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James Cotton And His Big Band - Live From Chicago! FLAC album

Summary: James Cotton had some mighty big shoes to fill when he replaced Muddy Water's harmonica player, Little Walter, in 1954. By 1966, he was prepared to make it on his own and formed the James Cotton Blues Band, releasing his debut album for Verve the following year.

Arranged By – Michael Coleman (2), The James Cotton Band. Recorded live, February 1-3, 1986 at Biddy Mulligan's, Chicago, Illinois. Special thanks to Biddy Mulligan's, Andy Lakha, Mindy Giles, Pam Hall, Bill Wokersin, Hilton Weinberg, Jay Whitehouse and Sarah Jo Kolanda. Jacket Made in Canada.

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James Henry Cotton (July 1, 1935 – March 16, 2017) was an American blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, who performed and recorded with many of the great blues artists of his time and with his own band. He played drums early in his career but is famous for his harmonica playing. Cotton began his professional career playing the blues harp in Howlin' Wolf's band in the early 1950s. He made his first recordings in Memphis for Sun Records, under the direction of Sam Phillips

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Chicago Blues great James Cotton showing off his singing and harp playing with some fine production and backing. One person found this helpful. It is really a well arranged, straigh ahead blues with nearly a big band sound on some cuts. and Cotton's vocals never sounded so smooth. 4 people found this helpful.

Live From Chicago - Mr. Superharp Himself! 35th Anniversary Jam. High Energy. Live at Electric Lady. Cotton Mouth Man. Giant. Just To Be With You. 6:02. Here I Am (Knocking At Your Door). James Cotton Blues Band. Don't Start Me Talking.

He left the band in Cotton's hands. Cotton started working with the Muddy Waters Band in 1955. He performed songs like "I Got My Mojo Working" and "She's Nineteen Years Old". After leaving Muddy's band in 1966, Cotton toured with Janis Joplin  . The first one was for his 1984 release, Live From Chicago: Mr. Superharp Himself!. His second for Take Me Back. Cotton played with the following people: Big Mama Thornton.

Tracklist

A1 Here I Am
A2 Part Time Love
A3 Just To Be With You
A4 Hard Headed
B1 When It Rains It Pours
B2 Cross Your Heart
B3 Come Back, Baby
B4 Born In Chicago
B5 The Midnight Creeper

Notes

Recorded Live.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
AL 4746 James Cotton And His Big Band Live From Chicago - Mr. Superharp Himself! ‎(LP, Album) Alligator Records AL 4746 US 1986
ALCD 4746 James Cotton And His Big Band Live From Chicago - Mr. Superharp Himself! ‎(CD, Album) Alligator Records ALCD 4746 US 1986
ALC 4746 James Cotton And His Big Band Live From Chicago - Mr. Superharp Himself! ‎(Cass, Album) Alligator Records ALC 4746 US 1986
SNTF 959 James Cotton And His Big Band Live From Chicago - Mr. Superharp Himself! ‎(LP, Album) Sonet SNTF 959 UK 1986
ALCD 4746 James Cotton And His Big Band Live From Chicago - Mr. Superharp Himself! ‎(CD, Album) Alligator Records ALCD 4746 US 1986


James Cotton And His Big Band - Live From Chicago! FLAC album
Performer:
James Cotton And His Big Band
Title:
Live From Chicago!
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FLAC size:
1126 mb
MP3 size:
1237 mb
WMA size:
1486 mb
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Released:
Style:
Chicago Blues
Rating:
4.4
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