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Peter Green & Nigel Watson Splinter Group, Hot Foot Powder

Audio CD

Disk ID: 626760

Disk length: 42m 22s (13 Tracks)

Original Release Date: 2000

Label: Unknown

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Tracks & Durations

1. I'm a Steady Rollin' Man 3:31
2. From Four Til Late 2:59
3. Dead Shrimp Blues 2:47
4. Little Queen of Spades 2:59
5. They're Red Hot 3:47
6. Preachin' Blues 2:42
7. Hell Hound on My Trial 3:29
8. Travelin' Riverside Blues 4:04
9. Malted Milk 3:09
10. Milkcow's Calf Blues 3:29
11. Drunken Hearted Man 3:18
12. Cross Road Blues 2:53
13. Come on in My Kitchen 3:07

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Following his superb 1998 Robert Johnson Songbook collaboration with Nigel Watson, Peter Green's inspired comeback ensues with this sequel of Johnson classics. From "I'm a Steady Rolling Man" on, it is delightfully clear that the Fleetwood Mac founder's soulful guitar virtuosity is wedded to a voice, beaten into majesty, that's well suited for these haunting Delta jewels. With partner Watson providing skilled support, such untouchables as "Come On in My Kitchen" and "Hellhound on My Trail" eerily echo the originals in their new arrangements, while bearing Green's stamp. As if the soloists and their fine Splinter Group weren't enough, Green & Co. are joined by special guests Dr. John (the lilting piano on "From Four Till Late"), Buddy Guy (guitar on "Cross Road Blues"), Hubert Sumlin (guitar on "Dead Shrimp Blues"), and David "Honeyboy" Edwards, who accompanied Robert Johnson on the night of his fatal poisoning (guitar on "Traveling Riverside Blues"). --Alan Greenberg

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