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Blues and Boogie, Vol. 1

Kim Wilson

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1.1
Bonus Boogie
Kim Wilson
3:16
1.2
No Love in My Heart
Kim Wilson
2:48
1.3
Ninety Nine
Kim Wilson
3:00
1.4
Worried Life Blues
Kim Wilson
3:03
1.5
You Upset My Mind
Kim Wilson
3:46
1.6
Teenage Beat
Kim Wilson
3:00
1.7
Same Old Blues
Kim Wilson
2:46
1.8
Searched All Over
Kim Wilson
3:40
1.9
From the Bottom
Kim Wilson
2:45
1.10
Look Whatcha Done
Kim Wilson
2:33
1.11
Blue and Lonesome
Kim Wilson
5:05
1.12
Sho Nuff I Do
Kim Wilson
3:26
1.13
Learn to Treat Me Right
Kim Wilson
3:30
1.14
Edgier
Kim Wilson
2:20
1.15
Mean Old Frisco
Kim Wilson
3:12
1.16
You're the One
Kim Wilson
3:20
Total Playing Time    51:30
Founder and frontman of blues rock band The Fabulous Thunderbirds, harmonica player Kim Wilson here presents his solo album Blues and Boogie, Vol. 1, a collection of self-penned original numbers alongside standards from the likes Little Walter and John Lee Hooker, together making for a truly classic blues album.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Severn Records Studio Masters

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