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3 Harp Boogie

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Jelly Jelly
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South Side Boogie
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So Glad You're Mine
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Good Time Charly
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Diggin' My Potatoes
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There's Something On Your Mind
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V-Ford Blues
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Turn On Your Love Light
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Dolly Put The Kettle On
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 27:35

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Clearing Muddy Waters

By John Morthland, Contributor

Technically, I suppose, you can divide Muddy Waters'recording career neatly into three "phases": the 1941-2, acoustic field recordings for Alan Lomax of the Library of Congress, his 1947-75 run with Chess Records and the Blue Sky albums produced by Johnny Winter beginning in 1977 and ending well before Muddy's 1983 death. Of course, that still leaves holes in his discography - such as the four 1946 tracks Muddy cut for Columbia before signing with Chess,… more »

They Say All Music Guide

The music featured here is actually all right, but the set suffers due to its odd patchwork assembly. Five of the tracks come from a 1963 acoustic session recorded at an apartment on the South Side, featuring Elvin Bishop on guitar, Cotton on vocals and harmonica, Paul Butterfield on harmonica, and Billy Boy Arnold on harmonica (hence the title 3 Harp Boogie). The other four selections are taken from his 1967 Verve album James Cotton Blues Band, available in its entirety on the Best of the Verve Years compilation. That means you probably only want this for the rarer acoustic cuts, which are good, but a short value for a CD purchase unless you’re a very big Cotton fan. Again, though, there’s nothing wrong with the music itself. – Richie Unterberger

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