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Digipak. Jimmy Reed's lazy drawl, high harmonica sound, and tightly constructed blues songs are part of the bedrock of American roots music. For a decade in the late 1950s and early 1960s, he was the most popular blues artist in America, crossing over to the pop charts with songs like 'Big Boss Man' and 'Baby What You Want Me to Do.' Blues, country and R&B artists, including Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Etta James and Elvis Presley, have covered his compositions. Here are his complete Vee Jay singles-his defining body of work-newly remastered with notes from Grammy-winning blues producer Scott Billington.
Digipak. Jimmy Reed's lazy drawl, high harmonica sound, and tightly constructed blues songs are part of the bedrock of American roots music. For a decade in the late 1950s and early 1960s, he was the most popular blues artist in America, crossing over to the pop charts with songs like 'Big Boss Man' and 'Baby What You Want Me to Do.' Blues, country and R&B artists, including Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Etta James and Elvis Presley, have covered his compositions. Here are his complete Vee Jay singles-his defining body of work-newly remastered with notes from Grammy-winning blues producer Scott Billington.
888072024878
Jimmy Reed - Mr. Luck: Complete Vee-Jay Singles

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Format: CD
Label: CRF
Rel. Date: 08/04/2017
UPC: 888072024878

Mr. Luck: Complete Vee-Jay Singles
Artist: Jimmy Reed
Format: CD
New: In Stock $49.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. High and Lonesome Introduction
2. High and Lonesome
3. Roll and Rhumba
4. Jimmy's Boogie
5. Found My
6. Baby Gone
7. You Don't Have to Go Introduction
8. You Don't Have to Go
9. Boogie in the Dark 1
10. I'm Gonna Ruin You 1
11. Pretty Thing 1
12. She Don't Want Me No More 1
13. I Don't Go for That 1
14. Ain't That Lovin' You Baby Introduction 1
15. Ain't That Lovin' You Baby 1
16. Baby, Don't Say That No More 1
17. Can't Stand to See You 1
18. Go 1
19. Rockin' with Reed 2
20. My First Plea 2
21. I Love You Baby 2
22. You Got Me Dizzy Introduction 2
23. You Got Me Dizzy 2
24. Honey Don't Let Me Go 2
25. Little Rain 2
26. Honey Where You Going 2
27. The Sun Is Shining 2
28. Baby What's on Your Mind 2
29. Honest I Do Introduction 3
30. Honest I Do 3
31. Signals of Love 3
32. You're Something Else 3
33. A String to Your Heart 3
34. Go on to School 3
35. You Got Me Crying 3
36. I Know It's a Sin 3
37. Down in Virginia 3
38. I'm Gonna Get My Baby 3
39. Odds and Ends 4
40. I Told You Baby 4
41. Ends and Odds 4
42. Take Out Some Insurance 4
43. You Know I Love You 4
44. Going to New York Introduction 4
45. Going to New York 4
46. I Wanna Be Loved 4
47. Baby What You Want Me 4
48. To Do Introduction 4
49. Baby What You Want Me to Do 5
50. Caress Me Baby 5
51. Found Love 5
52. Where Can You Be 5
53. Hush Hush 5
54. Going By the River, Part 2 5
55. Close Together 5
56. Laughing at the Blues 5
57. Big Boss Man Introduction 5
58. Big Boss Man 5
59. I'm a Love You 6
60. Bright Lights, Big City 6
61. Bright Lights, Big City 6
62. I'm Mr. Luck 6
63. Aw Shucks Hush Your Mouth 6
64. Baby, What's Wrong 6
65. Good Lover 6
66. Tell Me That You Love Me 6
67. I'll Change My Style 6
68. Too Much 6
69. Let's Get Together 7
70. Oh John 7
71. Shame Shame Shame Introduction 7
72. Shame Shame Shame 7
73. There'll Be a Day 7
74. Mary, Mary 7
75. I'm Gonna Help You 7
76. (I'm Gonna Move) to the Outskirts of Town 7
77. St. Louis Blues 7
78. See See Rider 7
79. Wee Wee Baby Blues 8
80. Help Yourself 8
81. Heading for a Fall (Things Ain't What They Used to Be) 8
82. Down in Mississippi 8
83. I'm Going Upside Your Head Introduction 8
84. I'm Going Upside Your Head 8
85. The Devil's Shoestring 8
86. I Wanna Be Loved 8
87. A New Leaf 8
88. Left Handed Woman 8
89. I'm the Man Down There 9
90. When Girls Do It 9
91. Don't You Think I'm Through

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Digipak. Jimmy Reed's lazy drawl, high harmonica sound, and tightly constructed blues songs are part of the bedrock of American roots music. For a decade in the late 1950s and early 1960s, he was the most popular blues artist in America, crossing over to the pop charts with songs like 'Big Boss Man' and 'Baby What You Want Me to Do.' Blues, country and R&B artists, including Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Etta James and Elvis Presley, have covered his compositions. Here are his complete Vee Jay singles-his defining body of work-newly remastered with notes from Grammy-winning blues producer Scott Billington.
        
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