Some, such as Mick Jagger, Robert Plant, Eric Clapton and Chuck Berry, owe Willie Dixon a chunk of nearly dime they ever made, and an earful of nearly every aviation they ever received. If there'd been no Willie Dixon. Chess Records wouldn't have been as mighty a force as it was in shaping the great post-war blues explosion, and in helping to build the foundation of rock 'n' roll. And a lot of Led Zepplin fans would still have their full hearing. Willie Dixon is the man who changed the style of the blues. As a songwriter and producer, the man was a genius. If you wanted a hit song, you went to Willie Dixon. Played it like he said play it, and sing it like he said sing it, and you damn near always had a hit.
Tracklisting: - I Just Want to Make Love to You - I Got the Blues - Wang Dang Doodle - Seventh Son - Peace - Sandy Field - Built for Comfort - Jungle Song