is an album by the The Robert Johnson Songbook British blues band the Peter Green Splinter Group, led by Peter Green. Released in 1998, this was their second album. Green was the founder of Fleetwood Mac and a member of that group from 1967-70, before a sporadic solo career during the late 1970s and early 1980s.
The album consisted entirely of songs composed by legendary blues artist
Robert Johnson, and featured a guest appearance by Paul Rodgers, ex-lead vocalist of Free and Bad Company, who later worked with Queen.
This was the first Splinter Group album to feature Roger Cotton and Larry Tolfree, after the departure of
Cozy Powell and Spike Edney. The album won a WC Handy Award in 1999 for "Best Comeback Album".
Track listing [ edit ]
When You Got a Good Friend" "
32-20 Blues" "Phonograph Blues"
Last Fair Deal Gone Down" "Stop Breakin' Down Blues"
Terraplane Blues" "
Walkin' Blues" "
Love in Vain Blues" "
Ramblin' on My Mind" "Stones in My Passway"
"Me and the Devil Blues"
Kind Hearted Woman Blues" "
I Believe I'll Dust My Broom" "If I Had Possession over Judgment Day"
Sweet Home Chicago"
Personnel [ edit ]
Paul Rodgers – vocals on track 16 Street Angels '98 – backing vocals
Kenny Denton – producer
Andrew Scarth – engineer
Production [ edit ]
Recorded at KD's Studio,
Acton, London Track 16 recorded at Lartington Hall Studios by Andrew Scarth
Design by Tonic Communications
References [ edit ]