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Jim Jackson Vol. 2 (1928-1930)

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What A Time (Take 1)
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What A Time (Take 2)
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This Ain't No Place For Me
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I'm Gonna Move To Louisiana - Pt.. 1 (Take 1)
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I'm Gonna Move To Louisiana - Pt.. 1 (Take 2)
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I'm Gonna Move To Louisiana - Pt.. 2
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Traveling Man
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Going 'Round The Mountain
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Bye, Bye, Policeman
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Long Gone
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Hey Mama - It's Nice Like That - Part 1
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Hey Mama - It's Nice Like That - Part 2
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Ain't You Sorry Mama? - Part 1
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Ain't You Sorry Mama? - Part 2
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Foot Achin' Blues
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Love Sick Blues
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Santa Fe Blues
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I Ain't Gonna Turn Her Down
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Get On Out Of Here
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Let's Get It Straight
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Jim Jackson's Jamboree - Part 1
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Jim Jackson's Jamboree - Part 2
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Hesitation Blues (Oh! Baby, Must I Hesitate?)
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St. Louis Blues
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 75:41

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They Say All Music Guide

This second volume in Document’s project to reissue the complete recorded works of Jim Jackson in chronological order isn’t quite as necessary as the first, since that volume contains what are arguably his most important and interesting songs (“Kansas City Blues,” “He’s in the Jailhouse Now,” “Old Dog Blue’,” “I’m Wild About My Lovin’”). True, there are some worthwhile tracks here as well, including “What a Time,” “Traveling Man,” “Hesitation Blues,” and a particularly impassioned version of W.C. Handy’s “St. Louis Blues,” but Jackson wasn’t a striking enough guitarist or singer to overcome mediocre and cliché-ridden material, and there’s plenty of that here, too. Document has also issued both of these volumes in a double-disc set, which may be preferable to collectors and blues scholars, but until someone issues a decent single-disc overview of Jackson’s recordings, casual listeners should probably stick with the first volume. – Steve Leggett

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