Blues Jam In Chicago, Vol. 2 (Remastered and Expanded) - Fleetwood Mac

Blues Jam In Chicago, Vol. 2 (Remastered and Expanded)

Fleetwood Mac

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2004-10-12
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 18

  • ℗ 1999 Blue Horizon Records


Title Artist Time
World's In a Tangle Fleetwood Mac 5:25 USD 0.99
Talk With You Fleetwood Mac 3:27 USD 0.99
Like It This Way Fleetwood Mac 4:24 USD 0.99
Someday Soon Baby Fleetwood Mac 7:36 USD 0.99
Hungry Country Girl Fleetwood Mac 5:46 USD 0.99
Black Jack Blues Fleetwood Mac 5:08 USD 0.99
Everyday I Have the Blues Fleetwood Mac 4:54 USD 1.29
Rockin' Boogie Fleetwood Mac 3:57 USD 0.99
My Baby's Gone Fleetwood Mac 4:04 USD 0.99
Sugar Mama (Take 1: Incomplete Fleetwood Mac 0:49 USD 0.99
I Loved Another Woman (Take 1: Fleetwood Mac 6:08 USD 0.99
Homework Fleetwood Mac 3:20 USD 0.99
Honey Boy Blues Fleetwood Mac 2:19 USD 0.99
I Need Your Love (Take 1: Inco Fleetwood Mac 2:15 USD 0.99
Horton's Boogie Woogie (Take 2 Fleetwood Mac 3:39 USD 0.99
Have a Good Time Fleetwood Mac 4:54 USD 0.99
That's Wrong Fleetwood Mac 4:12 USD 0.99
Rock Me Baby Fleetwood Mac 3:24 USD 0.99


  • Blues jam in Chicago vol 2 ( possibly includes vol 1)

    By Fisher one
    I guess FM is on this record but there's not much evidence of's more like a 'Best of Chess' compilation. Not complaining, some very nice blues on the album, made me realize all over again how well Otis Spann, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells went together; to my mind the greatest blues band ever, although in this album instead of Junior Wells you have Walter Horton, another fabulous harp man. Confused? Here's British record store owner Mark Barry to straighten you out on this many times made over album From Mark Barry, Reckless records, UK The tapes have been digitally remastered to STUNNING SOUND QUALITY - the booklet has informative and detailed liner notes by MIKE VERNON. Missing from the Apple download hence this review. WALTER HORTON plays Harmonica on CD tracks 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 13, 14 and 15 BUDDY GUY, HONEYBOY EDWARDS and WILLIE DIXON are on 6 and 7 JEREMY SPENCER replaces Peter Green on Guitar and Vocal for 8, 9 10 and 11 - these tracks also feature J.T. BROWN on Tenor Sax with WILLIE DIXON on Upright Bass OTIS SPANN plays Piano and S.P. LEARY plays drums on 13, 14 and 15 Fans greet the album itself with equal amounts of affection and disdain because at times it sounds like one long rehearsal - and a slightly uninspired and dull one at that. It's not that its bad - it just isn't red hot like you'd think it should have been. Highlights, however, include the lovely shuffle of "Watch Out", the harmonica driven slow blues of "Last Night" and the slashing Elmore James riffs in "I Can't Hold Out" (lyrics above). "Bobby's Rock" is a rubbishy extra, but Take 1 of "Horton's Boogie Woogie" is fantastic - alive and kicking and worth the price of entry alone. I play it a lot and it picks me up every time. To sum up then - this is a 5 star presentation of a 3 to 4 star album - but there's still enough magic on here to recommend it. And for Mac and Blues fans, it's a necessity.
  • soopermick

    By soopermick
    To the person looking for white dove, i think you are looking for a song called albatross on fleetwood mac live album, shrine '69.Peter Green never received the recognition as being one of the best bluesman of the British blues era.
  • A blues classic!

    By jmcollins362
    This is where Fleetwood Mac should have stayed!!! Excellent, live in studio blues music!
  • Great Blues

    By Mitchre1
    What a great jam session! Must have for any Blues/British Blues fan.
  • No, no... u humm...

    By musicuziluvit
    I can't find any song called white winged dove... this is just terrible!

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