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Vinyl LP pressing of this 2006 EP from the Alt-Rock duo, a collection of songs written by Blues great Junior Kimbrough.

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1 Keep Your Hands off Her
2 Have Mercy on Me
3 Work Me
4 Meet Me in the City
5 Nobody But You
6 My Mind Is Ramblin''

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Dr. Death
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The music of the one and only Junior Kimbrough brought to life by The Black Keys!
Reviewed in the United States on August 25, 2019
Slap this baby in your player and hit repeat because this is the real deal. The Black Keys have been at it for a long time now but on this album they pay homage to the man, Junior Kimbrough! Featuring some excellent guitar playing, this is electric blues the way it was... See more
Slap this baby in your player and hit repeat because this is the real deal. The Black Keys have been at it for a long time now but on this album they pay homage to the man, Junior Kimbrough! Featuring some excellent guitar playing, this is electric blues the way it was meant to sound. This shows you that The Blues are still cool and that for newcomers this sound from The South by way of Ohio is the perfect introduction to the sound of heartbreak and mourning. Play it loud and proud! This is the album that I have been looking for!
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David
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great album, horrible pressing
Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2019
I adore this album!! The Keys version of Meet me in the City gives me goosebumps. If your looking for a good experience on vinyl though, this isn''t it. Its quite honestly a lousy pressing. There is so much noise, cracks, and pops that it makes it a truly maddening... See more
I adore this album!! The Keys version of Meet me in the City gives me goosebumps. If your looking for a good experience on vinyl though, this isn''t it. Its quite honestly a lousy pressing. There is so much noise, cracks, and pops that it makes it a truly maddening experience when all you wanna hear is the Black Keys cover Junior Kimbrough. Avoid this album on vinyl, at least of this pressing. Perhaps the limited burnt vinyl will sound better.
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gratefulshrink
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
perfect way to slide into some Fat Possum
Reviewed in the United States on May 7, 2013
I have been listening to and collecting blues for about 20 years (my most favorite bluesmen include Lightnin'' Hopkins and John Lee Hooker). While expanding my blues collection to the Hill Country Blues of Mississippi, I have been digging into RL Burnside, Junior Kimbrough,... See more
I have been listening to and collecting blues for about 20 years (my most favorite bluesmen include Lightnin'' Hopkins and John Lee Hooker). While expanding my blues collection to the Hill Country Blues of Mississippi, I have been digging into RL Burnside, Junior Kimbrough, and some lesser-known artists recorded on the Fat Possum label. The label (plus a recent interest in the White Stripes) is what led me to the Black Keys. This long EP/short LP is the perfect meeting of drone-oriented Hill Country blues and slacker-esque Black Keys grunge/blues/rock. I hope it motivates listeners to delve into lesser-known blues artists like Robert Belfour and Charles Caldwell ( What''s Wrong With You ; Pushin My Luck ; Remember Me ; all on Fat Possum) and/or explore more Black Keys music. Thank you, Fat Possum!
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Great Album
Reviewed in the United States on December 9, 2019
This album by the Black Keys is a tribute to the songs of Junior Kimbrough. It is one of my favorites and a great addition to my vinyl collection. The insert has a very touching dedication written by Dan Auerbach in honor and admiration of Junior''s music.
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r
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great album, cheap vinyl
Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2018
Great album, cheap vinyl. The LP is on vinyl so thin I felt like it would break in my hands, and was sharply warped in one spot. Part of the first song had a printing flaw that caused it to miss a beat. Nicely packaged, but should have received better... See more
Great album, cheap vinyl.

The LP is on vinyl so thin I felt like it would break in my hands, and was sharply warped in one spot. Part of the first song had a printing flaw that caused it to miss a beat.

Nicely packaged, but should have received better for the price. I have since managed to flatten out the warp
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Thomas A. Minor
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What could have been
Reviewed in the United States on September 16, 2012
I''ve turned so many music loving people on to Delta Blues, Kimbrough, etc. through this cd. I will throw it on at a poker party and wait for the question from that discerning music fan, "who IS this??". I can only hope and pray the Keys throw us another blues... See more
I''ve turned so many music loving people on to Delta Blues, Kimbrough, etc. through this cd. I will throw it on at a poker party and wait for the question from that discerning music fan, "who IS this??".

I can only hope and pray the Keys throw us another blues album like Chulahoma. I love people complaining that its all "covers" or that its not played with "12 bars" and go on to say they are a "true blues" fan (whatever that means) not knowing I guess that many of their favorite classic 12 bar blues songs are actually covers of covers, etc.

I guess that''s why music is subjective. My advice to anybody that seems to appreciate music of all genres is in keep your mind open and your eyes closed. Otherwise you might end up painting yourself into a corner where only 12 bars sounds right to you ;)
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Ay
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Musics Great...vinyl not so much
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2021
Love this album. Love the sound. The Black Keys killed it. The quality of the vinyl was poor. The album skipped and scratched every few beats. It was hard to listen to my favorite album.
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Richard Downing
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A guilty pleasure--no, a pleasure.
Reviewed in the United States on June 21, 2015
God forgive me, I''m a Junior Kimbrough purist, but I keep playing "Chulahoma." I doubt I''ll ever buy another Black Keys album (don''t hate me, Black Keys devotees. They can play; I''m just not their audience). If you''re a Kimbrough fan and if you''ve been on the fence... See more
God forgive me, I''m a Junior Kimbrough purist, but I keep playing "Chulahoma." I doubt I''ll ever buy another Black Keys album (don''t hate me, Black Keys devotees. They can play; I''m just not their audience). If you''re a Kimbrough fan and if you''ve been on the fence about "Chulahoma" (the town where Junior was born), then get off the fence (carefully) and buy this. Your friends don''t have to know.
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Mr. James
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Warped (but playable) 5* for the Music
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 13, 2021
As per the title, a superb EP of songs. The vinyl packaging was slightly damaged/creased in the top left corner, and more annoying was that the vinyl itself was fairly warped. This did not affect playback though as my LP120XUSB tends to handle warped records like this...See more
As per the title, a superb EP of songs. The vinyl packaging was slightly damaged/creased in the top left corner, and more annoying was that the vinyl itself was fairly warped. This did not affect playback though as my LP120XUSB tends to handle warped records like this fairly well. 4 stars due to the warp, and damage to case, but 5* to The Black Keys for this EP, it is tremendous Blues rock.
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slysquirrel
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Possibly the best thing they''ve ever done
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 30, 2013
I''m a Black Keys fan but their take on Junior Kimbrough''s music is extraordinary. It''s a shame that a blues artist as talented as Kimbrough needs the intervention of a modern band to introduce the world to his genius, yet out of that unfairness has risen something...See more
I''m a Black Keys fan but their take on Junior Kimbrough''s music is extraordinary. It''s a shame that a blues artist as talented as Kimbrough needs the intervention of a modern band to introduce the world to his genius, yet out of that unfairness has risen something wonderful. Describing this as the best thing the Keys have ever done isn''t meant as an insult, after all they had the entire Kimbrough backlog to choose from so you''d expect an EP of covers to stand a fair chance of being successful, and this is a masterpiece. This is blues that is sad yet somehow simultaneously gloriously uplifting, almost hypnotic, and you''ll find yourself drifting off into another world at times, carried along by the music. If you''re a fan of the Black Keys or even just have a passing interest in the blues, buy this. And if you''re not a fan of Junior Kimbrough yet then do yourself a favour and buy yourself some of his own recordings too, as I can''t believe anyone who likes the blues could fail to fall in love with his music. The word "genius" is much over-used but Kimbrough deserves the tag, and paired with one of the most innovative bands of the last decade it''s no surprise this record is as good as it is.
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shawn cross
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Ep worth purchashing!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on July 8, 2015
This was the Ep made before the fantastic `Magic Potion` album was released and after `Rubber Factory` It has hints of both albums and is an Ep so don''t expect a brilliant piece of work but definitely a notable one worth purchasing if you are a fan of the 2 piece blues act...See more
This was the Ep made before the fantastic `Magic Potion` album was released and after `Rubber Factory` It has hints of both albums and is an Ep so don''t expect a brilliant piece of work but definitely a notable one worth purchasing if you are a fan of the 2 piece blues act from the states. Stand out songs include `nobody but you` and `keep your hands off her` and the rest ambles along nicely in their blues infused rock noise. If your a fan an essential purchase.
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Michael J. Law
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Great album, pre-El Camino, made in 2006 the last with Fat Possum
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 30, 2013
Excellent wistful rambling blues album recorded as tribute to Junior Kimbrough a black Mississippi blues guitarists who died in 1998. The CD is short on content at just 27 minutes and was the last album to be recorded with Fat Possum Recorded before The Black Keys moved to...See more
Excellent wistful rambling blues album recorded as tribute to Junior Kimbrough a black Mississippi blues guitarists who died in 1998. The CD is short on content at just 27 minutes and was the last album to be recorded with Fat Possum Recorded before The Black Keys moved to Nonesuch, after which their style changed direction. So this is a retrospective look at The Black Keys work, and after 3 or 4 plays, somehow really works. Anyone who likes The Keys, White Stripes, Led Zeppelin etc in blues mode, will love this.
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Adz
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 30, 2018
Really good album. Sounds even better on the vinyl. Underrated in my opinion.
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