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Jimmy Murphy - Sixteen Tons of Rock & Roll (1989)

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Jimmy Murphy - Sixteen Tons of Rock & Roll (1989)

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1.Sixteen Tons Rock 'n' Roll				play
2.My Gal Dottie
3.Granpaw's A Cat
4.Baboon Boogie
5.I'm Looking For A Mustard Patch
6.Put Some Meat On Them Bones
7.Here Kitty Kitty
8.Sweet Sweet Lips
10.Big Mama Blues
11.That First Guitar Of Mine
12.Love That Satisfies						play
13.Educated Fool
14.Ramblin' Heart
15.We Live A Long, Long Time
16.Mother Where Is Your Daughter Tonight

Chet Atkins 	Guitar
Anita Carter 	Bass
Robert Foster 	Guitar (Steel)
Tommy Jackson 	Fiddle
Jimmy Murphy 	Guitar, Leader, Vocals
Ernest Ernie Newton 	Bass
Onie Wheeler 	Harmonica
Chuck Wright 	Bass 


The complete recordings of Jimmy Murphy for RCA and Columbia Records, strangely enough assembled far out of sequence, although one can sequence the songs properly on one's player. The sound is raw and usually pretty bluesy, with Murphy's lively acoustic guitar playing sparking all of it. The subjects and sentiments are a strange mix of contemporary pop culture and what were already dated notions of religion and morality (after all, the Rural Electrification Act had pretty well removed the wonder, if not the novelty, of electricity from a lot of the South, or at least the white population of the South, during the 1930s), making this an extraordinary and unique body of work. The sound, as usual, is excellent, and the sessionography and notes are very thorough. ---Bruce Eder, AllMusic Review

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