Various - Blues From Georgia 1926-1931 album flac
Title: Blues From Georgia 1926-1931
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Like any of Blake's too few collections, it shows off the vast range of his repertoire, including ragtime and country shuffle numbers as well as blues. There are some solo numbers as well as duets with a pianist, little bits of minstrel-show style accompaniment from rattlebones and xylophone, and several female guest vocal spots that definately have the required funk.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Rope Stretchin' Blues (1926-1931), Vol. 4" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Roots (2) (catalog number RL-309). This album was released in 1968 year. Format of the release is.
Running Ragged (Bamb). VENUTI, Joe: Stringing the Blues (1926-1931). I ve Found A New Baby. 19. Little Buttercup.
Songs from Georgia Melodians 1924-1926 by Georgia Melodians. Free download and listen Georgia Melodians 1924-1926. Georgia Melodians - Give Us the Charleston 03:39. Georgia Melodians - My Mammy's Blues 03:30. Georgia Melodians - I'm Satisfied (Beside That Sweetie O'Mine) 03:40. Georgia Melodians - Rhythm of the Day 03:58.
Duke Ellington recorded for Brunswick from 1926 to 1931, the period in which his great talent and great orchestra first flowered, whether the band was recording under his own name or such pseudonyms as the Washingtonians or the Jungle Band.
Blind Blake Hey Hey Daddy Blues (1926-1931). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Blind Blake Georgia Bound (1929 US Country Blues).
The Piedmont blues (also known as Piedmont fingerstyle) is a type of blues music, characterized by a unique fingerpicking method on the guitar in which a regular, alternating-thumb bassline pattern supports a melody using the treble strings. The result is comparable in sound to ragtime or stride piano styles. The Piedmont blues originated in an area including and extending beyond. the Piedmont plateau of the eastern United States, which stretches from about Richmond, Virginia, to Atlanta, Georgia. Born in Talbot County, Georgia, Bryant was recorded by the music historian George Mitchell in 1969, in one of his field recordings of folk blues. She subsequently appeared at blues festivals and, late in life, recorded two albums for Terminus Records. With various other musicians, Franklin has released four albums to date and works as a blues musicologist.
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|–Barbecue Bob||Beggin' For Love|
|–Barbecue Bob||Jesus' Blood Can Make Me Whole|
|–Charley Lincoln||Ugly Papa|
|–Charley Lincoln||If It Looks Like Jelly|
|–Charley Lincoln||Chain Gang Trouble|
|–Charley Lincoln||Hard Luck Blues|
|–Charley Lincoln||Gamblin' Charley|
|–Blind Willie McTell||Stole Rider Blues|
|–Blind Willie McTell||Mr. McTell Got The Blues|
|–Blind Willie McTell||Law Rider's Blues|
|–Peg Leg Howell||Rock And Gravel Blues|
|–Peg Leg Howell||Walkin' Blues|
|–Peg Leg Howell||Turtle Dove Blues|
|–Peg Leg Howell||Fo' Day Blues|
|–Peg Leg Howell||New Prison Blues|
|RL-309||Various||Blues From Georgia 1926-1931 (LP, Comp, Mono)||Roots||RL-309||Austria||1968|
|ROOTS RL-309||Various||Blues From Georgia (1926 - 1931) (LP, Comp, RE)||Autogram||ROOTS RL-309||Germany||2009|