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Pat Hare

If highly distorted guitar played with a ton of aggression and just barely suppressed violence is your idea of great blues, then Pat Hare's your man. Born with the improbable name of Auburn Hare (one of those biographical oddities that even the most fanciful blues historian couldn't make up in a million years), he worked the '50s Memphis circuit, establishing his rep as a top-notch player with a scorching tone only rivaled by Howlin' Wolf's guitarist, Willie Johnson. Our first recorded glimpse of him occurs when he showed up at Sam Phillips' Memphis Recording Service sometime in 1953 to play on James Cotton's debut session for the Sun label. His aggressive, biting guitar work on both sides of that oft-anthologized single -- "Cotton Crop Blues" and "Hold Me in Your Arms" -- featured a guitar sound so overdriven that with the historical distance of several decades, it now sounds like a direct line to the coarse, distorted tones favored by modern rock players. But what is now easily attainable by 16-year-old kids on modern-day effects pedals just by stomping on a switch, Hare was accomplishing with his fingers and turning the volume knob on his Sears & Roebuck cereal-box-sized amp all the way to the right until the speaker was screaming.

After working with Cotton and numerous others around the Memphis area, Hare moved North to Chicago and by the late '50s was a regular member of the Muddy Waters band, appearing on the legendary Live at Newport, 1960 album. By all accounts Pat was a quiet, introspective man when sober, but once he started drinking the emotional tables turned in the opposite direction. After moving to Minneapolis in the '60s to work with fellow Waters bandmate Mojo Bruford, Hare was convicted of murder after a domestic dispute, spending the rest of his life behind bars. In one of the great ironies of the blues, one of the unissued tracks Pat Hare left behind in the Sun vaults was an original composition entitled, "I'm Gonna Murder My Baby." ~ Cub Koda
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Electric Blues - Part 1: Beginnings 1939-1954

Disc 1

1. Floyd's Guitar Blues

2. Mean Old World

3. Strange Things Happening Every Day

4. Drifting Blues

5. Ain't That Just Like A Woman

6. That's All Right

7. Let Me Play With Your Poodle

8. Call It Stormy Monday (But Tuesday Is Just As Bad)

9. Better Cut That Out

11. I Can't Be Satisfied

12. Boogie Chillen

13. Blues After Hours

14. Mary Is Fine

15. Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee

16. Hit The Road

17. Who's Been Jivin' You

19. My Special Friend Blues

20. Every Day I Have The Blues (Lonely Heart Blues)

21. Rock Awhile

22. Bon Ton Roula

23. Rollin' And Tumblin' Part 1

25. Rockin' All Day (Aka Rockin' And Reelin')

26. Love Don't Love Nobody

Disc 2

1. That's All Right

2. Midnight Boogie

3. Black Night

4. Rock Little Baby

5. Why Should I Cry?

6. Rocket '88'

7. How Many More Years?

8. Boogie Woogie Nighthawk

9. Baby Let's Go Down To The Woods

10. Kansas City Blues

12. Dust My Broom

13. I'm In The Mood

14. Cold Cold Feeling

15. Ramblin' On My Mind

17. Trust In Me

18. Juke

19. Me And My Chauffeur Blues

20. Five Long Years

21. Lonesome Train

22. Hound Dog

23. Chocolate Pork Chop Man

24. Woke Up This Morning

26. Cryin' Shame

Disc 3

2. Please Love Me

3. Forty Cups Of Coffee

4. Ice Cream Man

5. Losing Hand

6. Hydramatic Woman

7. Feelin' Good

8. One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer

9. Tiger Man

10. Blues With A Feeling

11. Piggly Wiggly

12. TV Mama

13. The Things That I Used To Do

14. Shim Sham Shimmy

15. Dirty Work At The Crossroad

16. You Don't Have To Go

17. I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man

18. Sloppy Drunk

19. Shake That Thing

20. Wine, Women, Whiskey

22. Pet Cream Man

23. Reconsider Baby

24. Don't Have To Worry

25. The Boogie Disease

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Track List: Memphis Blues - Important Postwar Blues

Disc 1

4. Little Soldier Boy

5. Country Clown

6. County Farm Blues

7. They Call Me Talkin' Boy

8. Easy

9. Before Long

10. Lonesome Ol' Jail

11. Greyhound Blues

12. Registration Day Blues

13. Rats In My Kitchen

14. Rattlesnake Mama

15. Forty Four Blues

18. Shorty The Barber

19. The Last Time

20. Train Is Comin'

21. Pinetop's Boogie Woogie

23. Wolf Call Boogie

24. Harmonica Jam

25. Take A Little Chance

26. Tailor Made

27. The Boogie Disease

Disc 2

1. Moanin' At Midnight

2. Bluebird

3. Move On Down The Line

4. The Hucklebuck

7. Midnight Showers Of Rain

8. Prison Bound Blues

9. Bear Cat

10. Married Woman

11. Roscoe's Boogie

12. City Women

13. Baby, Baby

14. Rock The Bottle

15. Bad Women, Bad Whiskey

16. You're My Angel

17. Good Lovin'

18. Drifting From Town To Town

19. My Baby

20. Straighten Up Baby

21. Work With Her Boy

22. Detroit Arrow Blues

23. Carry My Business On

24. Crying In The Courthouse

25. Walked All Night

26. Baby I'm Coming Home

27. I'm Gonna Murder My Baby

28. Bonus Pay

Disc 3

1. T Model Boogie

2. Saddled The Cow And Milked The Horse

3. Seems Like A Million Years

4. Riding In The Moonlight

5. Can't Love Me And My Money Too

6. Flypaper Boogie

7. Somebody Told Me

8. If You Love Me

9. Feelin' Good

10. Fussin' And Fightin' Blues

11. Hart's Bread Boogie

12. Blues Leave Me Alone

16. Mistreating Boogie

17. Worry You Off My Mind

18. Lucy Done Moved

19. Don't Dog Me Around

21. Dead Letter Blues

22. Ugly Woman

23. You'll Be Sorry

25. Long Gone Raymond

26. I'm Back Pretty Baby

27. Blue Man

28. High

Disc 4

1. Tiger Man

2. Save That Money

3. Lookin' For My Baby

4. Homesick For My Baby

5. Feel So Worried

6. So Long Baby Goodbye

7. Cotton Crop Blues

8. Hold Me In Your Arms

9. Come Back Home

10. Chocolate Drop

11. Blue Guitar

12. Believe I'll Settle Down

15. Love My Baby

16. Mystery Train

17. Dry Up Baby

18. Crying All Night Long

19. Way After Midnight

20. Hey Now

22. I Can't Forgive You

23. Midnight Hours Journey

24. My Baby Left Me

25. You're Driving Me Insane

26. Trouble And Heartaches

27. When It Rains It Pours

28. Move Baby Move

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Track List: Mystery Train

1. Mystery Train

2. Love My Baby

3. Feelin' Good

5. Feelin' Bad

7. Sittin' Drinkin' And Thinkin'

8. Sittin' At The Bar

10. Cotton Crop Blues

11. Hold Me In Your Arms

12. My Baby

13. Bonus Pay

14. I'm Gonna Murder My Baby

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Track List: The Sun Records Story

Disc 1

1. Cool Down Mama

2. Boogie In The Park

3. Howlin' Tom Cat

4. Highway Man

5. Juiced

7. Tiger Man

8. Love My Baby

9. Come Back Baby

10. Cotton Crop Blues

11. I'm Gonna Murder My Baby

12. Time Has Made A Change

13. Red Hot

15. Dark Muddy Bottom

16. Hello, Hello Baby

17. Listen To Me, Baby

18. Boogie Blues

20. Gonna Dance All Night

21. Don't Believe

22. Defrost Your Heart

23. Sure To Fall

24. Fool Proof

26. Jump Right Out Of This Jukebox

27. You're The Only Star In My Blue Heaven

28. Fool For Lovin' You

29. I'd Rather Be Safe Than Sorry

30. Come In Stranger

Disc 2

1. Rockin' Daddy

2. Crazy Arms

3. Mean Little Mama

4. Got Love If You Want It

5. Crawdad Song

6. Her Love Rubbed Off

7. Mad Man

8. Love My Baby

9. Miss Froggie

10. Pearly Lee

11. Deep Elem Blues

12. That Don't Move Me

14. Come On Little Mama

15. Rock With Me Baby

16. Fine Little Baby

17. Rockin' With My Baby

18. Baby That's Good

19. My Baby Don't Rock

20. Miss Pearl

21. That's Right

22. So Glad You're Mine

23. Willing And Ready

24. Shake Around

26. Judy

27. Good Rockin' Tonight

29. Tough, Tough, Tough

30. (Take Me From This) Garden Of Evil

31. Have Faith In My Love

Disc 3

2. Just Walkin' In The Rain

3. Bear Cat

4. Blue Suede Shoes

5. When It Rains It Pours

6. Mystery Train

7. Boppin' The Blues

8. Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On

9. Flyin' Saucer Rock 'n' Roll

10. I Walk The Line

11. Ooby Dooby

12. We Wanna Boogie

13. Dixie Fried

14. Great Balls Of Fire

15. Red Hot

16. Big River

17. Rock 'n' Roll Ruby

18. Breathless

19. Honey Don't

20. Red Headed Woman

21. Ballad Of A Teenage Queen

22. High School Confidential

23. Matchbox

24. Lonely Weekends

25. I'm Coming Home

26. Who Will The Next Fool Be?

27. What'd I Say

28. Guess Things Happen That Way

29. Raunchy

30. Mona Lisa

31. Whirlwind

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you are correct, sir. looking into it a tad bit more, here's what i found on wikipedia (http://en.w i k i p e d i a . o r g / w i k i / P a t _ H a r e ) :
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"He recorded a version of the early 1940s Doctor Clayton song "I'm Gonna Murder My Baby" on May 14, 1954, which has since been released on the 1990 Rhino Records compilation album Blue Flames: A Sun Blues Collection and other collections. According to the album liner notes, "I'm Gonna Murder My Baby" "is doubly morbid because he did just that in 1962 and spent the last 16 years of his life in prison" before succumbing to lung cancer in 1980. He also murdered a policeman sent to investigate. "
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Served time for Murdering his Baby in Real Life

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