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Jimmy McCracklin Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD)

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Jimmy McCracklin: Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD)



McCracklin, Jimmy - Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD) CD 1
1: Miss Mattie Left Me
2: Mean Mistreated Lover
3: Highway 101
4: Baby Don't You Want To Go
5: Achin' Heart
6: Street Loafin' Woman
7: You Deceived Me
8: Ola May
9: She's A Wino
10: Rock And Rye, Pt=1
11: Rock And Rye, Pt=2
12: You Had Your Chance
13: Special For You
14: Rock And Rye, Pt=3
15: Miss Minnie Lee Blues
16: Playin' On Me
17: Big Foot Mama
18: Bad Luck And Trouble
19: Railroad Blues
20: Jimmy's Blues
21: Bad Condition Blues
22: Blues Blasters Shuffle
23: Low Down Mood
24: She's My Baby
25: When I'm Gone
26: South Side Mood
McCracklin, Jimmy - Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD) CD 2
1: Listen Woman
2: I Can't Understand Love
3: Josephine (Just Won't Let Her Go)
4: I'll Get A Break Someday
5: Love When It Rains
6: Your Heart Ain't Right
7: My Life Depends On You
8: Gonna Find Another Woman
9: I Think My Time Is Here
10: Deceivin' Blues
11: Beer Drinkin' Woman
12: Up And Down Blues
13: Just Won't Let Her Go
14: Rockin' All Day
15: Gotta Cut Out
16: You Deceived Me
17: Bad Health Blues
18: Ragged As A Mop (Hamburger Joint)
19: Deceivin' Blues [Take 1] [Take]
20: Beer Drinkin' Woman [Alternate Take] [Alternate Take]
21: Up And Down Blues [Alternate Take] [Alternate Take]
22: Just Won't Let Her Go [Alternate Take] [Alternate Take]
23: Looking For A Woman
24: You Don't Love Me
25: I'm Gonna Have My Fun
McCracklin, Jimmy - Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD) CD 3
1: True Love Blues
2: Rockin' Man
3: What's Your Phone Number
4: That's Life
5: Blues For The People
6: House Rockin' Blues
7: Movin' On Down The Line
8: I Am Tired
9: My Days Are Limited
10: She's Gone
11: She Felt Too Good
12: Share And Share Alike
13: The Cheater
14: Pleasin' Papa
15: The End
16: Hear My Story
17: I Don't Want No Woman
18: Blues And Trouble
19: Hello Baby
20: We Could Make A Go I Know
21: Everytime
22: Night And Day
23: You Look So Fine [Take 1] [Take]
24: You Look So Fine [Take 2] [Take]
25: Blues Blasters Boogie
McCracklin, Jimmy - Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD) CD 4
1: The Panic's On
2: Darlin' Share Your Love
3: Give My Heart A Break
4: Please Forgive Me Baby
5: Couldn't Be A Dream
6: Gonna Tell Your Mother
7: That Ain't Right
8: Don't Have To Worry Jerry Thomas
9: Lost Mind Jerry Thomas
10: Something About You
11: When You Was A Little Girl
12: Just Couldn't Take My Rest
13: I Told Ya Mama
14: Where I Got My
15: Cry On
16: Copyright On Your Love
17: Make Love To Me
18: Sue And Pat
19: Reconsider Baby
20: I Got To Know
21: Arkansas
22: You're The One


Artikeleigenschaften von Jimmy McCracklin: Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD)

  • Interpret: Jimmy McCracklin

  • Albumtitel: Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD)

  • Format CD
  • Genre Blues

  • Title Blues Blaster Boogie (4-CD)
  • Label JSP

  • SubGenre Blues - Traditional

  • EAN: 0788065778927

  • weight in Kg 0.400

Artist description "McCracklin, Jimmy"

Jimmy McCracklin

Jimmy McCracklin and His Blues Blasters

Unlike a lot of his blues-singing contemporaries, piano-pounding Jimmy McCracklin managed to roll with the punches when it came to musical trends and stayed modern when so many others fell by the wayside. He's cited both Helena, Arkansas and St. Louis as a birthplace, and for years swore he was a decade younger than his August 13, 1921 birthdate. There's no doubt about the massiveness of McCracklin's catalog: He's recorded for a daunting array of labels.

Pre-war pianist Walter Davis was one of his heroes growing up. "I was in St. Louis, Missouri, and I used to listen to Walter Davis. He was a good friend of my father's. I loved to see that guy sing,"  he says. "That's where I got started messin' with the blues, listening to him." Boxing was Jimmy's passion prior to an auto wreck. "I hurt my shoulder, got kind of knocked around, got cut around the eyes. So the doctor just advised me to get into something else," he says. When he got out of the Navy after World War II in California, McCracklin began recording in 1945 for tiny local labels, later barely acknowledging these sides' existence.

"I didn't even know how to regular sing," McCracklin says. "I was just trying to get into the business."

Living in the Bay Area, McCracklin grew sufficiently confident on piano to front his own Blues Blasters with Kansas-born guitarist Robert Kelton and drummer Little Red. He started cutting for Oakland producer Bob Geddins in 1947. "I just had got out of the service, and I was trying to sing. So I happened to meet Bob," said Jimmy. By 1949, McCracklin and his Blues Blasters were on Modern in L.A. The scorching Rockin' All Day was cut October 10 of that year with Kelton and young guitarist Lafayette Thomas dueling it out (saxist Earl Brown and Little Red round out the cast). Over the years, it's become known as Reelin' And Rockin' Twist after being mistitled as such on Crown's 'Twist With Jimmy McCracklin' LP. Jimmy shared writers' credit with Modern boss Jules Bihari (as Jules Taub).

A raft of subsequent sides on Modern, Swing Time, Peacock, and Premium predated McCracklin's breakthrough '58 dance hit The Walk for Checker, which he produced himself. "I walked around Chicago for a couple of weeks with 'The Walk' in my arms, trying to get some of them companies to accept it," says Jimmy. "All them people turned me down. So I went to Chess. He said, 'Well, come back. I'll listen to it tomorrow.' I go back tomorrow, it took about three or four days before he'd even accept listening to it. When I left it, then I had to leave town a day or so after. A couple of days later, I heard it on the radio."  Jimmy's Just Got To Know was a '61 smash on his own Art-Tone logo. He scored big again in '65 with Think for Imperial, remaining musically active right into the new millennium and then some.

"You write a song according to your life. I've lived all these things," says Jimmy. "If you're born with a silver spoon in your mouth, you'll never know how to write a song, because you've never had no problems. But when you come up and you've had problems and stuff like that, it makes you write good songs."


Bill Dahl
Chicago, Illinois


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