Luther Allison Love The People 1997

Love The People is a live album by Luther Allison.

It was recorded at the Barrymore Theater in Madison, Wisconsin on July 10, 1997 on the day he was told he had cancer. This was to be his last concert and was recorded by Triple M Radio on 105.5 FM, Madison.

This album was released on Alligator Records and is distributed by the Luther Allison Madison Memorial fund with the aim of raising enough money to finance a memorial for him.

A second album called Madison Blues contains more of the concert but this isn’t authorised by his estate. You can read more at

Luther Allison Love The People

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Songs On Luther Allison Love The People

Will It Ever Change
Low Down And Dirty
It Hurts Me Too
You Can’t Always Get What You Want
Meet Me In My Own Hometown – a studio recording done with his son, Bernard Allison.


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2 thoughts on “Luther Allison Love The People 1997”

  1. One of my regrets is I never went to see or his wild performances. At the least I can listen ten to his last outing, which was outstanding by all measures of the word.

    1. I agree. I’d have loved to have seen him play live but I hadn’t hard of him until after he’d died so I had no chance.

      Such a shame he didn’t get the success and attention he deserved. At least I feel more people are becoming awae of him these days so his legacy can live on and then there is the work of his son, Bernard Allison. He’s on my “to be investigated” list.

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