Big Jack Reynolds | That's a Good Way to Get to Heaven

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That's a Good Way to Get to Heaven

by Big Jack Reynolds

Third Street Cigar Records presents the story of a great unsung American bluesman: Marshall "Big Jack" Reynolds. Third Street Cigar Records presents the music of a great unsung American bluesman: Marshall "Big Jack" Reynolds. Jack was the real deal!
Genre: Blues: Harmonica Blues
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1. Honest I Do
3:21 album only
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2. You Better Leave That Woman Alone
3:14 album only
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3. Go on to School
2:44 album only
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4. Scratch My Back
3:01 album only
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5. Shame, Shame, Shame
3:33 album only
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6. Help Me
3:08 album only
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7. Mean Old People
3:42 album only
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8. Walk on Up (But Keep That Red Dress On)
3:15 album only
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9. Poor Boy
2:40 album only
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10. Ah'w Baby
4:58 album only
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11. Hot Potato
3:11 album only
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12. Rock Me Baby
3:43 album only
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13. Gonna Love Somebody
2:12 album only
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14. Going Down Slow
4:26 album only
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15. In My Room
4:03 album only
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16. Made It up in Your Mind
2:24 album only
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17. I Had a Little Dog
2:26 album only
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18. She Moves Me
2:26 album only
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19. You Won't Treat Me Right
3:01 album only
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20. She Must Be a Millionaire
3:04 album only
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Big Jack was a real deal blues player with a mysterious past, a dynamic temperament, a soft heart, and a mean harmonica. He never found national success in his lifetime. But his deep blues and tough songs made him a legend to roots music connoisseurs and an example to many up-and-coming musicians in the Detroit and Toledo areas. This project not only features his catalog of music but features an 80 minute DVD that is a documentary of Jack’s story from those he touched most deeply, and who kept him going. And hear the man himself sing, blow, and tell his tales.

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