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Various - Favorite Country Blues Guitar-Piano Duets (1929-1937) download album
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Performer: Various
Title: Favorite Country Blues Guitar-Piano Duets (1929-1937)
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Genre: Blues
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Various - Favorite Country Blues Guitar-Piano Duets (1929-1937) download album


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Here is one of the most versatile and talented artists from the Blues era of the 1920's and 30's, Cripple Clarence Lofton singing Monkey Man Blues, and also playing subperb Blues Piano on this original 1935 . Cripple Clarence Lofton.

Country blues (folk blues, rural blues, downhome blues, blues wiejski) (nie mylić z muzyką country) − najwcześniejsza forma bluesa powstała w latach 90. XIX wieku. Jego początki związane są z rozwojem niewolnictwa w południowych Stanach Zjednoczonych. Country Blues rozwinął się w wielu regionalnych formach między innymi w Memphis, Detroit, Chicago, Teksasie, Piedmont, Louisianie, Atlancie, St. Louis, Wschodnim Wybrzeżu, Nowym Orleanie, Delcie Mississippi i Kansas. Najbardziej lubianym instrumentem muzyków country bluesowych stała się gitara, przywieziona przez czarnych niewolników z Meksyku

The Voice Of The Blues: Bottleneck Guitar Masterpieces ‎(CD, Comp).

01 - West Side Blues. 03 - Back To The Woods Blues. 04 - Sloppy Drunk Blues. 05 - Tired Of Being Mistreated. 06 - Poor Coal Passer. 07 - The Blues Is All Wrong. 08 - Down In Black Bottom. 09 - Shook It This Morning Blues.

VARIOUS: uptown blues 1927-1937 at Records By Mail.

Gibson – Tired Of Being Mistreated 6. Springback James – Poor Coal Passer 7. Leola Manning – The Blues Is All Wrong 8. Joe Evans – Down In Black Bottom 9. Joe Evans – Shook Woman Blues 10. Blind Blake – Poker Woman Blues 11. Walter Davis – Sloppy Drunk Again 12. Cripple Clarence Lofton – Monkey Man Blues 13. Bumble Bee Slim – New Orleans Stop Time 14. Buddy Woods – Don't Sell It, Don't Give It Away.

Disc two gathers a number of duets with her then-husband, Kansas Joe McCoy, and their twin guitars coupled with her contralto singing and Kansas Joe's tenor made for a signature sound. Disc three contains another of her best songs, "My Butcher Man," and features increased use of piano backing. The fourth disc contains her last sessions for Decca, as well as her complete body of work on the Bluebird label.

October 2008, 20:09 Uptown Blues, A Decade of Guitar - Piano Duets 1927-1937 Used drive : TSSTcorpCDDVDW SH-S223Q Adapter: 2 ID: 1 Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No Read offset correction : 6 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : No Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Ye. Walking bass lines rarely sounded better than they do here. Tuning problems mar Teddy Darby's contributions on "My Laona Blues," even though Roosevelt Sykes provides nice, restrained accompaniment and prevents this track from being a total waste of time.

Slide guitarist who performed in various blues idioms, including electric blues and country blues, and some traditional folk music. He recorded at least fifteen albums for Kicking Mule and other labels and worked with various musicians performing blues and other styles of music. Bumble Bee Slim (May 7, 1905 – June 8, 1968). Piedmont blues singer and guitarist. He recorded only 12 songs between 1927 and 1929, but Paul Oliver opined that "Hawkins was a major figure in black country music". Jessie Mae Hemphill (October 18, 1923 – July 22, 2006). Electric guitarist, songwriter, and singer of North Mississippi hill country blues. Blues and jazz singer, guitarist, violinist and songwriter, a pioneer of jazz guitar and jazz violin, recognized as the first to play an electrically amplified violin. Robert Johnson (May 8, 1911 – August 16, 1938). Delta blues singer, songwriter, guitarist, and harmonica player.

Tracklist

A1 Willie Harris West Side Blues
A2 Charlie Spand Good Gal
A3 Charlie Spand Back To The Woods Blues
A4 Leroy Carr Sloppy Drunk Blues
A5 Roosevelt Sykes & Clifford Gibson Tired Of Being Mistreated
A6 Springback James Poor Coal Passer
A7 Leola Manning The Blues Is All Wrong
B1 Joe Evans Down In Black Bottom
B2 Joe Evans Shook Woman Blues
B3 Blind Blake Poker Woman Blues
B4 Walter Davis Sloppy Drunk Again
B5 Cripple Clarence Lofton Monkey Man Blues
B6 Bumble Bee Slim New Orleans Stop Time
B7 Buddy Woods* Don't Sell It, Don't Give It Away

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Yazoo Records Inc.

Credits

  • Illustration [Front Cover Drawing] – Rory Block

Notes

Stereo release of Yazoo compilation.

black labels
Yazoo Records Inc.
54 King Street, New York, N.Y. 10014

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
L-1015 Various Favorite Country Blues Guitar-Piano Duets (1929-1937) ‎(LP, Comp, RP) Yazoo L-1015 US Unknown
L-1015 Various Favorite Country Blues Guitar-Piano Duets (1929-1937) ‎(LP, Comp) Yazoo L-1015 US 1969
1015 Various Favorite Country Blues Guitar-Piano Duets 1929-1937 ‎(CD, Comp) Yazoo 1015 US 1992