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Super Duper Blues (1969) - Various Artists


    Featuring »

Duster (Tony/Anthony) Bennett, Dave Bidwell, Eddie (Edward Riley) Boyd, Bob Brunning, Chicken Shack, Champion Jack (William Thomas) Dupree, Mick Fleetwood, Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green, Curtis Jones, Christine McVie, John McVie, Johnny Shines, Gordon Smith, Jeremy Spencer, Sunnyland Slim (Al Luandrew), Andy Sylvester/Silvester, Stan Webb

    Tracklisting »
Side One:
Rollin' Man Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968-04-00, Running Time: 2:52
  Comments: Recorded at CBS Studio, New Bond Street, London.
Jumping At ShadowsLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968, Running Time: 3:26
  Comments: Recorded at CBS Studio, New Bond Street, London, mid 1968.
What You Did Last Night
  Date Performance: 1968-02-06, Running Time: 4:41
  Comments: Recorded at CBS Studio, New Bond Street, London.
The Blues Is Here To Stay
  Date Performance: 1968-01-25, Running Time: 2:03
  Comments: Recorded at CBS Studio, New Bond Street, London.
Divin' Duck BluesLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968-08-00, Running Time: 3:28
  Comments: Billed as "Diving Duck Blues". Writing credit incorrectly attributed to "(Mississippi Fred) MdDowell".
A Racehorse Called Mae
  Running Time: 2:43
  Comments: by Champion Jack Dupree
Side Two:
Pipeline Blues
  Date Performance: 1968, Running Time: 2:58
  Comments: by Johnny Shines
Long Grey Mare Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1967, Running Time: 2:12
  Comments: Recorded at CBS Studio, New Bond Street, London.
Stella Mae
  Running Time: 3:41
  Comments: by Sunnyland Slim
I Wanna See My BabyLyrics available
  Date Performance: 1968-10-22, Running Time: 3:53
  Comments: Intro: 0:25 Track: 3:28 Recorded at CBS Studio, New Bond Street, London.
Gee Pretty Baby
  Date Performance: 1968, Running Time: 4:10
  Comments: by Curtis Jones
Shake Your Moneymaker Listen.Lyrics available
  Date Performance: 1967-12-11, Running Time: 2:52
  Comments: Recorded at CBS Studio, New Bond Street, London.
    Guest Appearances »

John(ny) Almond, Bud(dy) Beadle, Mick Fleetwood, Mick Fleetwood, Peter Green, Peter Green, Steve/Stephen Gregory, Roderick Lee, John McVie, Christine McVie, John McVie

    Released »

1969

    Format »

Import Vinyl/CD Album

    Other Appearances »
Duster (Tony/Anthony) Bennett (Songwriter), Eddie (Edward Riley) Boyd (Songwriter), Clifford (G.) Davis (Adams) (Songwriter), Champion Jack (William Thomas) Dupree (Songwriter), Sleepy John Estes (Adams) (Songwriter), Peter Green (Songwriter), Peter Green (Songwriter), Elmore James (Songwriter), Curtis Jones (Songwriter), Johnny Shines (Songwriter), Sunnyland Slim (Al Luandrew) (Songwriter), T-Bone (Aaron Thibeaux) Walker (Songwriter), Stan Webb (Songwriter), Stan Webb (Songwriter), Mike Vernon (Produced By), Mike Ross(-Trevor) (Engineered By), Mike FitzHenry (Recording Engineer), Mike Ross(-Trevor) (Recording Engineer), Duster (Tony/Anthony) Bennett (Production), Blue Horizon (Records) (Production), Richard Vernon (Co-Ordinated By)

    Record Label »
Blue Horizon

    Catalogue Number »

PR 31

    Running Time »

39:29

    Reviews »
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Still Got It!
Review written by Rob, February 27th, 2010

Yup, an excellent album. My favourite track is Christine Perfect (as was) doing I Wanna See My Baby, the perfect voice and piano style for a steady rolling blues number. If I hadn't converted this album into mp3 format I'd have worn it out by now!

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Man oh man
Review written by Rob Debear, February 19th, 2010

I was given this album when i was 12 and NEVER forgot it. A superb introduction to the blues. Would love to have it now.

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super duper blues
Review written by Anonymous, March 1st, 2009

I've had this album since it came out in 1969, I still play it regularly it's great, a good mix and brilliant value, it cost just 10 shillings then (50 pence) for youngsters and the best 50p I ever spent

    Comments »

"Rollin' Man" is by Fleetwood Mac
"Jumping At Shadows" is by Duster Bennett
"What You Did Last Night" is by Chicken Shack (with Christine McVie)
"The Blues Is Here To Stay" is by Eddie Boyd (with guests: Peter Green, Mick Fleetwood & John McVie)
"Diving Duck Blues" is by Gordon Smith (with guest: Peter Green)
"Long Grey Mare" is by Fleetwood Mac
"I Wanna See My Baby" is by Chicken Shack (with Christine McVie)
"Shake Your Moneymaker" is by Fleetwood Mac

    Last Modified »
2012-08-16
    Tracklisting »
Discography entry submitted by Mark Trauernicht & Marty Adelson.