Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection - Various Artists

Alligator Records 40th Anniversary Collection

Various Artists

  • Genre: Blues
  • Release Date: 2011-02-22
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 38

  • ℗ 2011 Alligator Records


Title Artist Time
I'm a Woman Koko Taylor 4:35 USD 0.99
I Ain't Drunk Albert Collins 4:07 USD 0.99
Strange Feeling Michael Burks 4:30 USD 0.99
Backup Plan Tommy Castro 4:33 USD 0.99
Icicles In My Meatloaf Lil' Ed & The Blues Imperials 5:01 USD 0.99
We the People Guitar Shorty 4:21 USD 0.99
U B U Rick Estrin & The Nightcats 4:01 USD 0.99
The Party's Still Going On Marcia Ball 3:26 USD 0.99
That's a Pretty Good Love Roomful of Blues 2:56 USD 0.99
Have Blues, Will Travel Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King 4:07 USD 0.99
Going Home Son Seals 3:44 USD 0.99
Give Me My Coat and Shoes Buddy Guy & Junior Wells 3:51 USD 0.99
Slipped, Tripped and Fell In L Janiva Magness 3:42 USD 0.99
Mojo Boogie Johnny Winter 4:54 USD 0.99
Last Dirty Deal Coco Montoya 3:54 USD 0.99
Fish Ain't Bitin' Corey Harris 3:30 USD 0.99
All the King's Horses Luther Allison 5:38 USD 0.99
Echoes of My Sins Anders Osborne 4:35 USD 0.99
Double Whammy (a.k.a. Wham!) Lonnie Mack 3:35 USD 0.99
T-Bone Shuffle Albert Collins, Robert Cray & Johnny Copeland 4:56 USD 0.99
Don't Take Advantage of Me Lonnie Brooks 4:05 USD 0.99
A Good Leavin' Alone Eddy "The Chief" Clearwater 4:09 USD 0.99
Sitting At Home Alone Hound Dog Taylor 5:23 USD 0.99
Roll Your Moneymaker Elvin Bishop & Little Smokey Smothers 4:05 USD 0.99
With the Quickness James Cotton 2:34 USD 0.99
It's My Own Tears Shemekia Copeland 6:06 USD 0.99
Red Beans (a.k.a. I Got My Moj Professor Longhair 4:12 USD 0.99
Where Hwy 61 Runs Charlie Musselwhite 4:00 USD 0.99
You Can't Judge a Book By the Roy Buchanan 3:23 USD 0.99
Step Into the Light Mavis Staples 4:22 USD 0.99
Speak No Evil Tinsley Ellis 4:01 USD 0.99
It's a Drag Eric Lindell 3:21 USD 0.99
Going Down to the River Saffire - The Uppity Blues Women 3:14 USD 0.99
Feed My Soul Holmes Brothers 4:49 USD 0.99
Two-Fisted Mama Katie Webster 3:07 USD 0.99
Daddy Pinnochio William Clarke 3:43 USD 0.99
When the Levee Breaks Buckwheat Zydeco 5:17 USD 0.99
The Sun Is Shining Down JJ Grey & Mofro 4:32 USD 0.99


  • Alligator music Anniversity

    By Aedwardsr
    Blues 2 reach u're Soul that's where U Live with heart ache pain of your World
  • I'll wait for 45...

    By jmdaniel
    I actually passed on buying this, as I have about half of it already. C'mon Alligator, adding a track from Showdown?!? One of my top 5 favorite albums, but you don't have more current stuff?
  • Wonderful Blues Music

    By pwtv
    ... just makes me wanna get up and dance!!!
  • No way

    By 08rocker
    If you reAlly like the BLUES, don't even think about this commercial crap!!!
  • What a dream come true!

    By Corporal of RnR
    38 Killer sounding Blues Tunes for $9.99? This must be a mistake because its $17 on the Alligator Website...but either way I am glad I cam across it! Outstanding songs and production! Sittin here hittin the J.D. and listening! Great compilation with a poor mans price...thanks Blues gods!
  • Great Value Buy

    By mp3killcdstar
    Two discs worth of great rockin blues for $10. I did not have any if these tracks in my collection and an very pleased with the purchase. Recommended.
  • Smokin' Blues Deal!

    By rkughen
    What a great price for 38 smokin' blues tracks. If you're not already a blues fan, drop a 10-spot and given this disc a couple of spins. You soon will be a blues fan. If you're already a blues fan, then you know what a great deal this record is, so get to buyin'!
  • Great class of music

    By DaBigMan1234
    Awesome songs. There is nothing like the blues man.
  • The Legacy of “Genuine Houserockin’ Music”

    By tbluesh2
    In addition to containing authoritative blues and roots music, this two-CD set comes with an attractive, low-cost retail price, 160 minutes of completely re-mastered music, 38 recordings released between 1978 and 2011, and cleverly-written mini-biographies about the artists in the 32 page liner booklet. With a guitar that is loud and in-your-face, Coco Montoya delivers a kickin’ and killer track. Lil’ Ed Williams’ rollicking energy is boundless, and his guitar is a fireball. You’ll experience images of live wires crackling while Johnny Winter’s slide guitar is explosive. Guitar Shorty’s savage blues are angry with fierce attitude. Tinsley Ellis is fueled on rock power. The Holmes Brothers emit redemptive vocal harmonies. Luther Allison releases an emotional and expressive lament. Rick Estrin’s nimble as a cat vocals and classic harp are the core of The Nightcats’ bouncy sound. The Queen of the Blues, Koko Taylor, dishes out traditional, electric blues with commanding sass while her throaty vocals roar. If you want to know what pure Chicago Blues sounds like then listen to the aggressive music of Son Seals. Lonnie Brooks’ booming voice, sassy guitar, and enthusiastic rhythms are as fulfilling as a bowl of gumbo. Like a spontaneous, wild party thrown by your College roommate, Hound Dog Taylor creates a welcome racket that you can’t resist joining. Two of America’s roadhouse kingpins – Roy Buchanan and Delbert McClinton – create the definitive version of a Willie Dixon standard. New Orleans piano master, Professor Longhair, creates a party out of the great Louisiana pastime of cooking. Albert Collins and guests are represented via a track from the best-selling disc Showdown! Alligator’s varied roster of remarkable artists isn’t bursting with acoustic performers, yet Buddy Guy and Junior Wells prove acoustic blues can be rejuvenating. Although there was no room in the liner to list all the impressive sidemen on these sessions, they include: Billy Branch, Johnny B. Moore, Sammy Lawhorn, Pinetop Perkins, Abb Locke, Johnny B. Gayden, Ken Saydak, and countless others. Driven with a fervent passion for music and using the same hard work ethic as its artists, Alligator Records has begun the careers of new stars e.g., Corey Harris, rescued the careers of existing stars e.g., Lonnie Mack, and ensured the careers of living legends e.g., James Cotton, continue to evolve. This collective body of works celebrates the legacy of their “Genuine Houserockin’ Music” artists. TbluesH2