Label: Rst Records - BDCD-6005 Format: CD Compilation Country: Austria Genre: Blues Style: Memphis Blues
Joe Gibson Joe Gibbs. Bob Dylan. But for the unselfish zeal of Charlie Parsons, a local guitar teacher and coauthor of a book on guitar technique, Bill would have remained forever in contented oblivion. Dust My Broom. Blue Ivories.
The Merch Table: Akaline Kidal by Ahmed Ag Kaedy. Live Without Fear: Hidden Gems: Take Us Home: Acid Test: Stunning Luxury by Snapped Ankles.
Shelby County Blues. Johnny Jones. Muddy Waters. Dirty By the Dozen. I May Be Wrong. Chicago Blues. Hoy Hoy. Wait Baby. Early In the Morning. Sonny Boy Williamson I. More Dub. Joe Gibson Joe Gibbs. Big Maceo Merriweather. Little Johnny Jones Source: He produced several more singles in , one among them below. Abandoned by his father shortly after birth, Bland never went to school and was illiterate his entire life.
Following his mother to Memphis in , he started hanging on famous Beale Street, there to make his circle what would come to be referred to as the Beale Streeters: Duke was then absconded into the military for a couple of years.
Wikipedia has Bland not knowing how to read getting him shorted by Duke Records upon his return in , which contract stipulated half a cent per record sold rather than the industry standard of two cents. It took a few years for Bland to come around, but when he did he did it huge for decades to come. He recorded for Dunhill, distributed by ABC, in Bland died at his home on June 23, , in Germantown Memphis suburb , Tennessee [ 1 , 2 , 3 ]. Bland in visual media. Dry Up Baby.
Farther On Up the Road. Deadric Malone Don Robey. Willie Love. Sonny Boy Williamson II. Little Car Blues. Take It Easy Baby. Falling Rain. Feed My Body to the Fishes. Nelson Street Blues. Seventy Four Blues. V8 Ford. Vanity Dresser Boogie. Williamson began his career as an itinerate bluesman, traveling Arkansas and Mississippi, picking up the name, Rice Miller, due to his taste for rice with milk. He was also called Little Boy Blue.
The longest running radio show, period, is the Grand Ole Opry, which began broadcasting as the Barn Dance in , before getting changed to the Grand Ole Opry in It was then that he began to be called Sonny Boy Williamson II, to capitalize on the fame of Sonny Boy Williamson I , who was still alive and with whom there was no familial relation.
From that time until the death of Williamson I in there were, for several years, two Sonny Boy Williamsons playing blues harmonica [ 1 , 2 ]. Come Canton, Mississippi, later that year where he performed on radio with Elmore James.
Williamson toured Europe several times. Songwriting credits at 45worlds , 45cat , discogs , allmusic and australiancharts. Eyesight to the Blind. Bring It On Home. Help Me. Baptize Me In Wine. Jay Hawkins. I Put a Spell On You. Alligator Wine. Deep Purple. Peter DeRose.
You Made Me Love You. Walter Hawkins. Constipation Blues. Monkberry Moon Delight. Heart Attack and Vine. I Am the Cool. Robert Duffey. Whistling Past The Graveyard. Little Junior Parker Source: Discogs Born Herman Parker Jr. He formed his own band, the Blue Flames, in , releasing his first record for Modern Records in Parker was inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in Songwriting credits. Bad Women, Bad Whiskey. Mystery Train. Junior Parker.
My Dolly Bee. Oscar Wills. Next Time You See Me. Sweet Home Chicago. Robert Johnson. Dangerous Woman. Deadric Malone. Annie Get Your Yo-Yo.
Driving Wheel. Roosevelt Sykes. Strange Things Happening. These Kind of Blues. Lady Madonna. Albert King. I Need Love So Bad.
Bobby Adams. Rolling Blues. It was during that period that Leonard Chess had assumed ownership of young Aristocrat Records in Chicago, then formed Chess with his brother, Phil, in , Aristocrat to issue its last titles in Wells began his recording career the next year in a session for Chess with Muddy Waters , replacing Little Walter. Wells died on January 15, , in Chicago. Songwriting credits for early recordings by Wells on 78 and Wells in visual media.
The bottom three edits below are live performances. Gone to Main Street. Mell London. Willie Cobbs. It Hurts Me Too. Hudson Whittaker Tampa Red. Vietcong Blues. Junior Wells. The Hoodoo Man. Got My Mojo Working.
Live with Muddy Waters. Preston Red Foster. Trouble No More. Baker Shop Boogie. Willie Nix. James Cotton. Luther Tucker. Dealing With The Devil. Tenor In the Sky. King Curtis Curtis Ousley. Heavenly Blues. Harlem Nocturne. Earle Hagen. Melancholy Serenade. Sweet Inspiration. Champion Jack Dupree. Jerry Jeff Walker. A Whiter Shade of Pale. King Curtis Source: Time Goes By. Born in in Jackson, Mississippi, pianist, Otis Spann , began performing locally as a teenager.
Junior Wells had begun his recording career with Waters only briefly before. Other festivals following in the sixties, including Europe. Discogs has Spann leading or co-leading about 16 more albums to his death n , most in the latter sixties, yet more released posthumously. Spann in visual media.
Five Spot. Otis Spann. It Must Have Been the Devil. Good Morning Mr. Sad Day In Texas. Blues Jam. Nobody Knows My Troubles.
Got My Mojo Mojo Working. In she settled in Houston, where she signed on to Peacock Records in Elvis Presley repeated that in Thornton had first recorded the song in for Bay-Tone, gone unissued though Bay-Tone retained copyright as part of the deal.
Marion wants her final album recorded in England by Ace in She died three months later financially gaunt as well, of heart attack on July 25, , in Los Angeles. Songwriting credits for recordings in the fifties at Discogs 1 , 2. Credits also at 45Worlds. Thornton in visual media. Down Home Shakedown. Little Red Rooster. Feeling Alright. Life Goes On. Ball and Chain. Watermelon Man. Herbie Hancock.
Rock Me. Final performance. Music Jam. Cliston Blues. Probably Chenier. Louisiana Blues. Think It Over. WE Buyem. Standing On the Corner. Clifton Chenier. Tighten Up Zydeco. Swing Joe. Jimmy McHugh. Dorothy Fields. Make Me a Pallet On the Floor. New St. Trouble In Mind. Richard Jones. Jailhouse Blues. Lawdy Lawdy Blues. Easy, Easy Baby. Mountain of Mourne. Down By the Riverside. Doctor Jazz. Joe King Oliver. Ottilie Patterson Source: She released her first recordings in for JVB Records.
Per below, a touch of blues and gospel, intimate siblings, from back then and later. Yield Not To Temptation. Love Is the Only Thing Blues. John Leslie McFarland. Today I Sing The Blues. Curtis Lewis. All Night Long. Sweet Lover. It Hurts Like Hell. Kenneth Edmonds Babyface. Amazing Grace. Altin Madalyon. Slim Harpo James Moore. Slim Harpo. One More Day. Moody Blues. Baby Scratch My Back. Shake Your Hips.
Slim Harpo Source: Raised On Records. Lazy Lester Source: Extra Torrent Born Leslie Johnson in Louisiana in , guitar and mouth harp player Lazy Lester [ 1 , 2 , 3 , 4 , 5 ] was another Excello label swamp blues musician.
Lester got his name from Miller not for sloth, but his performing style. They would reunite in for a performance at the University of Chicago Folk Festival. Despite a rare command of material that enables him to produce many perfect first takes in a recording studio, he would much prefer less formal performances for friends. But for the unselfish zeal of Charlie Parsons, a local guitar teacher and coauthor of a book on guitar technique, Bill would have remained forever in contented oblivion.
Once company officials arrived in Greenup, Bill asked: Posted by Hard Luck Child at 9: He passed away on Christmas morning in of stomach cancer. Hacksaw was regarded by many musicians as the best guitarist in the Delta. He was the only somebody who could compete with him He played the guitar very, very well. Their persistence was amply rewarded by his sparkling and complex finger-picking playing. Pinetop Perkins set the record straight by reminding us that this outstanding musician equally stunning as a piano player supported himself by tuning and repairing pianos.
He taught me how to repair a piano. Posted by Hard Luck Child at 8: Diamond was a basic guitar player but possessed a great, relaxed voice. More of his sides can be found on George Mitchell Collection Vol. Helfer became a performer and teacher, touring Europe as a blues pianist and also training college students in Chicago throughout the s. His style is equally adaptable to blues and jazz. Helfer puts all of the workings of this jazz style out on the line for everyone to hear and enjoy.
Eddie Taylor was as versatile a blues guitarist as anyone could ever hope to encounter. His style was deeply rooted in Delta tradition, but he could snap off a modern funk-tinged groove just as convincingly as a straight shuffle. Taylor viewed Delta immortals Robert Johnson and Charley Patton as a lad, taking up the guitar himself in and teaching the basics of the instrument to his childhood pal Reed.
After a stop in Memphis, he hit Chicago in , falling in with harpist Snooky Pryor, guitarist Floyd Jones, and -- you guessed it -- his old homey Reed. When he died in , he left a void on the Chicago circuit that remains apparent even now.
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Laura Dukes discography. Alan Lomax - Blues Songbook disc: Memphis Shakedown: More Jug Band Classicss disc 1: Jack Kelly - Highway No. American Epic: The Collection disc 1: Karnes - Cottonfield Blues, Pt. Nestor disc 2: The Collection gathers of these original recordings from the s and s in one five-disc set, restored to unprecedented levels of sonic fidelity.
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