Blues Jam At Chess Blue Horizon 7-66227

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 Blues Jam At Chess

Blue Horizon 7-66227 / pure pleasure 


2 x vinyl lp 

Title: Blues Jam At Chess

Artist: Fleetwood Mac + various

Cat. No: 7-66227

Label: Blue Horizon

Produced by Mike Vernon and Marshall Chess

(Original release date 1969)

Reissue mastered by Ray Staff at Alchemy

Pressed on 180 gram vinyl by Pallas

(double album gatefold sleeve)



Volume One 

Side One: 1. Watch Out – Peter Green, vocal, guitar;Danny Kirwan, guitar;John McVie, bass;Mick Fleetwood, drums  2.Ooh Baby – Peter Green, vocal, guitar;John McVieMick Fleetwood  3.South Indiana(take 1), 4.South Indiana(take 2) – Walter ‘Shakey’ Horton, harmonica;Peter GreenDanny KirwanJohn McVieMick Fleetwood  5.Last Night – Peter GreenWalter ‘Shakey’ HortonDanny KirwanJohn McVieMick Fleetwood  6.Red Hot Jam – Peter GreenWalter ‘Shakey’ HortonBuddy Guy, guitar; Honey Boy Edwards, guitar; Willie Dixon, string bass; Mick Fleetwood.

Side Two: 1.I’m Worried,  2.I Held My Baby Last Night,  3.Madison Blues  4.I Can’t Hold Out – Jeremy Spencer, vocal, slide-guitar; J.T.Brown, tenor saxophone; Danny KirwanWillie DixonMick Fleetwood  5.I Need Your Love, 6.I Got The Blues – Walter ‘Shakey’ Horton, vocal, harmonica; Peter GreenDanny KirwanOtis Spann, piano; John McVieS.P.Leary, drums.


Volume Two

Side One:1. World’s In A Tangle – Danny Kirwan, vocal, guitar;Peter GreenOtis SpannJohn McVieS.P. Leary  2.Talk With You,  3.Like It This way – Danny Kirwan, vocal, guitar; Peter GreenOtis SpannJohn McVieMick Fleetwood 4.Someday Soon Baby, 5. Hungary Country Girl – Otis Spann, vocal, piano; Peter GreenDanny KirwanJohn McVieMick Fleetwood

Side Two: 1.Black Jack Blues – J.T.Brown, vocal, tenor saxophone; Jeremy SpencerHoney Boy EdwardsWillie DixonMick Fleetwood  2.Everyday I Have The Blues,  3.Rockin’ Boogie – Jeremy Spencer, vocal, guitar; J.T. BrownPeter GreenHoney Boy EdwardsWillie DixonMick Fleetwood 4.Sugar Mama, 5. Homework – Peter Green, vocal; Danny KirwanOtis SpannJohn McVieMick Fleetwood.


Recorded in the Chess Ter-Mar Studios, Chicago, January 1969


No introduction needed for this fabulous release. Arguably one of the greatest blues recordings laid down in the last 40 years! Just checking out the track listing and personnel says it all. Originally released on Mike Vernon's highly collectable and revered Blue Horizon label in 1969, this pressing will become a must for all serious collectors and muso's alike!

Remastered from the original ¼ inch tapes. The sound quality is awesome!