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Soul Fixin' Man
is an album by American
The United States of America is a federal constitutional republic comprising fifty states and a federal district...
Blues is the name given to both a musical form and a music genre that originated in African-American communities of primarily the "Deep South" of the United States at the end of the 19th century from spirituals, work songs, field hollers, shouts and chants, and rhymed simple narrative ballads...
guitarist Luther Allison
Luther Allison was an American blues guitarist. He was born in Widener, Arkansas and moved with his family, at age twelve, to Chicago in 1951. He taught himself guitar and began listening to blues extensively. Three years later he began hanging outside blues nightclubs with the hopes of being...
, released in 1994 by Alligator Records
Alligator Records is a Chicago-based independent blues record label founded by Bruce Iglauer in 1971.Iglauer started the label with his own savings to record and produce his favorite band Hound Dog Taylor & The HouseRockers, whom his employer, Bob Koester of Delmark Records, declined to record...
. It is also known as Bad Love
. Some editions have a different track list.
- "Bad Love" (Allison, Solberg) – 6:23
- "I Want to Know" (Badger, Desanto, Geddins) – 4:52
- "Soul Fixin' Man" (Allison, Solberg) – 3:07
- "Middle of the Road" (Allison) – 4:55
- "She Was Born That Way" (Allison, Mosley) – 4:38
- "Give it All" (Allison) – 3:56
- "You Been Teasin' Me" (Allison, Solberg) – 3:01
- "Nobody But You" (Allison, Solberg) – 4:30
- "Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is" (Allison, Solberg) – 6:28
- "The Things I Used to Do
"The Things That I Used to Do" is a blues song written by Guitar Slim and his 1953 recording of it in New Orleans, was arranged and produced by a young Ray Charles. It was released on Specialty Records in 1954 to become a bestseller...
" (Guitar Slim
Eddie Jones , better known as Guitar Slim, was a New Orleans blues guitarist, from the 1940s and 1950s, best known for the million-selling song, produced by Johnny Vincent at Specialty Records, "The Things That I Used to Do"...
) – 3:18
- "Love String" (Johnson, Mosley) – 3:53
- "Freedom" (Allison, Brown, Carras, Rabaste, Zox) – 4:47
- Luther Allison – vocals, guitar
- Kpe Lee – percussion
- James Robinson – drums
- David Smith – bass
- James Solberg – guitar
- Ernest Williamson – keyboards
- Wayne Jackson – trombone, trumpet
- Andrew Love – saxophone
- Jacqueline Johnson – background vocals
- Another Blessed Creation Choir – chorus