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Oh Baby You Dont Have To Go - The James Cotton Band - Live & On The Move (8-Track Cartridge)

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  1. Baby Don't You Tear My Clothes James Cotton Telarc Records CD [ ] Just can't love it. It isn't that it isn't world class Chicago blues harmonica, but that it's not as good as anything James Cotton did before throat cancer took his voice, because it doesn't have his powerful, downhome vocals and "Got to th'ow down right now" phrasing alongside the harmonica wizardry/5(6).
  2. Oh baby you don't have to go Oh baby you don't have to go You know I'm gonna pack up baby down the road I go Whoa baby what's gettin' wrong with you Whoa baby what's gettin' wrong with you You don't treat me nothin' girl like you used to do Well I gave you all of my money and let you go downtown You come back in the evenin' you call me all kind.
  3. Mar 16,  · James Cotton discography and songs: Music profile for James Cotton, born 1 July Genres: Chicago Blues, Blues, Electric Blues. Albums include The Sun Records Collection, Breakin' It Up, Breakin' It Down, and Deep in the Blues.
  4. Written-By – James Cotton: 2: Baby, Don't You Tear My Clothes Vocals – Bobby Rush Written-By – Lightnin' Hopkins: 3: When You Got A Good Friend Vocals, Piano – Marcia Ball Written-By – Robert Johnson: 4: Stealin', Stealin' Harmony Vocals, Tambourine – Chris Gaffney Vocals, Guitar – Dave Alvin Written-By – Shade.
  5. Many of Cotton’s friends are singing and playing with him honoring the 35 years since Cotton left Muddy’s band to front his own band. His latest CD, “Baby, Don’t You Tear My Clothes,” has given Cotton the chance to branch out and play not only blues, but also, country and bluegrass – .
  6. Jun 24,  · This disc highlights what he does best- fast paced and furious blues with plenty of harp solos and guitar solos by one of the masters- Matt "Guitar" Murphy. I own or have listened to just about every James Cotton disc that was recorded live (I am missing Live an Antones), and this is one of my favorites (behind Live at Electric Lady)/5(8).
  7. Blow Wind Blow (Live) Oh Baby You Don't Have to Go (Live) Bonnie Blue: Blues Is Good For You Wasn't My Time To Go (Featuring Keb Mo) Birds Nest On The Ground Young Bold Women Hard Sometimes (Featuring Delbert Mcclinton) Saint On Sunday Wrapped Around My Heart (Featuring Ruthie Foster) Ain't Doin' Too Bad.
  8. James Cotton Baby, Don't You Tear My Clothes Release Date: (05/25/04) Label: TELARC CD James Cotton's third solo release on Telarc, Baby, Don't You Tear My Clothes picks up where 35th Anniversary Jam of the James Cotton Blues Band left off.

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