V/A feat. 20 Miles – Not The Same Old Blues Crap (CD, EUROPE)


23 March 1998 Fat Possum / Epitaph Europe 0312-2
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 – If I Can’t Come In
09. Elmore Williams – Been Here And Gone
10. Robert Cage – Little Eddie Blues
11. Hasil Adkins – Your Memories
VIEW:
NOTES:
Mid-price sampler CD in DigiPak includes Come Right In by 20 Miles taken from the album Twenty Miles & RL Boyce, Othar Turner and Drum Spam.

Sleeve notes (scroll down for text in full) are printed in an almost unreadble green text on pink background.

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. Judah-Bauer.com has a free downloadable MP3 of 20 Miles covering the Burnside song Goin’ Down South (just ‘Right-Click’ and ‘Save Target As’ on the following address).

DOWNLOAD: http://www.judah-bauer.com/temp/going%20down%20south%20(live).mp3

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 – If I Can’t Come In
Produced Bob Corritore
Recorded live at Rhythm Room March 3rd 1994.
Track is previously unreleased

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

11. Hasil Adkins – Your Memories
Produced: Matthew Johnson and Bruce Watson
From: What The Hell Was I Thinking?

SLEEVE NOTES / INFORMATION:
“The last three years have been from hell. Every morning I had to force myself to get dressed and go to work. It would’ve been easier to have gone to Napa Auto Supply, buy a can of neon blue spray paint and paint my ass blue like those freaky baboons you see in National Geographic. I could have been alpha male up there on the courthouse steps, flashing my savage canine teeth at the women walking by. I restrained myself and somehow managed to move Fat Possum out of Capricorn and team up with Epitaph and Brett’s red Camaro.

Fat Possum, founded in 1992, began making records the way they are supposed to be made: Junior Kimbrough’s ‘All Night Long’ and RL Burnside’s ‘Too Bad Jim’. After a good start with Capricorn we witnessed bizarre events over the new three years and these experiences altered us: – everyone’s voice is louder, – and nobody looks as good as they did. The thing that matters, making records we like, hasn’t changed. We have two new albums that aren’t in our usual vein, by 20 miles and The Neckbones. So far both groups fit well; they share the same lusts and worship the same gods as the Burnsides and the Kimbroughs.. We still release top-of-the-shelf blues albums such as T-Model’s ‘Pee Wee get My Gun’, Junior’s ‘Most Things Haven’t Worked Out’ and RL’s Mr Wizard. We have three blues albums slated for ’98; ‘It Takes One To Know One’ by a new artist: Elmo Williams, one by Hasil Adkins called ‘What The Hell Was I Thinking’ and Robert Cage’s ‘Robert Cage Can See What You’re Doing’.

My Momma says it’s okay to generalize a little. First Fat Possum is not like any other blues label. Second, there are only two kinds of blues records that are made today: Fat Possum records, which don’t suck, and all the others.

– Matthew Johnson.”

TEXT:

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COVER TEXT: “Please buy me and take me home…
Cheap priced sampler including T-Model Ford, Junior Kimbrough and unreleased RL Burnside track.”

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BARCODE: 8 714092 031225

MATRIX: “LU00141 FATP 0312-2 IFPI L158 NIMBUS IFPIL158”

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