Soul Of The Blues (2CD)


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Format: 2CD 
Label: Rhythm And Blues 
Year: 2020 

Media Condition: New 
Sleeve/Cover Condition: New 

TRACKS: 

Disc One: 

  1. Sally Lou
  2. Why Must I Wonder
  3. I'm Looking For A Woman
  4. Titanic
  5. Once Upon A Time, Long Ago
  6. Suggie Duggie Boogie Baby
  7. Up, Up, Up
  8. Blues Get Off My Shoulder
  9. You Got What It Takes
  10. Foolish Love
  11. Stop By My House
  12. Watch Your Step
  13. Steal Your Heart Away
  14. Night Stroll (Pt. 2)
  15. I Got The Blues So Bad
  16. It's Too Late Darling
  17. Get Right
  18. Gimme Some Lovin'
  19. Do The Monkey
  20. Don't Drive Me Away
  21. Keep Away From My Heart
  22. I Won't Believe It Till I See It
  23. Hard But It's Fair
  24. Couldn't Quit My Baby
  25. You Don't Know (Just How I Feel)
  26. Money, You Never Get Tired Of
  27. Hot Gravy
  28. In Be Tween
  29. Soul Party (Pt. 2)
  30. Both Eyes Open

Disc Two:

  1. Born Under A Bad Sign
  2. Everyday I Have The Blues
  3. Bent Out Of Shape
  4. Break It Up
  5. I Call Her Baby
  6. Bobby A-Go-Go
  7. Chicken Wings
  8. Watch Your Step (Take 2)
  9. Suggie Duggie Boogie Baby (Take 2)
  10. There She Blows
  11. Talkin' About Love
  12. Why
  13. Soul Party (Pt. 1)
  14. Night Stroll (Pt. 1)
  15. Funky Funky
  16. Bo Diddley
  17. Diddy Wah Diddy
  18. Dancing Girl
  19. Pass The Buck
  20. Give It Up
  21. Big Two Four
  22. South Shore Drive

Virtuoso blues guitarist Bobby Parker inspired John Lennon, Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana, Jimmy Page, and many others yet it has taken 66 years since his recording debut for a compilation to be issued under his name.

The opening track "Watch Your Step" was played on stage by the Beatles in their Hamburg days who by their own admission, took its riff to fashion the opening to "I Feel Fine". And let's not forget Led Zeppelin's "Moby Dick", which borrowed that same riff.

What a great soulful blues singer Bobby Parker was too. From his 1956 recording of "Titanic", to 1969's "It's Hard But It's Fair", Soul Of The Blues features unforgettable vocal performances and instrumentals that showcase his unique way of playing the blues.

Parker settled permanently in the DC area in the early 1960's.

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