Lowell Fulson

1946 to 1953

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Guitarist/singer Lowell Fulson has long been an overlooked blues innovator, overshadowed by more commercially successful artists such as B.B. King. In truth, Fulson gave King "Three O'Clock Blues," which became a hit for King in the '50s. British label JSP does its best to present a more complete picture of Fulson with the four-CD box set Lowell Fulson 1946 to 1953. A superb collection, the set traces the rise of Fulson from obscure Oklahoma guitar slinger to "chitlin circuit" blues star.

Track Listing - Disc 1

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
1
2:38
2
2:16
3 2:48
4 2:50
5 2:51
6 2:45
7 2:26
8 2:37
9 2:32
10 2:43
11 3:01
12 2:22
13 2:58
14 2:40
15 3:23
16 3:11
17 2:45
18 2:46
19 2:58
20 3:12
21 3:00
22 2:57
23 2:59
24 2:55
25 2:45
26 2:49
27 2:54
28 2:56

Track Listing - Disc 3

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
1 3:15
2 3:34
3
2:51
4 3:17
5 2:49
6
3:21
7
2:42
8
2:35
9 2:52
10 2:30
11 2:32
12 2:35
13 2:41
14
2:44
15 2:32
16 2:37
17
2:37
18 2:58
19 2:38
20
2:29
21 3:02
22 2:31
23 2:37
24 2:30
25
2:56
26 2:54
27 2:49
28 2:58

Track Listing - Disc 4

Sample Title/Composer Performer Time
1 2:11
2
2:30
3 2:39
4
2:49
5 2:31
6 2:15
7 2:36
8
2:39
9
2:52
10 2:49
11
2:48
12
2:28
13
2:36
14
2:29
15 2:30
16 2:35
17 2:35
18
2:34
19
2:45
20 2:22
21 2:30
22
2:54
23
2:59
24 2:17
25
2:23
26
3:19
27 2:37
28
1:55
29 2:23
30 2:34
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