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Various - Central Mississippi Blues (The Jackson Era 1928-1935) album

Various - Central Mississippi Blues (The Jackson Era 1928-1935) album
  • Performer Various
  • Title Central Mississippi Blues (The Jackson Era 1928-1935)
  • Country Austria
  • Style Delta Blues
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  • Genre Blues
  • Size MP3 1424 mb
  • Size FLAC 1262 mb
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Mississippi Blues 1928 - 1935 - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 23 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:10:25. Sunny Southern Blues. 2. The Mississippi Moaner. It's Cold in China Blues.

The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Jackson, Mississippi, USA. 1821. Graveyard established. January: State legislature in session. Town laid out. 1838 - State Library established. 1839 - State House built. Jackson chartered as a city. James H. Boyd becomes mayor. Governor's mansion built. 1845 - College opens in Eagle Hotel.

Jackson Blues: 1928-1938. The blues tradition in Mississippi is probably the richest the genre has produced. Giving birth to Charlie Patton and Robert Johnson alone would be enough to ensure the state's legacy, but it hardly stops there. Yazoo Records has turned up enough material for three compilations devoted to Mississippi blues. That's impressive considering the recorded output of many of these artists is so small. The most prolific performer on Jackson Blues: 1928-1938, Tommy Johnson, recorded merely a dozen 78 sides

PLAY ALL. Mississippi Blues Vo. (1928-1937). Released by Document Records Jan 1993 24 Tracks. (1928-1937) Album has 24 songs sung by Geechie Wiley, The Mississippi Moaner, Louise Johnson. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Mississippi Blues Vo. (1928-1937) songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.

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Mississippi Blues Volume 2 1926~1935 ‎(CD, Comp). Document Records (2). DOCD-5158.

Album · 1990 · 14 Songs. 12. Lonesome Home Blues.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Willie Harris West Side Blues
Piano [Prob.] – Charles AverySpeech [Poss./Or] – Coletha Simpson, Freddie Thomas Vocals, Guitar – Willie Harris
A2 Willie Harris What Makes A Tom Cat Blue
Piano – James Williams Vocals, Guitar – Willie Harris
A3 Willie Harris Lonesome Midnight Dream
Guitar [Poss. 2nd Guitar] – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Willie Harris
A4 Willie Harris Never Drive A Stranger From Your Door
Guitar [Poss. 2nd Guitar] – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Willie Harris
A5 Mississippi Caldwell Bracey* You Scolded Me And Drove Me From Your Door
Guitar [2nd Gtr] – Virginia BraceyVocals, Guitar – Mississippi Caldwell Bracey*
A6 Mississippi Caldwell Bracey* Cherry Ball
Guitar [2nd Gtr] – Virginia BraceyVocals, Guitar – Mississippi Caldwell Bracey*
A7 Mississippi Caldwell Bracey* Stered Gal
Vocals, Guitar – Mississippi Caldwell Bracey*
A8 Mississippi Caldwell Bracey* I'll Overcome Someday
Vocals, Guitar – Mississippi Caldwell Bracey*
A9 "Big Road" Webster Taylor A World Of Jug
Vocals, Guitar – Webster Taylor*
B1 "Big Road" Webster Taylor Sunny Southern Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Webster Taylor*
B2 Arthur Petties* Two Time Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Arthur Petties (Bill Williams)*
B3 Arthur Petties* Out On Santa Fe Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Arthur Petties (Bill Williams)*
B4 Arthur Petties* That Won't Do
Vocals, Guitar – Arthur Pettis
B5 Arthur Petties* Good Boy Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Arthur Pettis
B6 Arthur Petties* Quarrellin' Mama Blues
Harmonica [Prob.] – Jed DavenportPiano – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Arthur Pettis
B7 Arthur Petties* Revenue Man Blues
Harmonica [Prob.] – Jed DavenportPiano – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Arthur Pettis
B8 The Mississippi Moaner (Isaiah Nettles)* Mississippi Moan
Vocals, Guitar – Isaiah Nettles
B9 The Mississippi Moaner (Isaiah Nettles)* It's Cold In China Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Isaiah Nettles

Credits

  • Compilation Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Design – Bob Doling
  • Liner Notes – Paul Oliver
  • Remastered By – Hans Klement

Notes

Original recordings from the collections of Werner Benecke, Joe Bussard, Johnny Parth.

Recorded Chicago, May 7, 1929 (A1), May 28, 1929 (B2), c. mid-March 1930 (A3, A4), c. April 17, 1929 (A9, B1), c. July 25, 1930 (B4, B5), October 7, 1930 (B6, B7)
Recorded at King Edward Hotel, Jackson, Miss., December 17, 1930 (A5 to A8)
Recorded in Memphis, Tenn., February 14, 1928 (B2, B3)
Recorded in Jackson, Miss., October 20, 1935 (B8, B9)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: AUSTRO MECHANA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WSE 111 CD Various Central Mississippi Blues, The Jackson Area (1928-1935) ‎(CD, Comp) Wolf Records WSE 111 CD Austria Unknown