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Live At Slim's Volume 2

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Don't You Know (Live)
2:59
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Thin Line (Live)
6:05
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One Woman (Live)
4:27
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Blue Guitar (Live)
5:21
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Shade Tree Mechanic (Live)
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747 (Live)
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Just a Little Bit (Live)
4:23
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Brother Go Ahead and Take Her (Live)
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Love At First Sight (Live)
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 43:53

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The Postmodern Blues of Joe Louis Walker

By John Morthland, Contributor

Can there be any doubt that Joe Louis Walker has finally arrived? Between a Rock and the Blues, released in the fall of 2009, has earned him five Blues Music Awards nominations, more than any other artist. After a quarter-century on the national circuit, it's about time. Walker is a postmodern bluesman firmly rooted in tradition. He's absorbed postwar electric guitarists, ranging from the three Kings to the Texas-to-California school led by T-Bone Walker; he also… more »

They Say All Music Guide

More from Joe Louis Walker’s searing Slim’s engagement, Live at Slim’s, Vol. 2 includes Joe Louis ripping through Ray Charles’ “Don’t You Know,” and Little Milton’s “Love at First Sight,” and Rosco Gordon’s overworked “Just a Little Bit,” along with his own gems. Huey Lewis turns up again as the harpist on Walker’s version of Haskell Sadler’s “747.” – Bill Dahl