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 Mississippi Fred McDowell - I Do Not Play No Rock 'N' Roll

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Release Date:09/17/2013;Notes:This 1969 release by the legendary Mississippi Fred McDowell was his first to feature him playing the electric guitar. ...Click To Read More About This Product

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Release Date:09/17/2013;Notes:This 1969 release by the legendary Mississippi Fred McDowell was his first to feature him playing the electric guitar. Although it was somewhat controversial at the time it is now considered a classic. Fred sounds like he has always been plugged in, playing with fiery passion, including some great bottleneck guitar. Featuring all originals by Fred including, "You Got to Move" (covered by the Rolling Stones on Sticky Fingers) and "Kokomo Me Baby", except for a cover of Joe Williams "Baby Please Don't Go". This new reissue features the original 9 tracks that were on the 1969 release.;Track List:1. Baby Please Don't Go;2. Good Morning Little School Girl;3. Kokomo Me Baby;4. That's All Right Baby;5. Red Cross Store;6. Everybody's Down on Me;7. 61 Highway;8. Glory Hallelujah;9. Jesus Is on the Mainline;Special Attributes:180 GRAM VINYL


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