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Bad Blood In The City: The Piety Street Sessions

Bad Blood In The City: The Piety Street Sessions by James Blood Ulmer buy album

James Blood Ulmer

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2007
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Track Listing

Survivors of the Hurricane; Sad Days, Lonely Nights; Katrina; Let's Talk about Jesus; This Land is No One's Land; Dead Presidents; Commit a Crime; Grinnin' in your Face; There is power in the Blues; Backwater Blues; Old Slave Master.

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Additional Personnel / Information

James Blood Ulmer: guitar, vocals; Vernon Reid: electric and acoustic guitar; Charlie Burnham: electric fiddle and mandolin; David Barnes: harmonica; Leon Gruenbaum: Fender Rhodes, piano, Hammond B-3 organ, samchillian, mellotron, clarinet; Mark Peterson: electric and upright bass; Aubrey Dayle: drums, percussion; Irene Datcher: background vocals.


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