Performer: Lurrie Bell Title: Blues Had a Baby Style: Modern Electric Blues,Modern Electric Chicago Blues,Regional Blues Duration: 01:05:58 Location: Riverside Studio, Chicago, IL Relesed: November 23, 1999 Recording date: April 20, 1995 - November 22, 1997 Rating: 4.2 Votes: 176 Other formats: MP1 AHX VQF AIFF MP2 AUD
This album brings together tracks from three different sessions, the bulk being held in 1997.
Lurrie Bell (born Lurrie C. Bell, December 13, 1958, Chicago, Illinois, United States) is an American blues guitarist and singer. His father was renowned blues harmonica player Carey Bell. Bell started playing guitar at the age of six, and in his teens he polished his skills playing with the legends of Chicago blues scene including Eddy Clearwater, Big Walter Horton and Eddie Taylor.
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Lurrie Bell - Mean Black Spider 04:37. Lurrie Bell - Blues Had A Baby 04:30. Lurrie Bell - Lurrie's Walk 06:30. Lurrie Bell - Mean Old Frisco 03:26. Lurrie Bell - If I Had A Hammer 06:39. Lurrie Bell - Mary Had A Little Lamb 03:18. Lurrie Bell - Rollin' & Tumblin' 04:41.
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This album consists entirely of reworked blues and R&B covers, each one drawn out by lengthy, tag-team soloing - sometimes derivative, but more often wildly inspired and unpredictable. Bell, in particular, goes for broke on almost every note, from his manic vocal inflections to the smallest guitar fill
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You're the One
J.A. Lane / James A. Lane / Jimmy Rogers
Mean Black Spider
Blues Had a Baby
Brownie McGhee / McKinley Morganfield / Arthur Scott
Mean Old Frisco
Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup / Traditional
Five Long Years
Who Do You Love?
Ellas McDaniel / Arthur Scott
Raised on the Blues
Lurrie Bell / Arthur Scott
I'm Your 44
If I Had a Hammer
Lee Hays / Pete Seeger
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Rollin' and Tumblin'
Morgan Robinson / Traditional
Lurrie Bell - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals Eddie Boyd - Composer Joe Campagna - Guitar (Rhythm) Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup - Composer Scott Dirks - Liner Notes, Producer Susan Greenberg - Photography Buddy Guy - Composer Lee Hays - Composer Kate Hoddinott - Artwork Robert G. Koester - Producer, Supervisor J.A. Lane - Composer James A. Lane - Composer Ellas McDaniel - Composer Brownie McGhee - Composer McKinley Morganfield - Composer Joe Moss - Guitar (Rhythm) Morgan Robinson - Composer Jimmy Rogers - Composer Arthur Scott - Composer, Harmonica Pete Seeger - Composer Paul Serrano - Engineer Mack Simmons - Composer Kenny Smith - Drums Otis Smokey Smothers - Composer Harlan Terson - Bass Traditional - Composer