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Mojo Boogie: An Essential Collection

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Let's Roll (Take 2)
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People Are Meddling In Our Affairs
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(I Wanna) Play A Little While
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Louise
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How Much More
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The Mountain
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I Have Married
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I'll Die Tryin'
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The Mojo (Take 4)
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How Can I Leave
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I Want My Baby (Take 4)
2:43
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Slow Down Woman (Take 2)
2:46
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I Sing Um The Way I Feel
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I Feel So Good
2:15
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Let's Roll (Take 1)
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The Mojo (Take 1)
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I Want My Baby (Take 1)
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Slow Down Woman (Take 1)
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I Sing Um The Way I Feel (Take 18)
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I Feel So Good (Take 21)
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 55:38

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This is pretty close to being the “Essential Collection” that Fuel 2000 boasts in its title. J.B. Lenoir was a consummate bluesman who walked the line between R&B, the new electric Chicago blues, and early rock & roll. His music was house-rocking, boogie-heavy, joyous rolling thunder. John Mayall’s entire career has been influenced by Lenoir’s singular if somewhat obscure mark. This collection features 11 tracks and nine alternate takes. They add up to a diverse portrait of an idiosyncratic yet highly accessible blues talent. Here are his early-’50s hits, such as “Let’s Roll” (plus an alternate version) and “Mojo Boogie” (with another pair of alternates). But there is also the strolling “I Feel So Good,” a couple of versions of the sensual “Slow Down Woman,” and many others that offer an accurate, perhaps even revelatory, portrait of the artist in his prime. – Thom Jurek

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