V/A feat. 20 Miles – Not The Same Old Blues Crap [Promo] (CD, US)

1997 Fat Possum / Epitaph 80311-2
01. T-Model Ford – I’m Insane
02. Junior Kimbrough – Meet Me In The City
03. 20 Miles – Come Right In
04. R.L. Burnside – Snake Drive
05. Neckbones – Crack Whore Blues
06. Junior Kimbrough – Lonesome Road
07. Jelly Roll Kings – Have Mercy Baby
08. R.L. Burnside – Shake ’em On Down
09. Elmore Williams – Been Here And Gone
10. Robert Cage – Little Eddie Blues
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NOTES:
US promotional edition of Not The Same Old Blues Crap in standard jewel case includes Come Right In by 20 Miles taken from the album Twenty Miles & RL Boyce, Othar Turner and Drum Spam. This version misses off track 11 (Hasil Adkins) and has Shake ’em On Down by R.L. Burnside rather than ‘If I Can’t Come In’.

Meet Me In The City by Junior Kimbrough was covered by the Blues Explosion (featuring Elliott Smith) for the tribute album Sunday Nights: The Songs of Junior Kimbrough and was also released as a B-Side to the 7″ only single Hot Gossip.

The compilation also features R.L. Burnside who has toured and recorded with the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion for the albums A Ass Pocket of Whiskey and Mr Wizard.

SONG CREDITS:
01. T-Model Ford – I’m Insane
Produced: Matthew Johnson and Bruce Watson
From: ‘PeeWee Get My Gun’

02. Junior Kimbrough – Meet Me In The City
Produced: Matthew Johnson and Bruce Watson
From: ‘PeeWee Get My Gun’

03. 20 Miles – Come Right In
Produced: Jim Waters
From: 20 Miles

04. R.L. Burnside – Snake Drive
Produced: Matthew Johnson and Bruce Watson
From: Mr Wizard

05. Neckbones – Crack Whore Blues
Produced: Bruce Watson
From: Souls On Fire

06. Junior Kimbrough – Lonesome Road
Produced: Robbie Norris and John Hermann
From: Most Things Haven’t Worked Out

07. Jelly Roll Kings – Have Mercy Baby
Produced: Robert Palmer
From: Off Yonder Wall

08. R.L. Burnside – Shake ’em On Down

09. Elmore Williams – Been Here And Gone
Produced: Matthew Johnson and Bruce Watson
From: Takes One to Know One

10. Robert Cage – Little Eddie Blues
Produced: Matthew Johnson and Bruce Watson
From: Robert Cage Can See What You’re Doing

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