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You're Gonna Need My Help 1953-1962 (Uk)
Artist: Jimmy Reed
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 11/11/2022
UPC: 604988325324

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DISC: 1

1. Shoot My Baby
2. You Upset My Mind
3. I Ain't Got You
4. Come on Baby
5. When You Left Me
6. Untitled Instrumental
7. It's You Baby
8. Do the Thing
9. State Street Boogie
10. My Bitter Seed
11. The Moon Is Rising
12. I Wanna Be Loved
13. You'n That Sack
14. I'm Nervous
15. Going By the River (Part 1)
16. Blue, Blue Water
17. Please Don't
18. You're Gonna Need My Help
19. Hold Me Close
20. Come Love
21. Meet Me
22. I've Got the Blues
23. Sugar, Sugar
24. Got Me Chasing You
25. I Was So Wrong
26. Aw Shucks, Hush Your Mouth
27. Down in Mississippi
28. Jimmy's Rock

More Info:

With his simple, accessible sound and signature laid-back style, JIMMY REED was just about the most commercially successful Blues artist in the USA during the 50s and 60s. He was also a hugely influential figure on the emerging European and American Blues Boom of the early 60s, notably the Rolling Stones. The companion to an earlier Jasmine release (Ain't That Loving You Baby, Singles, As & Bs, 1953-61, JASMCD3034/5), this unique set is largely drawn from Reed's Vee Jay LP's, Rockin' With Reed, Found Love, Now Appearing, Jimmy Reed At Carnegie Hall and Blues Is My Business. A number of these sides were unissued at the time they were recorded, and later turned up on Charly compilations. Although there are no actual hits herein, this is all classic, vintage Jimmy Reed repertoire and many of these sides would have made it, had they been issued as singles.