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In the summer of 1977 in Chicago's PS Studios, legendary blues musician and producer Ralph Bass held a number of now mythical sessions that would feature some of the biggest names and best acts blues music had to offer from around the globe. Up first were sets from men that need no introduction. Backed by an incredible roster of equally skilled musicians including Sunnyland Slim on piano, Fred Below on drums and Willie Black on bass, bluesmen Lacy Gibson and Joe Carter step forward to serve up their best on tracks including 'Easy Woman', 'Sweet Home Chicago' and 'Stormy Monday'.
In the summer of 1977 in Chicago's PS Studios, legendary blues musician and producer Ralph Bass held a number of now mythical sessions that would feature some of the biggest names and best acts blues music had to offer from around the globe. Up first were sets from men that need no introduction. Backed by an incredible roster of equally skilled musicians including Sunnyland Slim on piano, Fred Below on drums and Willie Black on bass, bluesmen Lacy Gibson and Joe Carter step forward to serve up their best on tracks including 'Easy Woman', 'Sweet Home Chicago' and 'Stormy Monday'.
730167342742

Details

Format: CD
Label: GOOD TIME
Rel. Date: 11/17/2023
UPC: 730167342742

Didn't Give A Damn If Whites Bought It Vol. 1
Artist: Lacy Gibson / Carter,Joe
Format: CD
New: Available $15.76
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Lacy Gibson - You'd Better Be Sure
2. Lacy Gibson - Easy Woman
3. Lacy Gibson - Whop That Thang Around Me
4. Lacy Gibson - Black Jack
5. Lacy Gibson - C.B. Blues
6. Joe Carter - I'm Worried
7. Joe Carter - Anna Lou Blues
8. Joe Carter - Sweet Home Chicago
9. Joe Carter - Joe's Boogie
10. Joe Carter - Stormy Monday

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In the summer of 1977 in Chicago's PS Studios, legendary blues musician and producer Ralph Bass held a number of now mythical sessions that would feature some of the biggest names and best acts blues music had to offer from around the globe. Up first were sets from men that need no introduction. Backed by an incredible roster of equally skilled musicians including Sunnyland Slim on piano, Fred Below on drums and Willie Black on bass, bluesmen Lacy Gibson and Joe Carter step forward to serve up their best on tracks including 'Easy Woman', 'Sweet Home Chicago' and 'Stormy Monday'.
        
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