Safe House—A Collection of the Blues
Credit Where Credit is Due
Who's singing backup on "Some Day"? Who's playing harp on
"She's Nineteen Years Old"? These are the questions blues fans ask—and
the credits to the Safe House album don't offer any answers. But we do.
Print out these pages and trim them down to size. (Or if you've got the
cassette, fold the hell out of it and jam it in there. Or just slide them
into your copy of the Safe House novel.) A lot of fine musicians
sweat blood to make these songs blue—now you know who they all are.
We also thought you'd want to know where the cuts came from—so you could
get more of the same if you liked it—and where you could get more
information about these fine artists. It's all here.
—Lou Bank (who's thankful that David Joe Wirth knows his Blues musicians)
THE PAUL BUTTERFIELD BLUES BAND "I've Got A Mind to Give Up Living"
(Traditional) Public Domain
Paul Butterfield—Harmonica & Vocals
Mark Naftalin—Organ & Piano
Produced by Paul Rothchild and Mark Abramson
From the Elektra release East-West (7315)
You'll find information about Paul Butterfield at:
KATIE WEBSTER "Pussycat Moan" (6:02)
(Katie Webster) Eyeball Music, BMI
Katie Webster—Vocals & Piano
Produced by Katie Webster, Bruse Inglauer, Vasti Jackson and Ice Cube
From the Alligator release Two Fisted Mama (ALCD 4777)
You'll find information about Katie Webster at: www.alligator.com/artists/Katie-Webster/
BUDDY GUY "One Room Country Shack" (5:34)
(Mercy Dee Walton) Venice Music, BMI
Buddy Guy—Guitar & Vocals
Wayne Bennett—Rhythm Guitar
Donald Hankins, Aaron Corthen and Bobby Fields—Saxophone
Lonny Taylor or Fred Below—Drums
Produced by Samuel Charters
From the Vanguard release A Man And The Blues (79272-2)
You'll find information about Buddy Guy at:
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