|1||Mississippi Freight Train
Drums – Brian Jones Harmonica – James CottonWritten-By – James Cotton
|2||You Didn't Think About That
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums – Brian Jones Guitar – Larry McCrayOrgan [Hammond] – Lucky PetersonVocals, Harmonica – James CottonWritten-By – Dave Steen
Guitar – Joe Louis WalkerHarmonica – James CottonWritten-By – Joe Louis Walker
|4||Take A Message
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums – Brian Jones Guitar – John Primer, Larry McCrayOrgan [Hammond] – Lucky PetersonVocals, Harmonica – James CottonWritten-By – Dave Steen
|5||Hungry Country Girl
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums – Brian Jones Guitar – John PrimerHarmonica – James CottonPiano – Dr. JohnWritten-By – Otis Spann
Harmonica – James CottonOrgan [Hammond] – Lucky PetersonWritten-By – Andy Gibson, Roy Alfred
|7||One Little Piece Of Shade
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums – Brian Jones Harmonica – James CottonPiano, Vocals – Dr. JohnWritten-By – Dave Steen
|8||Living The Blues
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums – Brian Jones Guitar – John PrimerGuitar, Soloist – Larry McCrayPiano – Dr. JohnVocals, Harmonica – James CottonWritten-By – Gary Nicholson
Harmonica – James CottonOrgan [Hammond] – Lucky PetersonWritten-By – Ferdinand "Fats" Washington*
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums – Brian Jones Guitar – Larry McCrayPiano – Dr. JohnVocals, Harmonica – James CottonWritten-By – Dave Steen
|11||Cotton In The Kitchen
Harmonica – James CottonPiano – Dr. JohnWritten-By – James Cotton
Bass – Johnny B. Gayden*Drums – Brian Jones Guitar – Larry McCrayPiano – Lucky PetersonVocals, Harmonica – James CottonWritten By – David JamesWritten-By – Gary Taley, Stuart Brower, Walter Fergeson
|13||Mississippi Freight Train - Part 2
Drums – Brian Jones Vocals, Harmonica – James CottonWritten-By – James Cotton
|521 238-2||James Cotton||Living The Blues (CD, Album)||Gitanes Jazz Productions||521 238-2||France||1994|
|p2-21238, p2-21338||James Cotton||Living The Blues (CD, Album, Club)||Gitanes Jazz Productions, Verve Records||p2-21238, p2-21338||US||1994|
|314 521 238-2||James Cotton||Living The Blues (CD, Album)||Gitanes Blues Productions||314 521 238-2||US||1994|
Until 1992 the award was known as Best Traditional Blues Performance and was twice awarded to individual tracks rather than albums. The award was discontinued after the 2011 Grammy season in a major overhaul of Grammy categories. From 2012 onwards, the category was merged with the Best Contemporary Blues Album category to form the new Best Blues Album category Years reflect the year in which the Gram. James Cotton – Living the Blues.
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James Cotton: все альбомы, включая Devil Played The Blues, Milestones of Legends: Big Bosses of the Blues, Vol. 4, South Side Blues и другие. 2002 The Complete 1967 Live Montreal James Cotton Sessions. Best Of The Vanguard Years. 1998 Live at the New Penelope Café - 1967.
Play With Your Poddle, 13. Blues In My Sleep, 14. Everybody’s Fishin’. More albums from James Cotton: Recorded Live At Antone’s Night Club by James Cotton. Cut You Loose! by James Cotton. Baby Don’t You Tear My Clothes by James Cotton. Take Me Back by James Cotton. Johnny Young And His Chicago Blues Band by James Cotton. Harp Attack! by James Cotton. Cotton Mouth Man by James Cotton. Heart & Soul by James Cotton. View all albums . Deep In The Blues.
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This 2016 Blues Album Round-up features albums from the time-tested veterans, great stuff from the genre’s younger apprentices as well as a lovely dose of surprises. The rolling stones - blue and lonesome. The titanic blues influence on the Rolling Stones is something even the casual Stones fan is fully aware of. How could you miss it? They always brought a little Muddy Waters with them. There’s something about a live setting that makes the blues explode. And who better to demonstrate this than Joe Bonamassa, a veteran blues-rock road warrior whose propulsive brand of blues-tinged rock is perfect for the stage? With a capacity of just under six thousand, Los Angeles’ Greek Theater is no tiny blues club, but Bonamassa has just the skilled touch needed to make his music intimate enough to fool the listener into thinking he’s enjoying the sounds of a small after hours tavern in rural Mississippi.