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Blues After Hours

Elmore James

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1
Dust My Blues
Elmore James
3:11
2
Sunnyland
Elmore James
3:19
3
Mean and Evil
Elmore James
2:16
4
Dark and Dreary
Elmore James
2:48
5
Standing at the Crossroads
Elmore James
2:47
6
Happy Home
Elmore James
2:46
7
No Love in My Heart
Elmore James
2:24
8
Blues Before Sunrise
Elmore James
2:45
9
I Was a Fool
Elmore James
2:51
10
Goodbye Baby
Elmore James
2:59
11
Late Hours at Midnight
Elmore James
2:48
12
Quarter Past Nine
Elmore James
3:31
13
Strange Kinda Feeling
Elmore James
2:32
14
Make My Dreams Come True
Elmore James
2:44
15
So Mean to Me
Elmore James
2:28
16
Long Tall Woman
Elmore James
2:55
17
Wild About You AKA Wild About You Baby
Elmore James
2:42
18
Elmo's Shuffle
Elmore James
2:34
Total Playing Time    50:20
The King of the Slide Guitar’s Crown LP with bonus tracks mainly from the Chicago sessions, featuring the wonderful pianist Little Johnny Jones with Eddie Taylor and J.T. Brown. Newly-discovered master tapes result in the best-ever sound for these recordings.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Fuel Records Studio Masters

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