11 Songs, 41 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The follow-up to Hound Dog Taylor’s debut, 1974’s Natural Boogie is just as raw and rambunctious as its predecessor—maybe more so on backyard rave-ups “You Can’t Sit Down” and “Buster’s Boogie.” "Filthy" doesn’t even begin to describe Taylor’s slide work: His amplifier actually sounds busted, as if somebody kicked a hole in the speaker, and that only intensifies the bluesman’s expressiveness. He and his HouseRockers make up a dynamic trio capable of covering the full spectrum of hootin’, hollerin’, whimperin’, and cryin’.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The follow-up to Hound Dog Taylor’s debut, 1974’s Natural Boogie is just as raw and rambunctious as its predecessor—maybe more so on backyard rave-ups “You Can’t Sit Down” and “Buster’s Boogie.” "Filthy" doesn’t even begin to describe Taylor’s slide work: His amplifier actually sounds busted, as if somebody kicked a hole in the speaker, and that only intensifies the bluesman’s expressiveness. He and his HouseRockers make up a dynamic trio capable of covering the full spectrum of hootin’, hollerin’, whimperin’, and cryin’.

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