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is a 1973 album by American The Bosses blues shouter Big Joe Turner accompanied by a small group led by Count Basie, recorded in 1973 and released on the Pablo label. 
Reception [ edit ]
Allmusic review by Scott Yanow awarded the album 4 stars and stated that it was one of Turner's better late-period albums, and that he was on top form on "Night Time Is the Right Time," "Wee Baby Blues" and " Roll 'Em Pete". 
Track listing [ edit ]
"The Honeydripper" (
Joe Liggins) - 6:42 "
Honey Hush" ( Nat King Cole, Big Joe Turner, Lou Willie Turner) - 2:37 "Cherry Red" (
Pete Johnson, Big Joe Turner) - 4:42 "
Night Time Is the Right Time" ( Leroy Carr, Lew Herman) - 3:54 "Blues Around the Clock" (
Willie Bryant) - 4:58 "
Since I Fell for You" ( Buddy Johnson) - 3:55 "
Flip, Flop and Fly" ( Chuck Calhoun, Lou Willie Turner) - 3:28 "Wee Baby Blues" (Johnson, Big Joe Turner) - 5:37
"Good Morning Blues" (
Count Basie, Eddie Durham, Jimmy Rushing) - 3:50 "
Roll 'Em Pete" (Johnson, Turner) - 4:16
Personnel [ edit ]
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