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Charlie's second Gator blends his amazing harp and down home voice with a horn section; guest appearance by John Lee Hooker. "Consistently dazzling"--AUDIO "Magnificent harp, rock-solid vocals"--LIVING BLUES
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1. Make My Getaway 3:45
2. Blues Got Me Again 5:22
3. Mama Long Legs 5:38
4. .38 Special 8:26
5. It's Gettin' Warm In Here 4:52
6. What's New? 3:08
7. Hey! Miss Bessie 5:70
8. Me And My Baby And The Blues 3:48
9. Catwalk 2:29
10. Cheatin'on Me 4:18

Charlie Musselwhite, Vocals and Harmonica
Andrew Jones, Jr., Guitar
Artis Joyce, Bass
Tommy Hill, Drums

Horns (on Mama Long Legs and Me And My Baby And The Blues ) arranged and produced by Art Baron:
Art Baron, Trombone
Lenny Pickett, Tenor and Baritone Saxes
Lou Soloff, Trumpet

John Lee Hooker, Vocals and Guitar on Cheatin' On Me

Produced by Charlie Musselwhite
Project coordinator: Henrietta Musselwhite
Engineered and co-produced by Jay Shilliday
Additional Engineering by Jim Capfer, Joe Ferla, and Bob Skye
Recorded at The Plant, Sausalito, CA; Editel, San Francisco, CA; Studio D, Sausalito, CA, and Sear Sound, New York, NY
Assistant recording engineers: Larry Brewer, Drew Waters, Tony Eckert, and Fred Kevorkian
Mixed at Skywalker Sound, San Rafael, CA by Charlie Musselwhite, Jay Shilliday, Bruce Iglauer, and Jim Capfer
Assistant mixing engineers: M.T. Silvia and Craig Silvey
Cover photos by Peter Amft
Cover design by Matt Minde

Lenny Pickett appears courtesy of Carthage Records

Thanks to John Lee Hooker, my longtime friend and inspiration; Kevin Morrow, Chris Goldsmith, Diana Martinez and the staff of Falk & Morrow Talent; Bruce Iglauer, Nora Kinnally and the staff of Alligator Records; Mike Kappus; Ken Dowton; Barry Levine; Lee Oskar and Kit Gamble

Very special thanks to Henrietta "Mama Long Legs" Musselwhite

Charlie Musselwhite is managed and booked by Falk & Morrow Talent

Charlie Musselwhite plays Lee Oskar Harmonicas through a Randall Amplifer.

Andrew "Junior Boy" Jones, Jr. plays a Schecter Guitar through a Randall Amplifier.

In memory of two special friends:
Bill "Grandpa" Buchanan, died California, 1991
Dennis "Tony" Anthony, died in Alaska's Spring Creek Correctional Facility, Christmas Eve, 1990