Old Time Blues
The Thrill Is Gone (original), Roy Hawkins 1951 - Written and recorded by Roy Hawkins the same year the “first” rock song (“Rocket 88“) was recorded and released, the original “The Thrill is Gone” is a much more standard blues number than King’s remake, which contains a string arrangement and faster tempo. While Hawkins’ version contains the slightest bit of the R backbeat that would help bridge blues to rock & roll, it is as much influenced by jazz as any other music style.
Spoonful is a blues standard written by Willie Dixon and lyrically based on Charley Pattons Spoonful Blues. It appears on several Howlin Wolfs albums. Wolfs iconic photo 1:20-1:31 by permission of Sandy Guy Schoenfeld - www.howlingwolfphotos.com Take a look at this site! I higly recommend it if you want to see some incredible pics ...
"You Gotta Move" is a song written by Fred McDowell and Rev. Gary Davis. Being a well-known song of McDowell's, covered by The Rolling Stones in their 1971 album Sticky Fingers. The album which included this song was recorded at McDowell's home in Como, Mississippi in 1964, and in Holy Springs, Mississippi and Berkeley, California in 1965.
Shake 'em on Down / Mississippi Fred McDowell