Eddie Kirkland - I'll Move You Baby: Bluesin In Detroit 1950-1961 | RECORD STORE DAY
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I'll Move You Baby: Bluesin In Detroit 1950-1961
Artist: Eddie Kirkland
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 03/18/2022
UPC: 604988318920

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DISC: 1

1. Mercy Blues
2. I'll Move You Baby
3. It's Time (For Lovin' to Be Done)
4. That's All Right
5. Please Don't Think I'm Nosey
6. No Shoes (Take 1)
7. No Shoes (Take 2)
8. I Mistreated a Woman (Take 1)
9. I Mistreated a Woman (Take 2)
10. Time for My Lovin' to Be Done
11. I Must Have Done Somebody Wrong
12. I Need You Baby
13. Train Done Gone
14. You Know I Love You
15. Blood on Your Hands
16. Love You Til the Day I Die
17. So Pretty Baby
18. I Tried
19. I Am So Tired
20. Back Bone
21. Streets Is Filled with Women
22. Whistle Done Blown
23. High Priced Woman
24. I Got Eyes for You
25. Lookin' for a Woman
26. Jump Me (One More Time)
27. Wobbling Baby
28. I Came to See You Baby

More Info:

One of The Blues' finest ever sidemen/accompanists, guitarist Eddie Kirkland built a big reputation working with the mighty John Lee Hooker, both live and on record, between 1949 and 1962. Indeed, Eddie was just about the only guitarist who was able to keep up with the notoriously erratic Hooker. After retiring briefly in the late 60s, he was rediscovered in the mid-70s and continued to work regularly on the Blues/Rock circuit until his death, in 2011, at the age of eighty-eight. This compilation rounds up all of Eddie's solo recordings between 1950-61, plus a further eight sides recorded with John Lee Hooker between 1951-53, on which he makes strong, audible contributions. Many of his own early sides were unreleased at the time, and are difficult to find elsewhere in the digital format.