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1. Too Many Cooks
2. That's What I'll Do
3. Nice As a Fool Can Be
4. Got to Make a Comeback
5. Phone Booth
6. Change of Heart, Change of Mind
7. I've Supped Her Mind
8. I Guess I Showed Her
9. Smoking Gun
10. Right Next Door (Because of Me)
11. Foul Play
12. More Than I Can Stand
13. Nothin' But a Woman
14. Night Patrol
15. Don't Be Afraid of the Dark
16. Acting This Way
17. Don't You Even Care
18. The Forecast (Calls for Pain)
19. Bouncin' Back
20. Consequences
21. Just a Loser
22. I Was Warned
23. The Price I Pay
24. Some Pain, Some Shame
25. 1040 Blues
26. Moan
27. I Can't Quit
28. Do That for Me
29. 24-7 Man (Rock Mix)
30. Pardon
31. Love Sickness
32. Baby's Arms
33. Times Makes Two
34. Poor Johnny
35. Trouble and Pain
36. Great Big Old House
37. A Memo
38. You Move Me
39. Fine Yesterday
40. Nobody's Fault But Me
41. The Same Love That Make Me Laugh
42. I Don't Care
43. She's Into Something (Collins, Cray ; Copeland)
44. Brown Eyed Handsome Man (Live) (With Chuck Berry)
45. 634-5789 (Live) (With Tina Turner)
46. Baby Lee (With John Lee Hooker)
47. Mr. Lucky (With Johhn Lee Hooker)
48. Playin' with My Friends (With B.B. King)
49. Rumors (With the Memphis Horns)
50. Love Struck Baby (Live)
51. Give Me One Reason (With Joe Bonamassa)
52. Crossroads (Live) (With Eric Clapton)
53. Phone Booth (Live)
54. Back at the Chicken Shack (Live)

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In the early eighties Robert Cray was the biggest revelation in the blues since B.B. King, reaching an old and young generation with his debut album 'Who's' Been Talkin'" and his live performances in the States and Europe. In 1985 he released the album 'Showdown!' with two of his hero's: Albert Collins and Johnny Copeland. Robert Cray's compositions delivered intriguing stories about sex and infidelity with disciplined singing, songwriting, and a version of blues and soul that doesn't come from any one region, building an idiom for songs that tell with conversational directness the stories of ordinary folks. 'Collected' is a 40 years career spanning overview starting in 1980 with a grand finale with guests such as B.B. King, John Lee Hooker, Tina Turner, Eric Clapton & Joe Bonamassa.