Rockin' L.A.

Jimmy Witherspoon

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  • CAT # FCD-9660-25

    1. You Got Me Running 3:33
    2. Once There Lived A Fool 5:01
    3. Sweet Lotus Blossom 5:30
    4. Call It Stormy Monday 4:34
    5. Gee Baby, Ain't I Good To You 3:11
    6. Medley: Don't You Miss Your Baby / Careless Love / When The Saints Go Marching In / One Scotch, One 5:45
    7. S.K. Blues 6:17
    8. I Want A Little Girl 9:23
    9. Big Boss Man 4:33
    10. Don't Gotta 4:21
    11. Medley: Ain't Nobody's Business / Please Send Me Someone To Love 2:24

with Teddy Edwards, Gerald Wiggins, John Clayton, Paul Humphrey

Recorded October 24 & 25, 1988.

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