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Paris Mississippi Blues

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Download links and information about Paris Mississippi Blues by Memphis Slim. This album was released in 2005 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz, Acoustic genres. It contains 30 tracks with total duration of 01:54:35 minutes.

Artist: Memphis Slim
Release date: 2005
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Blues, Jazz, Acoustic
Tracks: 30
Duration: 01:54:35
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Lord Have Mercy On Me 2:28
2. Rock and Rolling the House 4:02
3. Pigalle Love 4:04
4. Baby Please Come Home 2:33
5. Going Down Slow 4:00
6. Just Playing Boogie 3:10
7. Mississippi water 4:17
8. Big Town Girl 1:45
9. Paris On Rolls 2:23
10. Wish Me Well 2:34
11. Eagle Rock 3:18
12. Mr. Sykes Blues 4:27
13. M&S Boogie 3:18
14. Whyskey Drinking Man 3:12
15. The Churning Man 2:32
16. Three In One Boogie 3:22
17. When Buddy Comes to Town (featuring Buddy Guy) 6:19
18. My Dog Is Mean 3:06
19. Raining In My Heart 3:20
20. I've Got the Blues 2:04
21. Shake That Thing 2:43
22. You're the One (featuring Buddy Guy) 3:19
23. That's the Way the Cookie Crumbles 1:59
24. Rolling and Tumbling (featuring Buddy Guy) 6:02
25. Black Cat Cross My Trail 3:06
26. Otis Spann and Earl Hooker 4:27
27. Didn't We Babe / Montreux Boogie Woogie (featuring Freddie King) 7:30
28. Everyday I Have the Blues (featuring Freddie King) 4:02
29. Losers Weepers 3:20
30. The Prodigal Son 11:53

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During his career pianist and singer Memphis Slim excelled at Chicago blues, jump blues and acoustic folk-blues, always being very adaptable. He moved to France in 1962 where he was a star for many years. This double-CD has some of the very best of his recordings for the Barclay label, emphasizing his working groups on the first CD and some all-star dates on the second. There are many exuberant performances on this reissue along with low-down blues and a few instrumentals. Among the guests are bassist Willie Dixon, pianist Roosevelt Sykes (his duets with Slim are delightful), Buddy Guy, Freddie King and even jazz altoist Sonny Criss. Although completists will prefer to get the many original sessions, this two-fer serves as a perfect introduction to the music of Memphis Slim, with the music straddling the boundaries between blues, vintage R&B and swinging jazz.