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Format: CD
Sku: 206855604
UPC: 788065880927
UPC 14: 00788065880927
Release Date: 3/18/2008
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Don't Get Mad ~ Elmore James, Jr.
2. Going Back Home - (Electric) ~ Elmore James, Jr.
3. Nora Mae ~ Elmore James, Jr.
4. Tore Down ~ Elmore James, Jr.
5. Oh Baby ~ Elmore James, Jr.
6. Daddy Gave Me the Blues ~ Elmore James, Jr.
7. Misfit, The (Got To Keep Movin') ~ Elmore James, Jr.
8. I'll Get You ~ Elmore James, Jr.
9. Cummins Prison Farm ~ Elmore James, Jr.
10. Electric Man ~ Elmore James, Jr.
11. Steppin' With Elmo ~ Elmore James, Jr.
12. See See Rider ~ Elmore James, Jr.
13. Mean Little Linda ~ Elmore James, Jr.
14. Going Back Home - (Acoustic) ~ Elmore James, Jr.

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel: Elmore James, Jr. (vocals, guitar); Elmore James, Jr.; Jeff Big Dad Turmes (guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, saxophone, bass guitar); Oakland Red, Rick Reed (guitar, bass guitar); Cadillac Zack (guitar); Ron Dziubla (saxophone); Steve F'dor (piano); Steve Mugalian (drums).
Muze PNote Liner Note Author: David Whiteis.
Muze PNote Recording information: Pacifica Studios, Culver City, CA (08/28/2007-08/30/2007).
Muze PNote Cut of the same cloth as his famous father, Elmore James, Jr. is a legitimate blues man in the best sense. He plays electric guitar and sings quite well, not with the intensity of his dad, but that shouldn't be expected. What he has become is a seasoned professional with the right attitude, consistently interpreting Chicago-style 12-bar blues without watering it down. In a world where contemporary pop and soul have invaded authentic blues, what James is laying down is definitely the real thing. It's also commendable that he borrows from a repertoire of well-known songs, while adding others that have a certain flair and originality, keeping the fire of his legendary father burning brightly on both ends. James has an excellent group, fired up by saxophonists Jeff Turmes and Ron Dzuibla, bassist Oakland Red, and second guitarist Rick Reed. "The Misfit," with a slight echo on the vocals, is representative of the ramblin' man persona Elmore Sr. portrayed -- like father like son for sure. Cutting loose on the slide guitar, James Jr. does Jimmy Reed's "Oh Baby" and Willie Dixon's "Going Back Home" proud, while the party time, crowd pleasing classic "See See Rider" is cooked by this band to perfection. "Tore Down," made famous by Freddie King, is adapted in a rock/funk vein with three guitars (including Turmes) ripping up this contemporary take on a chestnut. The less familiar tracks include the mojo workin', shuffle based title track, and the "Dust My Broom" sounding "Cummins Prison Farm," both biographical tales of hard life and traditions, the latter tune featuring the best slide work. "I'll Get You" is a slinky, nasty, bompity bomp blues, while "Electric Man" is the quintessential slow blues featuring the tempting lines "I'll plug into your socket, and charge you like no other can." Two Elmore James tunes are included; the good rockin' "Don't Get Mad," and the twangy instrumental "Steppin with Elmo," a "Fannie Mae" type jam. Followers of the blues should be pleased, but not all that surprised at how good James Jr. is, a chip off the old block, but definitely his own man. This recording is recommended without hesitation. ~ Michael G. Nastos

Engineer: Glenn Nishida; Glenn Nishida; Cadillac Zack

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 02/04/2008
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2008
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : JSPCD 8809
Music Label Name Label : JSP (UK)
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00788065880927

Professional Reviews

Living Blues (p.p.58)
- "With a warm and resonant, narrative-style voice somewhat reminiscent of Muddy Waters, Elmore Jr. delivers his lyrics with honest authority throughout."

Product Attributes

Product attributeArtist:   James,Elmore Jr.
Product attributeLabel:   Jsp Records
Product attributeMusic Format:   Compact Disc
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