James Blood Ulmer

Jazz Rock/Fusion

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Studio Album, released in 2005

Songs / Tracks Listing

1 Take My Music Back To The Church 4:42
2 I Can't Take It Anymore 2:38
3 Where Did All The Girls Come From 5:05
4 I Ain't Superstitious 3:46
5 White Man's Jail 3:58
6 High Yellow 3:18
7 The Evil One 3:31
8 Geechee Joe 4:12
9 Love Dance Rag 4:07
10 Sittin' On Top Of The World 4:11
11 My Most Favourite Thing 2:48
12 Devil's Got To Burn 9:32


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Line-up / Musicians

Guitar, Vocals, Flute - James Blood Ulmer

Releases information

CD: Hyena Records TMF 9335 (US)

Track 12 begins with "Devil's Got To Burn", which is about 4:52 long, then a pause follows, from about 6:05 JBU plays the flute until end of the track.

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4 stars One man, one guitar, one voice and his ethereal Blues universe! I must forewarn you! This could hardly be considered PROG! This my friend, is called šThe Blues" and in its purest form. So, maybe even "Blodders" , will feel kind of surprised! Yep! " Birthright", 2005, is master bluesman James ... (read more)

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