This 1973 release features some of the last Bukka White recordings featuring songs that span his career. At the time, White played on Beale Street in Mississippi regularly, and his chops are are dead on and his feel simply grooves. His improvisational vocal style along with his driving playing make this record a final Memphis party and show why he was one of the Kings of the Blues. Originally on Biograph, available for the first time since it's original release on 180 Gram vinyl. Tracks: Side 11. Black Cat Bone Blues 2. 1936 Triggertoe 3. Cryin' Holy Unto the Lord 4. Shake My Hand Blues 5. Sic 'Em Dogs On 6. Gibson Hill Side 21. Mama Don' 'Low 2. Hot Springs Arkansas 3. Jelly Roll Workin' Man 4. Black Crepe Blues 5. Glory Bound Train 6. Aberdeen Mississippi Blues.