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The indipensable sides for Mel London's Profile, Chief, and Age labels (and a few for USA Records that directly followed). Backed by a modern-sounding crew that included immaculate guitarist Earl Hooker, saxist A.C. Reed, and keyboardist Johnny "Big Moose" Walker, Wells enjoyed a considerable R&B hit with the grinding "Little by Little," glides atop a churning rhythm groove on the original "Messin' With the Kid," rocks "Lovey Dovey Lovely One" and the hokey-but-fun "I Need Me a Car," and blows some husky amplified harmonica ...

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  1. Come on in This House
  2. Little by Little
  3. So Tired
  4. She's a Sweet One
  5. It Hurts Me Too
  6. Universal Rock
  7. Messin' With the Kid
  8. Prison Bars All Around Me
  9. You Couldn't Care
  10. I Could Cry
  11. You Sure Look Good to Me
  12. When the Cat's Gone the Mice Play
  13. Two-Headed Woman
  14. Cha Cha Cha in Blues
  15. Lovey Dovey Lovey One
  16. I'm a Stranger
  17. The Things I'd Do for You
  18. I Need Me a Car
  19. I'll Get You Too
  20. One Day (Every Goodbye Ain't Gone)
  21. Calling All Blues
  22. Love Me
  23. Galloping Horses a Lazy Mule
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1957-1963
1991, Paula Records

UPC: 097453000329

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