Devil Got My Woman

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Devil Got My Woman
Devil Got My Woman.jpg
Studio album by Skip James
Released 1968
Recorded March 22–24, 1967
Genre Blues
Length 49:05
Label Vanguard
Skip James chronology
Devil Got My Woman
I'm So Glad

Devil Got My Woman is the fourth studio album by American blues singer Skip James, released in 1968. It was his last record before his death in 1969.


Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars [1]

Allmusic critic Scott Yanow wrote in his review: "One can easily hear the influence that Skip James' music had on the then flourishing folk music movement, and he still sang his country blues with great intensity."[1] The title track is featured in the 2001 film Ghost World.[2]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Skip James except as noted.

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Good Road Camp Blues"   3:47
2. "Little Cow and Calf Is Gonna Die Blues"   3:20
3. "Devil Got My Woman"   5:10
4. "Look at the People Standing at the Judgement"   2:58
5. "Worried Blues"   5:55
6. "22-20 Blues" James, Robert Johnson 3:50
7. "Mistreating Child Blues"   3:54
8. "Sickbed Blues"   4:05
9. "Catfish Blues"   4:35
10. "Lorenzo Blues"   4:17
11. "Careless Love" W. C. Handy, Martha E. Koenig, Spencer Williams 3:59
12. "Illinois Blues"   3:15



  1. ^ a b Scott, Yanow. "Devil Got My Woman > Review". Allmusic. Retrieved July 28, 2011. 
  2. ^ Ghost World at the Internet Movie Database.