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  1. Explore releases from Homesick James and his Chicago Blues Band at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Homesick James and his Chicago Blues Band at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Homesick James - Blues On The South Side at Discogs. Complete your Homesick James collection/5(33).
  3. Sep 29,  · Soon after Elmore James’ death, Homesick recorded his first album for Prestige, Blues on the South Side (). The spread of blues enthusiasm throughout Europe in the ’s provided Homesick with numerous bookings, and he made at least five visits during the decade, often working in a duet with Snooky Pryor.
  4. Homesick James and his Chicago Blues Band ‎– Bottleneck Guitar Blues Written by bluesever Wednesday, 02 November - James during the s. Homesick's own output included crashing 45s for Colt and USA in , a fine album for Prestige, and four tracks on a Vanguard anthology in
  5. Oct 03,  · Homesick James - Set A Date (erroneously listed as "Set A Day" on back cover and labels) rec. July in Chicago, IL; Homesick James, voc, g; prob. (accord.
  6. Jul 27,  · Born In Chicago is the opening track on The Paul Butterfield Blues Band’s superb self-titled debut, which helped instigate the late 60s blues boom. An earlier version of Born In Chicago had appeared on the Elektra sampler Folk Song 65 and within a month it sold 60, copies because of the song’s inclusion.
  7. Official Records presents "Homesick James: Chicago Slide Guitar Legend," featuring 26 rockin' blues masters from Chance, Colt, USA, Bluesville, etc. Original ss recordings. TRACKS: 1. JOHNNY MAE TAKE 2 2. LONESOME OLD TRAIN TAKE 1 3. LONESOME OLD TRAIN TAKE 2 4. FARMER'S BLUES 5. WHISKEY HEADED WOMAN 6. WILLIAMSON'S BOOGIE /5(1).
  8. The album tapped into Moore’s blues roots and contained two ace covers: Chicago bluesman Jimmy Rogers’ “Walking By Myself” and Johnny “Guitar” Watson’s “Too Tired,” featuring a.

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