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Studio Album, released in 2001

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Spoonful 2:58
2. I Want To Be Loved 3:14
3. Little Red Rooster 4:22
4. Dimples 3:30
5. I Just Want To Make Love To You 3:21
6. Evil 2:50
7. Death Letter 9:40
8. Fattening Frogs For Snakes 2:51
9. Money 3:34
10. I Love The Life I Live 3:31
11. Too Lazy To Work, Too Nervous To Steal 2:36
12. Double Trouble 4:55
13. I Asked For Water (She Gave Me Gasoline) 8:25
14. Back Door Man 3:18

Line-up / Musicians

Bass - Mark Peterson
Drums - Aubrey Dayle
Guitar - Vernon Reid
Guitar, Vocals - James "Blood" Ulmer
Harmonica - David Barnes (4)
Piano, Organ [Wurlitzer], Organ [Hammond B-3], Accordion - Rick Steff
Violin [Electric], Mandolin [Slide] - Charles Burnham

Releases information

CD: Label M 495728 (US)

re-released by Hyena Records TMF 9310 (US,2003)

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