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My First Recordings

My First Recordings

Bluesman Lowell Fulson’s (1921–1999) first recordings were made in 1946, following the completion of his World War II military service. This collection traces Fulson’s development from a country blues style into a more polished urban blues style. The last three tracks feature Fulson backed by a band with a saxophone section. This collection includes Fulson’s composition “Three O’clock Blues,” a song later recorded by B.B. King. The liner notes provide an overview of his early career and musical impact.

Track Listing

101
Western Union Blues Lowell Fulson 2:50
102
Lazy Woman Blues Lowell Fulson 3:23
103
River Blues, Pt.1 Lowell Fulson 2:44
104
River Blues, Pt.2 Lowell Fulson 2:37
105
I Walked All Night Lowell Fulson 2:54
106
Between Midnight and Day Lowell Fulson 2:31
107
The Blues Is Killing Me Lowell Fulson 2:33
108
Did You Ever Feel Lucky Lowell Fulson 2:37
109
I'm Wild about You Lowell Fulson 3:29
110
Three O'clock Blues Lowell Fulson 3:12
111
Crying Blues (Street Walking Woman) Lowell Fulson 2:39
112
You're Gonna Miss Me Lowell Fulson 2:18
113
Miss Katy Lee Blues Lowell Fulson 2:49
114
Rambling Blues Lowell Fulson 2:52
115
Fulson Blues Lowell Fulson 2:53
116
San Francisco Blues Lowell Fulson 2:47
117
I Want to See My Baby Lowell Fulson 2:41
118
Trouble Blues Lowell Fulson 3:01
119
Don't Be So Evil Lowell Fulson 3:13
120
Black Widow Spider Blues Lowell Fulson 3:25
121
I'm Prison Bound Lowell Fulson 3:15
122
My Baby Left Me Lowell Fulson 2:46
123
Blues with a Feeling Lowell Fulson 2:32
124
Why Can't You Cry for Me Lowell Fulson 2:41
125
There Is a Time for Everything Lowell Fulson 3:24
126
Lowell Jumps One (Cash Box Boogie) Lowell Fulson 1:53

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