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Too Bad Jim is cut from the same cloth as it's predecessor, Bad Luck City. It features R.L. Burnside fronting a small juke joint combo, tearing through some greasy blues. However, Too Bad Jim is the better album, simply from a performance standpoint. Burnside sounds more relaxed and the band steps back from the spotlight slightly, letting the guitarist burn brightly on his own, showcasing his deep blues roots.
1.1 Shake 'Em on Down 1.2 When My First Wife Left Me 1.3 Short Haired Woman 1.4 Old Black Mattie 1.5 Fireman Ring the Bell 1.6 Peaches 1.7 Miss Glory B 1.8 .44 Pistol 1.9 Death Bell Blues 1.10 Goin' Down South