 1971 by Bruce Iglauer, the Chicago-based Alligator Records has nearly 300 releases to date. It's the world's largest independent blues label, working with countless musicians large and small. Over the years it has racked up many accolades, including more than 100 Blues Music Awards and several GRAMMY¬ô awards. On this 15-track collection, we get a slew of rollicking numbers courtesy of assorted bluesmen (and women) from Chicago and beyond. Contributors include the late, great Koko Taylor ("Bad Rooster"), Magic Slim ("Stranded on the Highway"), Eddie "The Chief" Clearwater ("Hypnotized"), and A.C. Reid ("Moving Out of the Ghetto"). Whether you're a dyed-in-the-wool blues aficionado or a casual fan who enjoys vivid storytelling, raw guitar chops, and wailing harmonicas, this truly has something for everyone, showcasing plenty of obscure but highly talented artists who fly way under the Clear Channel radar. Highly recommended.