- Audio CD (March 21, 2000)
- Original Release Date: March 21, 2000
- Number of Discs: 3
- Format: Box set, Import
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- Label: Jsp Records
- Run Time: 5 minutes
- ASIN: B00004C8U0
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #69,607 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Complete Jsp Recordings 1979-82 Box set, Import
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5. The Things I Used To Do
6. You Don't Know How I Feel
7. The Dollar Done Fell
8. Buddy's Blues (Part Two)
9. Don't Answer The Door
10. Teel Me What's Inside Of You (Version Two)
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2. Dedication To The Late T-Bone Walker
3. Good News
4. Blues At My Baby's House
5. She Suits Me To A T
6. D.J. Play My Blues
7. Just Teasin'
8. All Your Love
9. The Garbage Man Blues
10. Mellow Down
1. Have You Ever Been Lonesome
2. You Can Make It If You Try
3. Break Out All Over You
4. She Winked Her Eye
5. I Didn't Know My Mother Had A Son Like Me
6. Boogie Family Style
7. You Called Me In My Dream
8. Me & My Guitar
9. Ice Around My Heart
10. Texas Flood
Top Customer Reviews
By Scott Free on August 28, 2000
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Three Cds for 25 bones. If you loved Stone Crazy followed by Pleading the Blues and wondered where to go from there this is a must have collection.The music on these three CDs is from the 1979 - 1982 time period. Buddy bucking the "Big Eighties" and playing his blues the way it was meant to be played Hot and Soulful. Were there other great Blues players competeing with MTV and Heavy Metal?
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