Tin House
CD - Black Cat 1051

”With the growth of the blues came the spread of the phenomenan known as the juke joint, a house or cafe where people gathered for music and dancing. In the juke joints younger blues singers learned from older ones, borrowed techniques here, a song there, and created new styles. Juke joints became the showcases for travelling bluesman who would later expand their reputations through recordings.”

The words above are taken at the Delta Blues Museum in Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA.
1 Betty Lee (Peter Kempe)
2 I'm Working On It (Peter Kempe)
3 Long, Long Dirty Trail (Peter Kempe)
4 Please Come Home (Peter Kempe)
5 Jealous Man (Corthen)
6 What In The World (Willie Dixon)
7 Polk Salad Annie (Tony Joe White)
8 Sneakin' Sally (Oudejans/Kempe)
9 Black Cat (Peter Kempe)
10 Movin' Up In Class (Nighthawks)
11 Blind Willie's Boogie (Izeboud)
12 Don't Mess With The Voodoo (Kempe/Kok)
13 Tin House Boogie (Peter Kempe)
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