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James Blood Ulmer
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In & Out Records

Originally issued in Germany in '90, Blues All night presents Ulmer as a blues and funk singer and guitarist and is every bit as underwhelming as the all-instrumental "In the Name of..." is overwhelming. Ulmer may be one of the most innovative guitarists of his generation, but he's a mediocre vocalist and an inept lyricist. When he's not serving up transparent rip-offs of Sly Stone ("Calling Marry") and Otis Redding ("Changing Times"), he's offering tuneless vamps such as "Baby Snatcher" or tedious sermons such as "Peace and Happiness."

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1) Blues Allnight
2) Calling Marry
3) Peace and Happiness
4) She Ain't So Cold
5) Changing Times
6) Baby Snatcher
7) Boss Machine
8) I Don't Know Why

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Blues All Night | James Blood Ulmer