In Memorium (1935-1984) contains most of the highlights of Z.Z. Hill's glorious blues-singing stint at Malaco, although his individual albums possess more than their share of worthwhile moments that aren't included here. But with hallowed titles like "Down Home Blues," "Someone Else Is Slippin' In," and "Everybody Knows About My Good Thing," this stunning collection neatly summarizes Hill's heartwarming rise to blues power.
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AllMusic Review by Bill Dahl