Step It Up And Go [traditional] by John Roundcity & Dooley Wilson
Lonesome John Roundcity and Dooley Wilson (of Henry & June, Boogaloosa Prayer, and Legend of The Drunken Monkey) phone it in from a bathroom in Maumee, OH, with some of the sickest blues in the living world. Bottleneck slide and corn whiskey sound completely appropriate over the telephone. Pure, unhinged WTF?! Unfortunately most of the set consisted of songs by folks like Son House, Leadbelly, Muddy Waters, Francis Scrapper Blackwell, and Willie Dixon that aren't yet in the public domain (so can't be included here), but you can hear the entire staggering hour-and-a-half at http://www.phoningitin.net/.
Step It Up And Go [traditional] by John Roundcity & Dooley Wilson is licensed under a Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.