ELMORE JAMES: Blues After Hours (Vinyl LP)

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Compiling singles originally released on the Flair label (a subsidiary of the legendary Modern label, known for making a star out of B.B. King, among others), this 1960 LP was released only two years before the death of electric bluesman Elmore James.

One of the most important and influential slide guitarists and vocalists of the early electric blues era, James was born and raised in Richland, Mississippi before, like so many other blues legends, ending up in Chicago, performing in the legendary juke joints of the south side.

A truly electric performance from one of the finest blues men of the era.

Side A:

A1 Dust My Blues A2 Sunnyland A3 Mean And Evil A4 Dark And Dreary A5 Standing At The Crossroads

Side B:

B1 Happy Home B2 No Love In My Heart B3 Blues Before Sunrise B4 I Was A Fool B5 Goodbye Baby

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