Quiet, haunting, steeply poignant recordings by the veteran bluesman, aged seventy-five. Originally released by Testament in 1963, with the same powerful, front-cover woodcut. A classic.
For Biograph in 1973, still tearing up his National Steel in fine style, gripping as ever.
Superb late gospel and blues from 1949 Regals, as presented by Biograph in the 1970s.
From 1979-80, his first electric guitar, first band recording — family-members the Sound Machine, blending raw Mississippi blues with soul, funk, rhythm and blues, and other good stuff.
‘At his most righteously drugged… two songs spread over a looped path of colored time. Bull as guru. Bull as shaman… takes his past triumphs and brings them higher, to an acid-singed multi-colored height.’