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Willie Dixon - Mighty Earthquake And Hurricane (1983)

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Willie Dixon - Mighty Earthquake And Hurricane (1983)

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01. Mighty Earthquake and Hurricane		play
02. It Don't Make Sense (You Can't Make Peace)
03. After Five Long Years
04. Everything's Got a Time
05. Wigglin' Worm
06. Flamin' Mamie				play
07. Grave Digger Blues
08. Pie in the Sky

Billy Branch -	Harmonica
Freddie Dixon, Johnny B. Moore – Bass
Willie Dixon - Guitar, Producer, Vocals
Ellen Samuels, Ayo Kason, Zora Young – Vocals
Lafayette Leake – Piano
Jim Tillman – Drums
John Watkins – Guitar


This is one of Willie Dixon's best recordings ever. I'd put 10 stars on it if I could. I had the pleasure of seeing him open for John Lee Hooker at the Wax Museaum in Washington DC, and I rushed out to buy every Willie Dixon album, yes, vinyl, I could get my hands on. This one flows like honey on a warm day, and it IS as powerful as a mighty earthquake and a hurricane! Such as , "We can crush any country in a matter of weeks/but it don't make sense/we can't make peace." Or Flamin' Mamie in hell "got the little devils runnin up and down the walls/screamin save us daddy/she gonna love us all." Oh, the concert...Willie had two sons in the band and played this album front to back, then did all the songs Howlin' Wolf and Muddy Waters made famous back to back! And John Lee Hooker put us too sleep, the energy drop was so pronounced. ---George Barr "Blueshound"

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