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  • Audio CD (26 July 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Fat Possum
  • ASIN: B0001ENXYU
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 99,001 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Fat Possum talent scout/producer Matthew Johnson discovered this player only 11 mls away from his office. Since R.L. Burnside quit touring, Caldwell was supposed to fill the gap left by R.L. Plans were made for him to tour the world after the release of this album. But in September 2003, Caldwell died of cancer. His music will live on, though. This is electrifying Delta style blues in the best tradition, rough, raw, powerful, dark and scaring. A huge discovery, maybe a little too late ... CHARLES CALDWELL - gtr/voc, various drummers.Medium 1
  1. Hadn't I Been Good To You
  2. Old Buck
  3. I Know I Done You Wrong
  4. I Got Something To Tell You
  5. I'll Do Anything You Say
  6. Alone For A Long Time
  7. Movin' Out Movin' In
  8. Down The Road Of Love
  9. Same Man
  10. Goin' Through The Woods
  11. Remember Me

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Graham Stephenson on 23 Feb. 2007
Format: Audio CD
What a pity this man will not be doing another album of this quality. Fat Possum must have been thinking they had a successor to RL and Junior, but like a lot of their artists discovered in their later years a number have only made one album and then died (Asie Payton made enough material for two posthumous releases). The opening track is on one of the samplers and that got me interested-this is not as raw as T Model Ford but is every bit as good. Extremely nostalgic as this man was terminally as he made this album-the final track is 'Remember me'-a shame if more people don't buy this.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Hard-Hitting Hill Country from Mississippi 18 Mar. 2005
By Brett Lemke - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Flailing on an old Gibson 135 with the now-familiar hill country drone accompanying his trilling voice and thick Mississippi accent, this record personifies the one man electric hill stomp. "I bought that damn guitar when I was fourteen," he says in the liner notes. Charles Caldwell passed before seeing the release of this album. At almost 6' 7", he was a man with a thunderous frame and a heart of gold. While recovering from chemotherapy, he built and painted a shed for his lawn-mower because he was restless. Into the night, he would play his guitar to cope with the insomniac pain that the cancer was causing him. Before Matthew Johnson orchestrated this recording, He was well known as a guitar player in Coffeeville and the other towns adjacent to which he lived in Mississippi. The record features T-Model Ford's touring partner Spam on drums, and was finally released February 24, 2004. Charles Caldwell is survived by four daughters and fourteen grandchildren. Please check out the website at [...] All content copyright [...]
13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Beautifully Haunting Blues 16 July 2004
By N. Langston - Published on
Format: Audio CD
I saw this CD Heavilly advertised On Then I saw it in a local Music store and went for it. This is deffinately one of Fatpossums finest works. Charles caldwell's riff oriented guitar playing is deffinately raw but he doesn't hit any wrong or Buzzy notes, Plus his guitar gives off a big bassy sound that makes it raw yet pollished at the same time. Plus Caldwell possesses a very large and expressive voice that goes Beautifully with his guitar. Plus his songs are really really good. You can tell that they are bassed on traditional material, but he makes them so original that they are entirely his own. Some of the Highlights include his opener "haven't I been good to you?" the energetic "Old Buck" and his John Lee Hooker style stomp of "Walking through the woods". This CD easily makes a 5 star rating(if not better), and if you see it don't Hesitate to Buy it.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Great CD 7 May 2004
By F. W. Young - Published on
Format: Audio CD
It is a real shame that Caldwell was never recorded until the year before his death. There are a lot of undiscovered blues guys that Fat Possum has recorded, but a lot of them are interesting more as curiosities.
Not so Charles Caldwell. Like Robert Belfour, he arrives with a well rounded sound. Not just a shouter and slasher of the guitar, Caldwell can play, carry a tune and get across a number of emotions. A stand out album.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Fat possum best CD since Rl Burnside "Burnside on Burnside" 12 May 2004
By Rev KM Williams - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Charles Caldwell was a master Mississippi Country Bluesman. This Cd is the best Fat Possum CD I have heard(with all due respect to T-Model and Rober Belfour)since RL Burnside's "Burnside on Burnside". It's like listening to a modern cross of John Lee Hooker,Frankie Lee Sims & T-Model Ford.Original, but traditional at the same time(Real hard to do!). Mr. Caldwell died in 2003, leaving behind a wife , five daughters and many grandchildren. BUY THIS CD!! IT IS A CLASSIC OF MODERN COUNTRY BLUES!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
AMAZING 11 Aug. 2011
By BC Miller - Published on
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
"Remember Me" is THE best blues album I've come across in a good while.

CHARLES CALDWELL has an incredible style of playing that's solely his own; you can tell he learned all them licks by himself. (So if you're one of those "that country ain't blues, Clapton is what's blues" freaks, don't bother buying this. It ain't gonna be the "theoretical" 12-bar blues that you know from every other blues song.) This stuff is RAW.

And Caldwells voice: deep, heartfelt, resonating, tremelo-like vocals--purely haunting. . . . Lots of depth and magnitude.

If you dig that gritty drone sound of the Hill Country Blues, this'll be your new favorite album!

Hope you find what you're looking for! Right here! AND for DIRT CHEAP compared to it's value!!!
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