Various - 24 Classic Blues Songs From The 1920's: Vol. 11 album flac
The Past Perfect Channel expertly remasters music from the 1920s, 30s, 40s and 50s. French Music, Retro Music, Saxophone Music, Italian Music, Jazz Music.
All tracks previously issued on 78rpm, except tracks 14 & 16, which are previously unreleased. Sold with or without the corresponding annual Blues Images calendar. No durations are printed on the release. Mould SID Code: IFPI F920.
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This Old World's in a Hell of a Fix! 18 Classic Blues Songs from the 1920's, Vol. 7. 2010. Each year Blues Images puts out a calendar of period record sleeves and art from 1920s blues 78s and adds in a disc of vintage blues 78s from the same time period as part of the package, and the results are always wonderful and revealing, a way to piece together a vital part of modern American music just as the. recording industry was beginning to shape into the entertainment juggernaut it would become in ensuing decades
24 Classic Blues Songs From The 1920's Vol. 12 - 2014, FLAC (image+.
Compilation by various artists. When the Levee Breaks by Memphis Minnie and Kansas Joe McCoy. Dark Road Blues by Willie Lofton. Texas Easy Street by Henry Thomas. I Want to Live So God Can Use Me by Son Bonds & Hammie Nixon. Match Box Blues by Blind Lemon Jefferson. Dry Bone Shuffle by Blind Blake. Spoonful by Charley Patton. Walk Right In by Cannon's Jug Stompers. New Shake That Thing by Mississippi Sheiks. Conjur Man Blues by Roosevelt Sykes. You Got What I Want by Chocolate Brown (with Blind Blake).
Album · 2013 · 13 Songs. For Johnny and Me. 3:11. 4. Good-Bye Alexander, Good-Bye H. 3:05. 5. I Ain't Got Nobody. Don't Leave Me Daddy. 13 Songs, 40 Minutes. Released: 10 Dec 2013. More By Marion Harris.
Lemon Henry "Blind Lemon" Jefferson (September 24, 1893 – December 19, 1929) was an American blues and gospel singer-songwriter and musician. He was one of the most popular blues singers of the 1920s and has been called the "Father of the Texas Blues". Jefferson's performances were distinctive because of his high-pitched voice and the originality of his guitar playing
Listen free to Various Artists – Classic Blues Vol. 9 (Sam Jones Blues, I Feel Like Going Home and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.
|1||–Henry Thomas||Bull Doze Blues|
|2||–Furry Lewis||Good Looking Girl|
|3||–Charley Patton||Mean Black Cat|
|4||–Mississippi Sheiks||Crackin' Them Things|
|5||–Blind Blake||Miss Emma Liza|
|6||–Luella Miller||Rattlesnake Groan|
|7||–Rev. Edward W. Clayborn||Your Enemies Cannot Harm You (But Watch Your Close Friend)|
|8||–Blind Lemon Jefferson||Long, Lonesome Blues|
|9||–Washboard Walter||She's A Long, Tall, Disconnected|
|10||–Bessie Smith||Blue Spirit Blues|
|11||–Papa Charlie Jackson||Let's Get Along|
|12||–Mother McCollum||Jesus Is My Air-O-Plane|
|13||–Blind Gussie Nesbitt*||He's The Joy Of My Salvation|
|14||–Blind Gussie Nesbitt*||God Is Worried At Your Wicked Ways|
|15||–Jim Thompkins||Bedside Blues|
|16||–George Carter||Ghost Woman Blues|
|17||–George Carter||Weeping Willow|
|18||–Blind Percy||Fourteenth Street Blues|
|19||–Blind Percy||Coal River Blues|
|20||–Washboard Walter||Overall Cheater Blues|
|21||–Tenderfoot Edwards||When You Dream Of Muddy Water|
|22||–Tenderfoot Edwards||Up On The Hill Blues|
|23||–Blind Blake||Dissatisfied Blues|
|24||–Charley Patton||Magnolia Blues|
NotesCD comes with full size calendar.
Calendar features full-size ads for records by artists like Charlie Patton, Blind Blake (an ad for "Miss Emma Liza" - only recently discovered on 78 and included on the CD along with its flip), E.W. Clayborn, Washboard Walter, Papa Charlie Jackson and others. It also includes previously unpublished photos of Henry Thomas and Furry Lewis.
The calendar also includes small reproductions of another 23 ads, sample song lyrics, brief biographies and birth and death dates for many blues artists.