This is the seventh installment in the Ralph Bass Series. Magic Slim is now an internationally renowned blues artist, and in 1977, his group the Teardrops consisted of brothers Nick Holt on bass, Doug Holt on drums and Coleman Pettis on 2nd guitar. Joe Carter was one of the "unsung heroes of the Chicago club scene in the 1950s - a slide-playing twin disciple of Elmore James and Muddy Waters." This is one of only two sessions Carter ever recorded and it features Lacy Gibson on guitar, Sunnyland Slim on piano, Willie Black on bass and Fred Below on drums.
This is the seventh installment in the Ralph Bass Series. Magic Slim is now an internationally renowned blues artist, and in 1977, his group the Teardrops consisted of brothers Nick Holt on bass, Doug Holt on drums and Coleman Pettis on 2nd guitar. Joe Carter was one of the "unsung heroes of the Chicago club scene in the 1950s - a slide-playing twin disciple of Elmore James and Muddy Waters." This is one of only two sessions Carter ever recorded and it features Lacy Gibson on guitar, Sunnyland Slim on piano, Willie Black on bass and Fred Below on drums.
038153078621

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Format: CD
Label: DELMARK
Catalog: 786
Rel. Date: 06/20/2006
UPC: 038153078621

That Ain't Right!
Artist: Magic Slim & Joe Carter
Format: CD
New: Available In Store $14.97
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. In the Dark
2. She Is Mine
3. Strange Things Happen
4. Cummins Prison Farm
5. Soul Blues
6. Just to Be With You
7. I'm Worried
8. Anna Lee
9. Sweet Home Chicago
10. Route 66
11. Joe's Boogie
12. Stormy Monday

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This is the seventh installment in the Ralph Bass Series. Magic Slim is now an internationally renowned blues artist, and in 1977, his group the Teardrops consisted of brothers Nick Holt on bass, Doug Holt on drums and Coleman Pettis on 2nd guitar. Joe Carter was one of the "unsung heroes of the Chicago club scene in the 1950s - a slide-playing twin disciple of Elmore James and Muddy Waters." This is one of only two sessions Carter ever recorded and it features Lacy Gibson on guitar, Sunnyland Slim on piano, Willie Black on bass and Fred Below on drums.