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Rockin' Wild In Chicago

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Magic Sam

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2003
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Track Listing

1. Tremble (Collins) - 3:38 2. Call Me When You Need Me (Magic Sam [1]) - 3:21 3. How Long Can This Go On (Parker) - 3:40 4. Every Night, Every Day (McCracklin) - 4:38 5. Why Are You So Mean to Me (King) - 2:30 6. Dirty Work Going On (Washington) - 4:24 7. Further on Up the Road (Robey/Veasey) - 2:48 8. It's All Your Fault Baby (Fulsom) - 4:43 9. Looking Good (Maghett) - 4:55 10. Keep on Loving Me Baby (Rush) - 5:13 11. I Found Me a New Love (Campbell/Lyons) - 4:10 12. Got My Mojo Working (Foster) - 4:12 13. I Don't Want No Woman (Robey) - 3:06 14. Just a Little Bit (Bass/Brown/Thornton/Washington) - 4:32 15. Tore Down (Thompson) - 4:19 16. Rockin' Wild (Hooker) - 4:27

Personnel

Magic Sam
Magic Sam

guitar, electric

Additional Personnel / Information

Magic Sam - Guitar, vocals A.C. Reed - Sax (Tenor) Tyrone Carter - Piano (Electric) Shakey Jake - Vocals Robert G. Koester - Producer Bob Richey - Drums Dick Shurman - Liner Notes, Compilation Mack Thompson - Bass Steve Wagner - Producer, Compilation Robert "Huckleberry Hound" Wright - Drums Al Brandtner - Design Odie Jr. Payne - Drums Ray Flerlage - Photography Hank Lebo - Photography Bill Lindemann - Engineer Eddie Shaw & The Wolf Gang - Sax (Tenor), Vocals


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