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Memphis To Chicago 1952-1961 (Uk)
Artist: Matt Murphy Guitar
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 10/16/2020
UPC: 604988317824

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DISC: 1

1. You're My Angel
2. Bad Women Bad Whiskey
3. I Wronged A Woman
4. I Can't Forgive You
5. Drifting From Town To Town
6. Good Lovin'
7. Living The Life I Love
8. Wish Me Well
9. Little Piece Of Mind
10. Four Years Of Torment
11. Sassy Mae
12. Do Yourself A Favor
13. You Never Miss Your Water
14. Stroll On Little Girl
15. Steppin' Out
16. Slim's Blues
17. Lend Me Your Love
18. Sassy Mae
19. So Many Roads, So Many Trains
20. You Know My Love
21. I Can't Stop Baby
22. Driftin' Blues
23. Don't You Lie To Me
24. Worried Life Blues
25. Lonesome
26. I'll Just Keep On Singing The Blues
27. Lonesome Room Blues
28. Messin' With The Man

More Info:

The subject of this latest instalment of Jasmine's now established series of famed bluesmen in session presents the internationally famous and respected guitarist Matt 'Guitar' Murphy. Matt was internationally known because of his association with the actor /comedians, John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd aka The Blues Brothers. Features cuts from his early career as a sideman which saw him playing with such luminaries as: Junior Parker, Memphis Slim, Bobby Bland, Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry to name a few. Here then are 28 examples of Matt 'Guitar' Murphy in session between 1952 and 1961.