Live On Maxwell Street is a live album by Robert Nighthawk.
It was recorded in the street in Chicago on September 24th, 1964.
Songs On Robert Nighthawk Live On Maxwell Street
Cheating And Lying Blues – 5:00
Juke Medley – 1:37
The Time Have Come – 5:13
Honey Hush – 3:37
I Need Love So Bad – 5:25
Take It Easy Baby – 4:09
Annie Lee/Sweet Black Angel – 6:57
Big World Blues – 3:08
Maxwell Street Jam – 2:21
I Got News For You – 4:23
All I Want For Breakfast/Them Kind Of People – 4:10
Mama Talk To Your Daughter – 6:06
The Real McCoy – 3:21
Interview – 13:32
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