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The Ultimate Collection 1929-1957
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Album: The Ultimate Collection 1929-1957
# Song Title   Time
1)    Wichita Falls Blues
2)    Trinity River Blues
3)    T-Bone Blues
4)    Mean Old World
5)    I Got a Break Baby
6)    Sail on Boogie
7)    I'm Still in Love with You
8)    T-Bone Boogie
9)    Evenin'
10)    Mean Old World Blues
11)    You Don't Love Me Blues
12)    My Baby Left Me
13)    Come Back Baby Blues
14)    I Can't Stand Being Away from You
15)    She Is Going to Ruin Me
16)    Bobby Sox Blues
17)    I'm Gonna Find My Baby
18)    No Worry Blues
19)    Don't Leave Me Baby
20)    Don't Give Me the Runaround
21)    It's a Low Down Dirty Shame
22)    I'm in an Awful Mood
23)    Hard Pain Blues
24)    I Know Your Wig Has Gone
25)    Call It Stormy Monday Blues But Tuesday Is Just as Bad
1)    T-Bone Jumps Again
2)    She Had to Let Me Down
3)    Long Skirt Baby Blues
4)    Goodbye Blues
5)    Midnight Blues
6)    She's My Old Time Used to Be
7)    Too Much Trouble Blues
8)    Long Lost Lover Blues
9)    Dream Girl Blues
10)    Triflin' Woman Blues
11)    I'm Waiting for Your Call
12)    On Your Way Blues
13)    Hypin' Woman Blues
14)    So Blue Blues
15)    Lonesome Woman Blues
16)    That's Better for Me
17)    First Love Blues
18)    Natural Blues, The
19)    Inspiration Blues
20)    Description Blues
21)    T-Bone Shuffle
22)    Vacation Blues
23)    That Old Feeling Is Gone
24)    Prison Blues
25)    Time Seems So Long, The
26)    Home Town Blues
1)    Wise Man Blues
2)    Misfortune Blues
3)    I Wish You Were Mine
4)    I'm Gonna Move You Out and Get Somebody Else
5)    Plain Old Down Home Blues
6)    Go Back to the One You Love
7)    Born to Be No Good
8)    She's the No-Sleepinest Woman
9)    I Want a Little Girl
10)    West Side Baby
11)    I'm Still in Love with You
12)    You're My Best Poker Hand
13)    Glamour Girl
14)    Strollin' with Bones
15)    Sun Went Down, The
16)    You Don't Love Me
17)    Hustle Is On, The
18)    Baby Broke My Heart
19)    Travelin' Blues
20)    Evil Hearted Woman
21)    I Walked Away
22)    Too Lazy
23)    No Reason
24)    Look Me in the Eye
25)    You Don't Understand
26)    Welcome Baby
27)    Alimony Blues
1)    Life Is Too Short
2)    I Get So Weary
3)    You Just Wanted to Use Me
4)    Tell Me What's the Reason
5)    I'm About to Lose My Mind
6)    Cold Cold Feeling
7)    News for You Baby
8)    I Got the Blues Again
9)    Get These Blues Off Me
10)    I Got the Blues
11)    Blues Is a Woman
12)    Street Walking Woman
13)    Through with Woman
14)    Blue Mood
15)    Here in the Dark
16)    Every Time
17)    I Miss You Baby
18)    Lollie Lou
19)    Party Girl
20)    Love Is Just a Gamble
21)    High Society
22)    Got No Use for You
23)    Railroad Station Blues
24)    Long Distance Blues
25)    I'm Still in Love with You
26)    My Baby Is Now on My Mind
1)    Vida Lee
2)    Bye Bye Baby
3)    Doin' Time
4)    Pony Tail
5)    When the Sun Goes Down
6)    Wanderin' Heart
7)    I'll Always Be in Love with You
8)    Strugglin' Blues
9)    Teen Age Baby
10)    Hard Way
11)    I'll Understand
12)    Papa Ain't Salty
13)    T-Bone Shuffle
14)    Why Not?
15)    Play on Little Girl
16)    T-Bone Blues Special
17)    Mean Old World
18)    T-Bone Blues
19)    Stormy Monday
20)    Blues for Marili
21)    Shufflin' the Blues
22)    Evening
23)    Two Bones and a Pick
24)    How Long Blues
25)    Blues Rock
 
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Performer Notes
  • Liner Note Author: Paul Watts.
  • Recording information: Chicago, IL (1929-1957); Hollywood, CA (1929-1957); Los Angeles, CA (1929-1957); New Orleans, LA (1929-1957); New York, NY (1929-1957).
  • T-Bone Walker was a stunning guitarist who played the blues with a jazzman's soul, and while Walker wasn't a flashy singer, he got the job done with enough conviction that you can feel the country dust settling in behind his urbane delivery, and when he cut loose a little on guitar, the sparks flew with elegant tension. Walker was one of the first guitarists to amplify his instrument, which he did beginning in 1940, and he went on to have an influential place as a bandleader and as an in-demand session player. This generous five-disc, 129-track set collects essentially every track he recorded for the Columbia, Black & White, Comet, Capitol, Mercury, and Imperial record labels between 1929 and the end of the 1950s, and concludes with key tracks from his 1957 T-Bone Blues album from Atlantic Records. Included are several versions of his signature song, "Stormy Monday." ~ Steve Leggett
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