Goin' Back to the Nachez Trace by Papa George Lightfoot

Label: Ace Records.
Release Date: December 1, 1995.
Recording Time: 61 minutes.
Recording Date: July 21, 1969.
Release Info: Studio Recording.

Styles: Electric Harmonica Blues, Electric Blues.

Until producer Steve LaVere redicovered him in 1969, harp giant Papa Lightfoot was revered for a mere handful of '50s sides. This album for Vault served as his comeback announcement, a gloriously down-in-the-alley affair cut at then-fledgling Malaco studios in Jackson, MS. Six bonus tracks, including three minutes of spoken monologue, have been added to the import CD reissue, enhancing an already fine album. - Review by Bill Dahl.

Credits: Roger Armstrong - compilation producer; Jon Broven - liner notes, sleeve art; Tommy Couch - engineer; A.J. Johnson - bass; Vic Kheary - remixing; Alexander Lightfoot - composer; Gordon Lightfoot - composer; Papa George Lightfoot - composer, harmonica, primary artist, vocals; Chris Popham - package design; Jerry Puckett - Guitar; Talkin' About It - primary artist; Tommy Tate - drums; Jerry Walker - original sleeve design; Carson Whitsett - piano; Big Joe Williams - composer; David Young - post production.

Tracks: 1) My Woman Is Tired of Me Lyin'; 2) New Mean Old Train; 3) Love My Baby; 4) Goin' Down That Muddy Road; 5) Ah Come on Honey (previously unissued); 6) I Heard Somebody Crying; 7) Take It Witcha; 8) Nightime; 9) Early in the Morning (previously unissued); 10) Walkin' (previously unissued); 11) Goin' Back to Natchez (previously unissued); 12) Baby Please Don't Go (previously unissued); 13) Train Tune (previously unissued); 14) Pap George (feat. Talkin' About It).