John Collins: Live at the Fargo Town House (Digital Download)

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John Collins: Live at the Fargo Town House (Digital Download)

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Remember going to the hotel bar to hear live music? If you ever saw John perform in such a setting, this album will immediately take you back. This live set was recorded straight from John's PA system in 1988 or 1989 by a bartender who wanted a recording of some classic blues covers. This incredible performance shows John playing what he loved most: gritty and playful blues songs, accompanied by his soulful voice, skillful guitar playing and honking harmonica work.

This recording was given to me by the bartender, and I am thrilled to finally make it available for you to listen to and enjoy!

File format: MP3, 192 kbps VBR, 44.1 kHz. (If you prefer 320 kbps send me a note through Contact.)

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The song "Hoochie Coochie Man" was written by Willie Dixon and appears on John Collins' upcoming release, Live at the Fargo Town House. The recording, made by a bartender in 1988 or 1989, was recently discovered and has been remastered and made available for the first time.

Tracks:

  1. Hoochie Coochie Man (Willie Dixon)
  2. Statesboro Blues (Blind Willie McTell)
  3. Cocaine Blues (Rev. Gary Davis) *
  4. Crossroads (Robert Johnson)
  5. You Shook Me (Willie Dixon/J.B. Lenoir) *
  6. King Bee (Slim Harpo) *
  7. After the Gold Rush (Neil Young)
  8. Tell Me Why (Neil Young)

* These songs contain language often associated with bluesmen and smokey bars.