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Prison Blues

by Neal Pattman

Featuring Taj Mahal and Lee Konitz. Neal Pattman is a country blues harp player born in the same country blues harp player born in the same country of Sonny Terry. He as a child in the country outside Athens, Georgia.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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1. Momma Whoopin' Blues
2:45 album only
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2. Catfish Blues
4:02 album only
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3. Shortin' Bread
5:33 album only
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4. Talkin' 'bout You Baby
5:15 album only
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5. Market Blues
6:31 album only
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6. Neal's Testimony
2:47 album only
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7. Prison Blues
3:27 album only
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8. Disco Twist
2:26 album only
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9. Goin' Back to Georgia
4:31 album only
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10. Five long Years
5:59 album only
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11. Bottle Up and Go
4:37 album only
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12. Oklahoma City Blues
5:16 album only
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13. I Want Jesus to Walk with Me
4:00 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Nobody makes moonshine, works a cakewalk, chops wood or plays a harmonica like 70-something Neal Pattman. Losing an arm in a wagon wheel at the age of nine hasn't slowed him at all. 66 years ago the Blues knocked on my door and they wouldn't leave. His testimony can be heard in a sound and a style his daddy taught him as a child in the country outside Athens, Georgia.

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Ivy Watson

Neal Pattman delivered the gritty Blues sound I've been craving.
On Prison Blues, Neal Pattman delivered the gritty blues sound I've been craving. It sounds something like Taj Mahal, but more gravelly and sharper edged. You can feel the Blues jarring your soul.
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K Haga

Great Piedmont Blues!
The "Prison Blues" CD is a favorite for simple, raw Piedmont blues - you feel like you are right in the room with the musicians. Neal Pattman's harmonica playing and songwriting are very enjoyable.
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