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Released  1994
Artist  Pete York
Genre  Blues
Recorded  1991
Release date  1994
Similar  Super Blues, Hungary for the Blues, The Art of Chris Farlowe, The Battle of North West Six, The Time Is Near

Superblues is an album by the drummer, Pete York. Recorded live on tour in Germany in 1991, it was not released until 1994.


It contains a version of John Lee Hooker's hit "Dimples" which was also the first single released by The Spencer Davis Group in 1964; and a cover of Ashton, Gardner and Dyke's 1971 hit, "Resurrection Shuffle". The track "Lover Man", the full title of which is "Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be?)", was a 1941 hit song specially written for Billie Holiday.

Track listing

  1. "High Heel Sneakers" (Higginbottam)
  2. "Flip, Flop And Fly" (Calhoun, Big Joe Turner)
  3. "Parchman Farm" (Mose Allison)
  4. "Lover Man" (Jimmy Davis, Ram Ramirez, James Sherman)
  5. "Dimples" (John Lee Hooker, James Bracken)
  6. "Born Again"/"Get Back" (Davis/Dean + Lennon–McCartney)
  7. "Ain't No Love In The Heart Of The City" (Michael Price, Dan Walsh)
  8. "Never Too Old To Rock" (Mickey Jupp, Chris East)
  9. "Resurrection Shuffle" (Tony Ashton)
  10. "Out Of Time" (Jagger/Richards)
  11. "Johnny B. Goode" (Chuck Berry)


  • Chris Farlowe - vocals
  • Spencer Davis - guitar, vocals
  • Tony Ashton - keyboards, vocals
  • Miller Anderson - guitar, vocals
  • Eddie Hardin - keyboards, vocals
  • Bea Gebauer - vocals
  • Dick Morrissey - saxophone
  • Roy Williams - trombone
  • Wolfgang Dahlheimer - keyboards
  • Harvey Weston - bass
  • Gary Twigg - bass
  • Pete York - drums, vocals
  • References

    Superblues Wikipedia

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