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March 08, 2011
Jasmine Records
Blues, Early R&B, Rock & Roll, Electric Chicago Blues, Regional Blues

Album Review

With his patented shave-and-a-haircut rhythm (it even bears his name), Bo Diddley was one of the most important and influential artists during the early days of rock & roll. This set collects -- in the original mono versions -- both the A and B sides of his singles for Chess Records between 1955 and 1959. Not everything is here (“Road Runner,” for instance, one of his most enduring releases, is absent), but there’s enough to make this a pretty good set.
Steve Leggett, Rovi

Track Listing

  1. I'm a Man
  2. Bo Diddley
  3. Diddley Daddy
  4. She's Fine She's Mine
  5. Pretty Thing
  6. Bring It to Jerome
  7. Diddy Wah Diddy
  8. I'm Looking for a Woman
  9. I'm Bad
  10. Who Do You Love
  11. Cops and Robbers
  12. Down Home Special
  13. Hey Bo Diddley
  14. Mona
  15. Say Boss Man
  16. Before You Accuse Me
  17. Hush Your Mouth
  18. Dearest Darlin
  19. Bo Meets the Monster
  20. Willie and Lillie
  21. I'm Sorry
  22. Oh Yeah
  23. Crackin' Up
  24. The Great Grandfather
  25. Say Man
  26. The Clock Strikes Twelve