Jimmy Rogers - Sloppy Drunk (1974) {1993, Reissue}

Jimmy Rogers - Sloppy Drunk (1974) {1993, Reissue}

Jimmy Rogers - Sloppy Drunk (1974) {1993, Reissue}
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) + Cue + m3u + Log ~ 337 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 170 Mb
Full Scans | RAR 5% Recovery
Chicago Blues | Evidence #ECD 26036-2


Blues legend Jimmy Rogers had not worked steadily prior to cutting these early '70s tracks since 1960. His return on this session's 16 tracks, originally recorded for Black and Blue and now reissued on CD by Evidence, was not a heralded one because there was not much mainstream attention paid to blues at the time. But Rogers' voice was in above-average shape; his sound, range, and tone were anguished and expressed with vigor and clarity. While Willie Mabon's tinkling piano chords and figures moved in and out of loping arrangements, Rogers played easy, penetrating fills, never trying for spectacular effects but nicely punctuating his leads.

Guitarist Jimmy Rogers was the last living connection to the groundbreaking first Chicago band of Muddy Waters (informally dubbed "the Headhunters" for their penchant of dropping by other musicians' gigs and "cutting their heads" with a superior on-stage performance). Instead of basking in world-wide veneration, he was merely a well-respected Chicago elder boasting a seminal '50s Chess Records catalog, both behind Waters and on his own.




Track List:

01. Sloppy Drunk [3:25]
02. I Can't Sleep For Worrying [3:56]
03. Mistreated Baby [3:44]
04. Slick Chick [2:03]
05. Pretty Baby [3:38]
06. Left Me With A Broken Heart [3:33]
07. I Lost The Good Woman [5:03]
08. You're So Sweet [3:12]
09. The Last Time [3:53]
10. Shelby County [3:03]
11. Tricky Woman [3:34]
12. Sloppy Drunk - Version 2 [5:42]
13. Gold Tailed Bird [3:48]
14. Walkin' By Myself [2:56]
15. That's Alright [3:36]
16. Ludella [3:21]

Personnel:
Bass Guitar - Dave Myers
Drums - Fred Below
Guitar - Louis Myers
Guitar, Vocals, Written-By - Jimmy Rogers
Piano - Willie Mabon

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