Hoodoo Man Blues - Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band

Hoodoo Man Blues

Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2004-01-01
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14
  • ℗ 1991 Delmark Records

Hoodoo Man Blues ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
1
Snatch It Back and Hold It Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 2:54
2
Ships On the Ocean Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 4:09
3
Good Morning Schoolgirl Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 3:56
4
Hound Dog Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 2:10
5
In the Wee Hours Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 3:45
6
Hey Lawdy Mama Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 3:13
7
Hoodoo Man Blues Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 2:06
8
Early In the Morning Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 4:48
9
We're Ready Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 3:42
10
You Don't Love Me Baby Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 2:25
11
Chitlin Con Carne Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 2:14
12
Yonder Wall Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 4:09
13
Hoodoo Man Blues (Alternate Ta Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 2:53
14
Chitlin Con Carne (Alternate T Junior Wells' Chicago Blues Band 3:10

Reviews

  • Start Here

    5
    By Vermont Ferret
    The greatest blues album ever. I'm not alone in saying this - I know a lot of musicians who play this album in their cars exclusively. When the Grateful Dead first started performing, their entire set was every song on the "Hoodoo Man Blues" album - it was the only collection of songs every band member knew how to play.
  • Classic Must-Have Album

    5
    By Duuuane
    I like blues harmonica. Check. I like blues guitar. Check. I like great traditional blues songs. Check. Folks-get this album!
  • Desert Island Disc for sure!

    5
    By Scrappy
    Best electric blues album out there!
  • SoSo

    3
    By Willy Loughran
    Not his best.
  • Totally Sweet

    5
    By A Foul Odor
    One of the best things ever recorded.
  • A MUST HAVE CD!!!!!!!

    5
    By Patriotchamp
    Junior wells is at his best!!!!
  • Near perfection

    5
    By crazylawnmowerguy
    This album is blues from start to finish. Great production quality, and the talented stylings of true legends. It does not matter what style of blues you like, if you like blues this album should be in your collection.
  • A great electric blues album.

    5
    By jwgh
    Buddy Guy and Junior Wells are at the top of their form here. (Yet it's not as removed from early Chicago blues as it seems at first -- Willie Dixon plays upright bass on some tracks.) Great singing, great singing, generally great songs, even if 'Good Morning Little Schoolgirl' is a pretty creepy concept for a song.
  • HOODOO MAN BLUES

    4
    By 4steelman3
    doesn't get any better.love to jr.wells on the HARP.one other set with the two jrs.&buddy my be a little more bluesy.luv I-TUNES.
  • The greatest Chicago Blues album ever made

    5
    By leftcoaster46
    This is it. If you love Chicago Blues, then this is the one. It's Junior Welles at the height of his power. This is to blues what Kind of Blue is to jazz...the pinnacle. Junior's voice is like velvet and Buddy Guy playing behind him is stripped to the essence. Not a wasted note. It jumps jumps off the CD. This is greatness.