South Side Blues Jam [VINYL]
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(1969) Delmark JUNIOR WELLS - hca/vcl, BUDDY GUY & LOUIS MYERS - gtrs, OTIS SPANN - pno, E.JOHNSON - bass, FRED BELOW - drums.
Stop Breaking Down
I Could Have Had Religion
I Just Want To Make Love To You
Baby, Please Send Me Your Love
You Say You Love Me
Blues For Mayor Daley
I Wish I Knew What I Know Now
Trouble Don't Last Always
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This album was recorded in 1969 and 1970 with an all-star lineup; The subtle, but effective Fred Below on drums, Junior Wells on harmonica and vocals, Buddy Guy on guitar and vocals, and the great, incomparable Otis Spann on piano.
There may be better Junior Wells albums such as "C'mon in the House, "Better off with the Blues", and "Hoodoo Blues".
There may be better Junior Wells and Buddy Guy albums such as the phenomenal "Alone and Acoustic" and "Live at Montreux".
This album stands tall against any of the above. The game changer for "Southside Blues Jam" was the inclusion of the great Otis Spann on piano. His solo play and his interplay with Buddy Guy's guitar and Junior's blues harp was phenomenal. Otis Spann is arguably the best Chicago blues pianist ever and this album goes a long way in validating that argument.
Two songs that the reviewer believes demonstrate the tremendous chemistry between Spann, Wells, and Guy are "Baby, Please Send Me Your Love" and Buddy Guy's "Trouble Don't Last Always", both are five star songs in my opinion due to the incredible piano work of Spann and interplay with Junior's voice and harp and Buddy's lead guitar.
Two thumbs up on this album.
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