Crucial Guitar Blues


Disk 1

1. Luther Allison – All the King’s Horses (5:38)
2. Michael Burks – Heartless (4:33)
3. Coco Montoya – Same Old Thing (5:11)
4. Albert Collins – Lights Are on But Nobody’s Home (6:58)
5. Little Charlie & The Nightcats – Percolatin’ (4:19)
6. Tinsley Ellis – To the Devil for a Dime (4:21)
7. Roy Buchanan – Country Boogie (4:34)
8. Son Seals – I Can’t Hear Nothing But the Blues (6:34)
9. Dave Hole – Phone Line (3:43)
10. Lonnie Mack with Stevie Ray Vaughn – Double Whammy (3:36)
11. Johnny Winter – I Smell Trouble (4:49)
12. Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown – Pressure Cooker (2:54)

Disk 2

1. Johnny Winter – It’s My Life, Baby (4:11)
2. Lil’ Ed & The Blues Imperials – Never Miss Your Water (4:19)
3. Bonnie Raitt – She’s Fine (4:29)
4. Luther Allison – Give Me Back My Wig (4:45)
5. Elvin Bishop – I’m Gone (3:49)
6. Bob Margolin – The Same Thing (5:23)
7. Sonny Landreth – Taylor’s Rock (3:59)
8. The Kinsey Report – When The Church Burned Down (5:33)
9. Michael Hill’s Blues Mob – She’s Gone (4:31)
10. Corey Harris – Jack O’Diamonds (2:39)
11. Hound Dog Taylor & Houserockers – The Sun Is Shining (5:32)
12. Dave Hole – Out Of Here (3:10)

Fever By Granazi


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Part 2

97 different versions of the song ” Fever “

“Fever” is a song written by Eddie Cooley and Otis Blackwell, who used the pseudonym John Davenport. It was originally recorded by Little Willie John in 1956. It has been covered by numerous artists from various musical genres, notably Peggy Lee, Elvis Presley, Ella Fitzgerald, Usha Uthup, Ray Charles, Nancy Sinatra, The McCoys, The Blues Band, Boney M., Amanda Lear, La Lupe, Madonna, Fishtank Ensemble, The Jam, The Cramps, Wanda Jackson, Bette Midler, Michael Bublé and Suzi Quatro.
The idea for the song was presented to Otis Blackwell by an old friend, Eddie Cooley. Blackwell said: “Eddie Cooley was a friend of mine from New York and he called me up and said ‘Man, I got an idea for a song called “Fever”, but I can´t finish it. I had to write it under another name because, at that time, I was still under contract to Joe Davis’.
Little Willie John reportedly disliked the song, but was persuaded to record it, on March 1, 1956, by King Records owner Syd Nathan and arranger and producer Henry Glover. His version was released in April 1956 and became a double-sided hit along with the top-ten R&B song “Letter from My Darling”. “Fever” reached number one for three weeks on the R&B Best Sellers chart. It also made the pop charts, peaking at number 24 on the Billboard chart