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Sam Theard - Lovin' Sam From Down In 'Bam (1929-1930) album flac Performer: Sam Theard
Title: Lovin' Sam From Down In 'Bam (1929-1930)
Released: 1989
MP3 album: 1585 mb
FLAC album: 1130 mb
Rating: 4.9
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Genre: Blues

C-5848-A Chicago, c. mid-June 1930. Compiled and produced for RST Records. Original recordings from the collections of Joe Bussard, Roger Misiewicz, Johnny Parth. Remastering: Studio Hans Klement, Vienna. Exclusive Distribution: Rudolf Staeger Obere Amtshausgasse 27/11, A-1050 Vienna, Austria. Considering the extreme rarity of the original 78s, condition is generally better than might be hoped, but it must be borne in mind that only one or two copies are known to exist of some titles.

Sam Theard (1904-1982) was an actor and a comedian as well as a songwriter who apparently lived for years off of royalties from his magnum opus, "Let the Good Times Roll. While he was young he cut about 50 hot novelty blues, hokum, and jazz records designed for house party entertainment. Late in life he showed up on TV and in movies with people like Redd Foxx and Richard Pryor.

Lovin' Sam from Down in 'Bam, Lovin' Sam Theard, Spo-Dee-O-Dee, Sam Tarpley. October 10, 1904 New Orleans, Louisiana, . Using the name Spo-Dee-O-Dee, Theard performed as a comedian at the Apollo Theater in Harlem during the 1930s and 1940s, and also recorded under that name in 1941. a hit a few years later when Louis Jordan and his Tympany Five recorded it in 1946, one of many Theard compositions recorded by Jordan

More than half of the recordings on this collection were originally issued under the name of Lovin' Sam from Down in 'Bam. Theard's two Gennett recordings, released under the name of Sam Tarpley, were included for the sake of completeness, but they are incredibly scratchy, and convey more surface noise than most people would wish to experience. Those who enjoy the sound of a needle passing through scratchy Bakelite grooves at 78 rpm will be delighted. Three sides recorded in 1934 were marketed as by Lovin' Sam Theard (The Mad Comic).

Samuel Allen "Sam" Theard (October 10, 1904 – December 7, 1982) was an American singer, songwriter, actor and comedian. He also performed as Lovin' Sam Theard, Spo-Dee-O-Dee, and a variety of other names. YouTube Encyclopedic. His first recordings, as Lovin' Sam from Down in 'Bam, accompanied by Tampa Red and Cow Cow Davenport, date from 1929, when he recorded one of his best-known songs, "(I'll Be Glad When You're Dead) You Rascal You", for Brunswick Records. The song was covered by several artists. He recorded for Brunswick from 1929 to 1931. In 1930, he also recorded for the Gennett label as Sam Tarpley, and for Decca in 1934 (backed by pianist Albert Ammons)

Lovin' Sam Theard (1929-1936). Released by Document Records Jan 1996 25 Tracks.

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A1 State Street Blues
Piano – CowCow Davenport*Vocals – Sam Theard
A2 She Skuffles That Ruff
Guitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistVocals – Sam Theard
A3 What You Gonna Do?
Guitar – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistVocals – Sam Theard
A4 She's Givin It Away
Guitar [Poss.] – Tampa RedPiano [Poss.] – CowCow Davenport*Vocals – Sam Theard
A5 Get Your Mind On It
Guitar [Poss.] – Tampa RedGuitar [Prob.] – Al Miller Piano [Poss.] – CowCow Davenport*Vocals – Sam Theard
A6 Doodle It Back
Guitar [Poss.] – Tampa RedGuitar [Prob.] – Al Miller Piano [Poss.] – CowCow Davenport*Vocals – Sam Theard
A7 I Ain't No Ice Man
Guitar – Tampa RedPiano [Poss.] – CowCow Davenport*Vocals – Sam Theard
A8 Hot Dog Man
Guitar – Tampa RedPiano [Poss.] – CowCow Davenport*Vocals – Sam Theard
B1 The Lover And The Beggar
Cornet [Poss.] – Cicero ThomasPiano [Prob.] – Cow Cow DavenportVocals – Sam Theard
B2 You Rascal You
Piano – Cow Cow DavenportVocals – Sam Theard
B3 I'm Goin' Back And Get Some More
Piano – H. Benton Overstreet*Vocals – Sam Theard
B4 Huggin' And Kissin' And Gwine On
Piano – H. Benton Overstreet*Vocals – Sam Theard
B5 Ain't Nobody Got Nothin
Piano – H. Benton Overstreet*Vocals – Sam Theard
B6 Get It In Front
Piano – H. Benton Overstreet*Vocals – Sam Theard
B7 You Rascal You - No.2
Piano – Unknown ArtistVocals – Sam Theard
B8 Can You Imagine That
Piano – Unknown ArtistVocals – Sam Theard

Companies, etc.

  • Remastered At – Studio Klement
  • Distributed By – Rudolf Staeger
  • Copyright (c) – RST Records
  • Copyright (c) – Paul Oliver
  • Produced For – RST Records

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Remastered By – Hans Klement

Notes

A1: C-3293 Chicago, 13 April 1929
A2: C-3310 Chicago, 18 April 1929
A3: C-3311 Chicago, 18 April 1929
A4: C-3420 Chicago, 1 May 1929
A5: C-3510 Chicago, 18 May 1929
A6: C-3511 Chicago, 18 May 1929
A7: C-3754 Chicago, c. 29 June 1929
A8: C-3755 Chicago, c. 29 June 1929
B1: C-3841 Chicago, 11 July 1929
B2: C-3852 Chicago, 12 July 1929
B3: C-4400 Chicago, 9 September 1929
B4: C-4401 Chicago, 9 September 1929
B5: C-4635 Chicago, 10 October 1929
B6: C-4636 Chicago, 10 October 1929
B7: C-5846 Chicago, c. mid-June 1930
B8: C-5848-A Chicago, c. mid-June 1930

Compiled and produced for RST Records.

Copyright 1989: RST Records, Austria.

Photo © Paul Oliver, used by permission.

Original recordings from the collections of Joe Bussard, Roger Misiewicz, Johnny Parth.

Remastering: Studio Hans Klement, Vienna.

Exclusive Distribution: Rudolf Staeger
Obere Amtshausgasse 27/11, A-1050 Vienna, Austria. Phone 0222-54-28-73

Considering the extreme rarity of the original 78s, condition is generally better than might be hoped, but it must be borne in mind that only one or two copies are known to exist of some titles.

Discographical details from Blues And Gospel Records 1902 - 1943 by John Godrich and Robert Dixon (third edition, Storyville 1982).

NOTE: Sam Theard's complete 1934-1940 recordings are on Wolf WJS-1008.