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Southside Blues Jam

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Stop Breaking Down
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I Could Have Had Religion
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I Just Want To Make Love To You
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Baby, Please Send Me Your Love
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You Say You Love Me
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Blues For Mayor Daley
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I Wish I Knew What I Know Now
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Trouble Don't Last Always
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Total Tracks: 8   Total Length: 39:41

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Hmmph...

Jules4Hamfats

My blues ear is very young but it craves strong vocals like JW's. South Side Blues Jam is a must have.

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This one's for life.

thatway57

This is great. If you like this you will be listening to this for the rest of your life. Sidemen Buddy Guy, Otis Spann and Fred Below are superb as you would expect

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Great Chicago Blues Album!!

Muddy

This album is all about the Chicago blues sound. Junior is a great blues singer and greater blues harmonica player in the vain of a Sonny Boy or Little Walter. Notable blues greats on this album include Fred Below on drums, Buddy Guy on guitar and Otis Spann on Piano. All these guys played with with Muddy Waters at some point. This is not Juniors best album, buts it's still very good. Junior best performances are captured on: Junior Wells On Tap ***** Junior Wells 1957-1963 **** Junior Wells Live at Buddy Guys Legends ***** Junior Wells It's my life Baby **** The *'s are the number of stars that I have assigned to the albums. South Side Blues Jam is a great album. I've listened to it countless times, and will continue listening. Junior is the man.

They Say All Music Guide

Enjoyable but less electrifying follow-up to Hoodoo Man Blues, cut in 1969-1970 — looser, with longer songs that afford more room to stretch out instrumentally but don’t quite equal the stunning precision of what came before. Buddy Guy returns on guitar; Otis Spann is the pianist, and Fred Below keeps superb time. – Bill Dahl