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R.L. Burnside's 1994 album, featuring members of Vinyl Me, Please. Produced by New York Times music critic Robert Palmer and recorded in 1993 at Junior Kimbrough's Juke Joint near Chulahoma, Mississippi, 'Too Bad Jim' is Burnside at his best, with a family band and 'adopted son' Kenny Brown on second guitar.

Track Listing:
1. Shake 'Em On Down - R.L. Burnside (4.49)
2. When My First Wife Left Me - R.L. Burnside (3.48)
3. Short-haired Woman - R.L. Burnside (3.43)
4. Old Black Mattie - R.L. Burnside (4.11)
5. Fireman Ring the Bell - R.L. Burnside (4)
6. Peaches - R.L. Burnside (4.18)
7. Miss Glory B. - R.L. Burnside (3.26)
8. .44 Pistol - R.L. Burnside (2.58)
9. Death Bell Blues - R.L. Burnside (3.55)
10. Goin' Down South - R.L. Burnside (5.51)

Year of Production: 1994