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Natchez Trace by Papa George Lightfoot

Label: Vault Recording.
Release Date: 1969.
Recording Date: July 21, 1969.
Release Info: Studio Recording.
Recording Info: rec. at Malaco Sound Recording Studio in Jackson, MS.

Styles: Electric Harmonica Blues, Electric Blues.

A set of informal blues recordings by the legendary harmonica player.

Mississippi vocalist and harmonica player "Papa" George Lightfoot made a fine recording in 1969 for Vault, a rare full-length LP. It got limited distribution and disappeared shortly afterward. This is a reissue, and it's vital material. - Review by Ron Wynn.

Personnel: Papa Lightfoot - vocals, harmonica; Carson Whitsett - piano (except "I heard Somebody ..."); Jerry Puckett - guitar; Don Barret (/Ron Johnson) - bass; Tommy Tate - drums.

Photography by Jerry Walker.
Prod. by Steve LaVere.

Credits: Papa George Lightfoot - harmonica, primary artist, vocals; Jerry Puckett - guitar; Tommy Tate - drums; Carson Whitsett - piano.

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; 6) Heard Somebody Crying; 7) Take It Witcha; 8) Nighttime.