Delta bluesman Johnny Shines recorded a version called "Red Sun" (1975), with the traditional music but different, prison-themed lyrics. R. L. Burnside recorded what he titled "Rollin' Tumblin'" on several occasions, first on August 1967 for George Mitchell
Truthfully, James never recorded a lame track (even if dozens of them were variations on "Dust My Broom"), and that signature, roaring slide guitar sound will forever be his calling card.
Partying Road Trip Day Driving Drinking Feeling Blue Freedom Housework. Rollin' & Slidin'.
Elmore James (Elmore Brooks, Richland, Mississippi, 27th January 1918 – Chicago, Illinois, 24th May 1963) was an American blues singer and guitarist. He was known as "The King of the Slide Guitar". James was born fifty miles north of Jackson (not to be confused with another Richland just south of Jackson). He began playing as a teen, under the names "Cleanhead" and "Joe Willie James", alongside musicians such as the first Sonny Boy Williamson, Howlin' Wolf, and Robert Johnson.
Other Elmore James Vinyl and Elmore James CD's: Appearances Memphis Barbecue Sessions (2002) Performer Big Joe Turner Big Joe Turner's Greatest Hits (1951) Guitar Big Joe Turner Rhythm & Blues Years (1951) Guitar Big Joe Turner Big, Bad & Blue: The Big Jo. .
This song is by Elmore James and appear. his song is a cover of "Roll and Tumble Blues" by Hambone Willie Newbern.
|1||Dust My Broom|
|2||Shake Your Moneymaker|
|3||Look Over Yonder Wall|
|4||Got To Move|
|5||One Way Out|
|6||The Sky Is Crying|
|8||Rollin' And Tumblin'|
|9||Done Somebody Wrong|
|10||Baby Please Set A Date|
|11||It Hurts Me Too|
|12||The Twelve Year Old Boy|
|13||Cry For Me Baby|
|14||Knockin' At Your Door|
|15||Standing At The Crossroads|
|16||Mean And Evil (the Way You Treat Me)|
|17||Rock My Baby Right|
|18||Hand In Hand|
|19||Ealry In The Morning|
|Bonus Track (Original 1951 Studio Version)|
|21||Dust My Broom|