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Great Album - His Best!!!

Don't let the so-so review above dissuade you. This is 1960s Chicago Blues at its best! John Littlejohn was a great singer and guitarist, and calls to mind both Elmore Jame and Muddy Waters with his fierce slide guitar playing and declamatory vocals. He also displays a very nice single string picking style on a number of tunes. Produced by Willie Dixon, there is really not a weak track on this recording. My favorites are Kiddeo, Slidin' Home, and Dream (the latter 2 songs featuring Littlejohn's best slide work). I wore out 2 copies of the vinyl album and have it on CD too, and it is one of my desert island disks. This is a classic by an underrated artist.

Biography

Born: April 16, 1931 in Lake, MS

Genre: Blues

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

John Littlejohn's stunning mastery of the slide guitar somehow never launched him into the major leagues of bluesdom. Only on a handful of occasions was the Chicago veteran's vicious bottleneck attack captured effectively on wax, but anyone who experienced one of his late-night sessions as a special musical guest on the Windy City circuit will never forget the crashing passion in his delivery. Delta-bred John Funchess first heard the blues just before he reached his teens at a fish fry where a friend...
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