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This brilliant effort by Carey Bell and his son Lurrie Bell, both of whom are blues legends, almost did not take place. Carey suffered a minor stroke and broke his hip, spending four months in the hospital. Three days after he left the hospital, he was on his way to Chicago to perform at a concert with Lurrie. Although still in a wheelchair, Carey is heard throughout at the peak of his powers, taking powerful and inventive harmonica solos along with most of the vocals. Lurrie's guitar work is excellent and he sings on "Baby Please Don't Go." There are two live sessions with a rhythm section, three numbers that were recorded at Lurrie's home as intimate duets between father ...
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All Music Guide - Scott Yanow
This brilliant effort by Carey Bell and his son Lurrie Bell, both of whom are blues legends, almost did not take place. Carey suffered a minor stroke and broke his hip, spending four months in the hospital. Three days after he left the hospital, he was on his way to Chicago to perform at a concert with Lurrie. Although still in a wheelchair, Carey is heard throughout at the peak of his powers, taking powerful and inventive harmonica solos along with most of the vocals. Lurrie's guitar work is excellent and he sings on "Baby Please Don't Go." There are two live sessions with a rhythm section, three numbers that were recorded at Lurrie's home as intimate duets between father and son, and a solo "Stand by Me" by Lurrie Bell for his wife. This is a classic and memorable program that is highly recommended to fans of Chicago blues and Carey and Lurrie Bell. [A DVD of this set is also available.]
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/17/2007
  • Label: Delmark
  • UPC: 038153079123
  • Catalog Number: 791

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 What My Mama Told Me (5:52)
  2. 2 Gettin' Up (7:27)
  3. 3 Baby Please Don't Go (3:44)
  4. 4 Bell's Back (4:13)
  5. 5 One Day (5:59)
  6. 6 Leaving in the Morning (3:06)
  7. 7 Last Night (8:01)
  8. 8 Low Down Dirty Shame (5:23)
  9. 9 Broke and Hungry (6:54)
  10. 10 When I Get Drunk (4:53)
  11. 11 Short Dress Woman (5:17)
  12. 12 Stand by Me (2:39)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Carey Bell Primary Artist, Harmonica, Vocals
Lurrie Bell Guitar, Vocals
Bob Stroger Bass
Kenny Smith & The Loveliters Drums
Joe Thomas Bass
Scott Cable Guitar
Technical Credits
Joe Williams Composer
Robert G. Koester Producer
Bill Dahl Liner Notes
Dave Katzman Engineer, Mastering
Amos Blakemore Composer
Traditional Composer
Steve Wagner Producer, Engineer, Mastering
Eric Butkus Engineer, Mastering
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    A modern live blues classic

    There is nothing particularly groundbreaking here and that's what's so good. Carey Bell was an amazing mouth harp player, and Lurrie remains one of the greatest guitarists the blues has ever produced. The musical abilities of both father and son are genre-defining, creative, and a pleasure to listen to. These performances are creative, raw, full of emotion and zeal, and energetic. Carey even debuted a new song, "Gettin' Up", just for the show. He wrote it the night before and it took its rightful place among a legendary catalog of songs. This album belongs in the collection of every blues fan, new and old alike.

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