A fantastic rediscovery of the great Bukka White – material recorded in 1963 by a young John Fahey and Ed Denson, who'd do a lot to revive White's career with their later release of his work on Takoma Records! These tracks are all live, recorded in Berkley in a nicely loose setting – but with excellent fidelity that really captures the charms of the singer in a way that maybe even his classic recordings can't touch – as White's incredible touch on the guitar is crystal clear, and his style of singing and talking on the same tune comes across with a great deal of charm. Titles include "Drunken Leroy Blues", "Fixin To Die", "Jump", "Jack O Diamonds", "Driftin & Driftin", "Boogie Til Dubuque", "1963 Isn't 1962 Blues", and "Vaseline Head Woman". LP, Vinyl record album
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