Thursday, August 4, 2022

Homesick James - Ain't Sick No More (repost)


13 Highway 3:06

12 Year Old Boy 3:24

Buddy Brown 3:53

Fayette County Blues 2:40

Little Girl 3:09

In Love 2:49

My Baby's Gone 2:55

Little And Low 3:01

I Need Love (Money Getter) 3:14

I Ain't Doin' No Good 3:22

Sugar Mama 4:02

Woman I Love 3:29



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Anonymous said...

I've not heard much by him, but I really like the few tunes I know. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Greetings Xyros

How is it that you always manage to come up with LP's that are among those i've lost or been forced to sell.

Much appreciated to renew my acquaintance with old favourites such as this.


Xyros said...

Some of my old 60's lp's got lost while moving and that still haunts me at night sometimes.
Since then I personally pack, carry and ruin my back carting the lp's around ... anyway glad you found this old lp again.

Anonymous said...

Have you the Bluesway album by Lee Jackson?

If yes, please post it

Thanks in advance.


Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for sharing all this fine records!!!

Anonymous said...

My first album by Homesick James.

Never publish on CD. It's one of my favorite disk!

What about Bear Sessions with Snooky Prior ? Can not find it here.

Nick Fiction said...

thanks fan! still not half as good as Pale Creation, but tolerable.-ni fi

daba said...

Homesick James – Ain't Sick No More

Label: Bluesway – BLS-6071
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
Country: US
Released: 1973
Genre: Blues
Style: Electric Blues

A1 13 Highway 3:06
A2 12 Year Old Boy 3:24
A3 Buddy Brown 3:53
A4 Fayette County Blues 2:40
A5 Little Girl 3:09
A6 In Love 2:49
B1 My Baby's Gone 2:55
B2 Little And Low 3:01
B3 I Need Love (Money Getter) 3:14
B4 I Ain't Doin' No Good 3:22
B5 Sugar Mama 4:02
B6 Woman I Love 3:29

Bass – Dave Myers
Drums – Willie Smith
Engineer – Paul Sarano
Guitar – Eddie Taylor
Guitar, Liner Notes – Homesick James
Harmonica – Snooky Pryor
Photography By – Jerry Griffith
Written-By – J.A. Williamson

Recorded at P.S. Recording Studio-Chicago, Illinois.

Thanks to Xyros.