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The song is also mentioned as one of the first rock and roll records. William Harris's second and final recording stint occurred over three days in October 1928, in Richmond, Indiana, and included Harris's cover of the song The song's melody line was re-used and developed by Charlie Patton ("Going To Move.
Papa Charlie Jackson. Richard "Rabbit" Brown. Tracks count: 12. Views: 0. Bessie Smith - Down Hearted Blues 03:29. Papa Charlie Jackson - All I Want Is a Spoonful 02:42. Bertha "Chippie" Hill - Trouble in Mind 03:16. Jim Jackson - Jim Jackson's Kansas City Blues, Pt. 1 03:15. Blind Blake - West Coast Blues 03:11. Luke Jordan - Cocaine Blues 03:25. The Roaring 20s Unplugged, Vol. 1: Acoustic Recordings 1921-1925 - Al Jolson, Eddie Cantor, Isham Jones, Mamie Smith, Margaret Young. Sylvester Weaver Vol. 2 (1927) - Sylvester Weaver.
Jim Jackson (. 884 - 1937) was an African American blues and hokum singer, songster and guitarist, whose recordings in the late 1920s were popular and influential on later artists. Jackson was born in Hernando, Mississippi, and was raised on a farm, where he learned to play guitar. Around 1905 he started working as a singer, dancer, and musician in medicine shows, playing dances and parties often with other local musicians such as Gus Cannon, Frank Stokes and Robert Wilkins.
Kansas City Blues collects 16 tracks Jim Jackson recorded between 1927 and 1929. This music is country music that has strong ties to minstrel and medicine show music, and may sound dated to some listeners. Nevertheless, the title track is one of the first great blues singles, and that alone makes the collection necessary listening for serious blues fans, even if Document's three-volume set will be of greater interest to historians. The curious will be better served by this concise compilation.
Jackson was born in Hernando, Mississippi and was raised on a farm, where he learned to play guitar. In 1927, talent scout H. C. Speir signed him to a recording contract with Vocalion Records
Jim Jackson - I'm A Bad Bad Man From The Album: Those Dirty Blues Volume 4 Guitar & Vocals - Jim Jackson. Recorded In Chicago January 23rd 1928. Aggie Week with CU Athletic Director Jim Jackson: Tour of McMahon Field and Athletics Center. Provided to US-new by The Orchard Enterprises Santa Fe Blues · Jim Jackson Old Dog Blue ℗ 2015 Suncoast Music Released on: 2015-05-28 Auto-generated. Hestitation Blues by Jim Jackson.
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Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): C1260
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): C1261