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I Want To Know

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I Want To Know
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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Rock Me Baby
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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I Wonder Why
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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Cold Sweet Blues
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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Driving Wheel
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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Will My Baby Be Home Tonight
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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Way She Walks
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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I've Been Mistreated
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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Are You Ready
Artist: Andrew "Big "Voice" Odom, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Johnson, Sylvester Boines, Tyrone Centuray
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 61:07

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Superb!!

BluesguyUK

I'm amazed no one has reviewed this monumentally excellent album from the Master of Chicago Blues. It's a really tight and well worked set of tracks by some top artists in the field of blues. "Big Voice" does just enough to contribute without standing out from the crowd. Jimmy Dawkins does what he's good at, leading the line. All tracks are worth downloading, I particularly like B. B. Kings "Rock me Baby" and the ever so slightly jazzed up "Cold Sweet Blues" Where's Volume 1?

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Nick Moss and the Flip Tops

By John Morthland, Contributor

Nick Moss learned his Chicago blues the right way - through apprenticeships. He was barely out of his teens when he took over the bass slot in Jimmy Dawkins 'band in 1993, and from there he joined the Legendary Blues Band, which had originally been staffed by Muddy Waters vets and still boasted Willie "Big Eyes" Smith on drums and Pinetop Perkins on piano. Bandleader Smith switched him to guitar, and Moss made his recording… more »