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Luther's Blues (with bonus tracks)

CD (Item 635927) Motown/Universal, 1974 — Condition: Used
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One of the only blues records you'll ever find on Motown – and a mostly straight blues affair with a hard electric sound to it. The album's mostly in the early Alligator Records camp – but there's a few nice funky cuts, like "Now You Got It" and "Into My Life", which both have strong rhythm backing, and a smoother groove that kind of cuts the blues quotient a bit. That's a good thing for us, in case you couldn't tell!  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.
(Out of print.)

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