Moosejaw Jackson | Hotstuff

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Hotstuff

by Moosejaw Jackson

R&B... Heavy on the B
Genre: Blues: Rockin' Blues
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1. Hotstuff
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2. Be Right Back
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3:06 album only
3. River of Love
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2:53 album only
4. Hold On to the Blues
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2:41 album only
5. Sweet Lovin
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5:50 album only
6. (I Was Only) Jokin'
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7. Some Folks Say
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8. Po Me
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9. Welcome to My Blues
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10. (Don't Know) Nothin' Bout a Woman
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Moosejaw Jackson (Gerald Summers) and Otis Cunningham (Jim Carrington) played in various bands together while in high school in Richmond California. Moosejaw married, settled down and raised a family while Otis continued to follow his musical muse.
Fast forward about 40 years and we find the boys reunited though the magic of the internet and soon a plan is hatched to get back to business, namely, making music. Otis had written a tune with Moosejaw in mind but it is soon discovered that Moosejaw is a very talented songwriter in his own right. The result is this joint effort humbly entitled "Hotstuff" which is, in fact, "Heavy on the B."


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