Pat Hare - I'm Gonna Murder My Baby-In Session 1952-1960 | RECORD STORE DAY
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I'm Gonna Murder My Baby-In Session 1952-1960
Artist: Pat Hare
Format: CD

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Label: JASMINE RECORDS
Rel. Date: 03/01/2024
UPC: 604988327823

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DISC: 1

1. Reward for My Baby
2. Love for Me Baby
3. Lucy Done Moved
4. Ain't No Use
5. We're All Loaded (Whiskey Made Me Drunk)
6. Baby No No!
7. Blue and Lonesome
8. Can't Understand
9. My Baby
10. Harmonica Jam
11. Wolf Call Boogie Alt Take
12. High
13. Hart's Bread Boogie
14. Cotton Crop Blues
15. Hold Me in Your Arms
16. I'm Gonna Murder My Baby
17. Bonus Pay (Ain't Gonna Be That Way)
18. I Wanna Ramble
19. Forty Days and Forty Nights
20. Don't Go No Further
21. Pretty Baby
22. Got My Mojo Working
23. Further Up the Road
24. Evil
25. I Won't Go on
26. Close to You
27. Hey, Hey
28. I Got My Brand on You Live

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In a brief career, terminated by his imprisonment in 1963 for double-murder, AUBURN "PAT" HARE was influential almost beyond measure. An incendiary guitarist, he had an instantly recognisable style, alternating heavy power chords with single-string, Bluesy runs, which perhaps anticipated the sounds that Jimi Hendrix would elicit from his Stratocaster, fifteen years hence. His playing on James Cotton's memorable 'Cotton Crop Blues' famously featured one of the first-ever recorded solos which demonstrated the potential of an over-amplified electric guitar. Built around Hare's infamous 'I'm Gonna Murder My Baby' (which, of course, he eventually did), this compilation features him playing on sessions for Walter Bradford, Rosco Gordon, Little Junior Parker, James Cotton, Billy "Red" Love, Bobby Bland, Muddy Waters, etc. After murdering "his baby" (and the cop who came to arrest him), Hare spent the last sixteen years of his life in jail, dying just before he was due to be paroled.