Charlie MUSSELWHITE – The Blues Never Die 1994

Charlie MUSSELWHITE – The Blues Never Die 1994


This may be a fairly solid overview of Musselwhite’s career (from the late ’60s to the present — with some previously unreleased tracks, including the title cut), but it is not the best introduction to the artist. For that, his Vanguard ’60s output is still recommended, along with the 1984 session on Blue Rock’it and Alligator’s In My Time. Fine stuff, though.
By Dan Forte.
This is a fantastic album. Charlie Muslewhite played the very best blues harp then and still does. I saw him last month in Modesto and he still rocks and brought the house down just like he did in the late 60″s at the Filmore west. Any one who likes the rockin blues should love this to have it.
By Patricia Mccarty.
01. Tenessee Woman  3:43
02. Stingaree  2:55
03. Arkansas Boogie  5:02
04. Temperature  3:10
05. Done Somebody Wrong  2:39
06. River Hip Mama  4:13
07. Help Me  3:26
08. Juke  4:19
09. Taylor, Arkansas  2:44
10. I Don’t Play, I’ll Be Your Man Some Day  3:15
11. Finger Lickin’ Good  3:55
12. Blue Feeling Today  4:59
13. Crazy For My Baby  2:53
14. I’m A Stranger  4:52
15. Everything’s Gonna Be Alright  2:33
16. Too Hot To Touch  4:44
17. Blues Got Me Again  5:20
18. The Blues Never Die  3:10
19. After While  3:13
20. Trouble For Everybody  2:57
21. Christo Redentor  3:20

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