Wrong Doers Respect Me is a 1998 Fat Possum release from bulldozer driver and Delta blues singer and slide guitarist Johnny Farmer. A reluctant musician, he bought a guitar because there were three songs he enjoyed hearing. After dinner and before bed, if he had any energy left, he would plug in his guitar and practice alone. Even after he learned to play he only played alone. Johnny, with a deep well socket on his pinky, made sound coming out of the small amp mimic the lyrics he'd belted out. If the strings continued mocking him he'd yell, "Hush, Hush, Hush!" at his small Peavey amplifier. It was arresting – Johnny playing slide in his perfect tone, and pausing to scream out and curse for silence and peace. Johnny ended 95% of his songs with "thank you very much." Fat Possum managed to coach him into a local recording studio for Wrong Doers Respect Me, a passionate 12-track set produced by Bruce Watson and Matthew Johnson which finds Farmer offering up riveting takes on traditionals like "Death Letter," "It Hurts Me" and "Lonely Road."