Blues in My Bottle
|Blues in My Bottle|
|Studio album by|
|Recorded||July 26, 1961|
|Studio||ACA Studios (Gold Star Studios), Houston, TX|
|Producer||Kenneth S. Goldstein, Mack McCormick|
|Lightnin' Hopkins chronology|
|The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings|||
|The Rolling Stone Album Guide|||
The AllMusic review noted: "He was at his best when unaccompanied, as on this Prestige date recorded in 1961. Though he usually played electric guitar, the Texas blues titan performed on this release with an acoustic, and the result is most rewardin". The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings wrote that "Lightnin' chanting the R&B hit 'Wine Spode-o-dee' on Blues in My Bottle is no more than a couple of minutes of fun, but it neatly demonstrates his range of reference, coming straight after 'Buddy Browns Blues', a reminiscence of Texas Alexander".
- "Buddy Brown's Blues" (Alger "Texas" Alexander)
- "Wine Spodee-O-Dee" (Stick McGhee, J. Mayo Williams)
- "Sail On, Little Girl, Sail On" (Traditional)
- "DC-7" (Hopkins)
- "Death Bells" (Hopkins)
- "Goin' to Dallas to See My Pony Run" (Traditional)
- "Jailhouse Blues" (Traditional)
- "Blues in My Bottle" (Traditional)
- "Beans, Beans, Beans" (Traditional, Hopkins)
- "Catfish Blues" (Traditional)
- "My Grandpa Is Old Too!" (Hopkins)
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- Newsletter, Roundup. Lightnin' Hopkins: Blues in My Bottle – Review at AllMusic. Retrieved November 18, 2018.
- Russell, Tony; Smith, Chris (2006). The Penguin Guide to Blues Recordings. London: Penguin. p. 279. ISBN 978-0-140-51384-4.
- The Rolling Stone Album Guide. Random House. 1992. p. 328.