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No Escape from the Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions

No Escape from the Blues: The Electric Lady Sessions by James Blood Ulmer buy album

James Blood Ulmer

Label: Hyena Records
Released: 2004
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Track Listing

Goin New York/ Hustle Is On/ Who's Been Talkin'/ Ghetto Child/ Are You Glad to Be in America/ You Know, I Know/ Come On (Let the Good Times Roll)/ Bright Lights, Big City/ No Escape from the Blues/ Satisfy (Story of My Life)/ Trouble in Mind/ The Blues Had a Baby and Called it Rock N Roll

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James Blood Ulmer- guitar, vocals; Vernon Reid- guitar, electric sitar, banjo; Leon Gruenbaum- piano, Hammond B-3, Wurlitzer, Fender Rhodes, melodica; Charlie Burnham- electric fiddle, mandolin; David Barnes- harmonica; Mark Petersonacoustic, electric bass; Aubrey Dale- drums; Queen Esther- vocals; Olu Dara- pocket trumpet; Maya Smullyan Jenkins- tap dancing; John Kruth- tamboura


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