A Touch of the Blues (Long John Baldry album)
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|A Touch of The Blues|
|Live album by Long John Baldry|
|Recorded||1986 - 1988|
|Long John Baldry chronology|
The album was a re-issue of the 1987 live album Long John Baldry & Friends with the addition of three newly recorded studio tracks. This album has sunk into partial obscurity even though it has been released on vinyl (1989) and CD (1990). For reasons unknown, the small spoken intro to "Rake and Ramblin' Boy" was cut down for this version.
- "Goin' Down Slow"
- "I Got My Mojo Workin'"
- "Rake and Ramblin' Boy"
- "Black Girl"
- "Good Morning Blues"
- "Temptation In My Heart"
- "Beat Street'
- "Mystery To Me"
- Long John Baldry - vocals; 6 string & 12 string guitars
- Kathi McDonald - vocals
- Papa John King - guitar
- Butch Coulter - harmonica
- Mike Lent - double bass
- Jimmy Horowitz - piano and producer
- Rolf Henneman - engineer
- Dennett Woodland - assistant engineer
- Gary Taylor - executive producer
- George Ford - bass
- Hugh Brockie - classical guitar
- Rick Morris - saxophone
- Cellina Phillips - backing vocals
- Jackie Richardson - backing vocals
- Arlene Duncan - backing vocals
- Dough Edwards - bass
- Mark Lafrance - drums
- Ken Boychuck - B3 Hammond organ
- John Lee Sanders - saxophone
- Nancy Nash - backing vocals
Cover art by: Steve Y. Heurtaux