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An Offer You Can't Refuse

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Easy
Artist: Walter 'Shakey' Horton
3:17
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Have A Good Time
Artist: Walter 'Shakey' Horton
3:19
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Mean Mistreater
Artist: Walter 'Shakey' Horton
3:04
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In The Mood
Artist: Walter 'Shakey' Horton
3:08
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West Side Blues
Artist: Walter 'Shakey' Horton
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Louise
Artist: Walter 'Shakey' Horton
4:05
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Tin Pan Alley
Artist: Walter 'Shakey' Horton
2:54
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Walter's Boogie, This Is It
Artist: Walter 'Shakey' Horton
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Everything's Gonna Be Alright
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Poor Boy
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Got My Mojo Working
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Last Night
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Loaded
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One Room Country Shack
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 14   Total Length: 49:04

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Vintage "Must Have"

Dabloozer

This is a vintage "must have" blues album of two of the greats, and well worth adding to anyone's collection. I only wish that the technology we have today was available when these sessions were recorded as the quality is not great. Still, it's listenable and somehow the muddiness of the recording adds to the flavor....

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An Offer You Can't Refuse

hotcokaroach

For any Paul Butterfield Blues fan this album is a must have, NO option! It really highlights Paul's work by concentrating primarily on his harp and vocals, without any distractions. Its a solo performance with a guitar accompanist by Shakey. This is great pre-East West album blues. Pure Paul Butterfield at his best. I'm glad I found it and I recommend it to all pure blues listeners.

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Archival material

SteveFord

First issued in 1972, this album had Big Walter Horton on one side and the nascent Paul Butterfield Blues Band, circa 1963, on the other. There's no Bloomfield or Bishop on the Butterfild tracks (Smokey Smothers is the guitarist), but there is some good harp by the leader. Recorded at Big Johns in Chicago. The sound is OK. Probably for dedicated fans only.

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Got My Mojo Working

bigdaddy10152

Wow, a real smoker.....sweet mother of pearl....if you like blues harmonica, you're gonna love this tune......get it now...

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