℗ ℗ 1976 Henry Stone Music USA, Inc
 

Jimmy Reed is Back (Deluxe Edition)

Jimmy Reed

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1
Ain't No Time for Fussin'
Jimmy Reed
2:57
2
Keep the Faith
Jimmy Reed
3:03
3
Wake up at Daybreak
Jimmy Reed
4:44
4
Turn Me on Like a Tv
Jimmy Reed
2:57
5
Knocking on Your Door
Jimmy Reed
2:37
6
Just a Poor Country Boy
Jimmy Reed
2:04
7
Tribute to a Friend
Jimmy Reed
3:13
8
Crazy About Oklahoma
Jimmy Reed
2:37
9
When I Woke up This Morning
Jimmy Reed
2:26
10
I'm Leaving
Jimmy Reed
2:42
11
I Got to Keep Rolling
Jimmy Reed
2:20
12
My Baby Told Me
Jimmy Reed
3:24
Total Playing Time    35:04
Mathis James Reed was an American blues musician and songwriter. His particular style of electric blues was popular with blues as well as non-blues audiences.

Reed influenced other musicians, such as Elvis Presley, Hank Williams Jr., and the Rolling Stones, who recorded his songs. Music critic Cub Koda describes him as "perhaps the most influential bluesman of all" due to his easily accessible style.

The tracks on this disc are from Reed's last recording sessions, completed between 1966 and 1971.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Henry Stone Music USA Studio Masters

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