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Cotton Mouth Man

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Cotton Mouth Man
Artist: James Cotton feat. Joe Bonamassa
3:47
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Midnight Train
Artist: James Cotton feat. Gregg Allman
3:29
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Mississippi Mud
Artist: James Cotton feat. Keb Mo
4:00
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He Was There
3:44
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Something For Me
Artist: James Cotton feat. Warren Haynes
3:41
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Wrapped Around My Heart
Artist: James Cotton feat. Ruthie Foster
3:23
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Saint On Sunday
3:31
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Hard Sometimes
Artist: James Cotton feat. Delbert McClinton
3:18
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Young Bold Women
3:25
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Bird Nest On The Ground
4:20
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Wasn't My Time To Go
Artist: James Cotton feat. Keb Mo
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Blues Is Good For You
4:25
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Bonnie Blue
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 13   Total Length: 48:53

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Cotton Mouth Man

DanneauVedeMale

Nice to have this pretty much right at release. Cotton plays as he always has, and even the star accompanists leave him room to work his gig. The songs are a kick, lots of variety within the blues metaphor. This is just an all around fine album.

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Good Stuff From Gator

BLUESMAN4EVER

Alligator records has some of the Best Blues artists in the world.Just look at the who's who that joins the great Cotton on this album,& them are the big names that just happen to care about the mans music.Listened to this 2 times in arow when I first picked it up,not a single song is a filler.It's All GOOD!

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