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VA - Down Home Blues Classics 1943-1953 (4 CDs) (2004)

8-11-2015, 22:13
Music | Blues


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Title: Down Home Blues Classics 1943-1953
Year Of Release: 2004
Label: Boulevard Vintage
Genre: Blues
Quality: MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 4 h 32 min 16 sec
Total Size: 630 Mb + Scans
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CD1: Texas 1946-1953 Throw A Little Boogie

01. Thuunder Smith - Little Mama Boogie (2:41)
02. Frankie Lee Sims - Cross Country Blues (2:51)
03. J D Edwards - Hobo (2:31)
04. L C Williams - Hole In The Wall (2:40)
05. Leroy Ervin - Rock Island Blues (2:56)
06. Wright Holmes - Alley Special (2:55)
07. Sonny Boy Johnson - Quinsella (2:49)
08. Dr Hepcat - Hattie Greene (2:33)
09. Andy Thomas - Angel Chile (2:38)
10. Lee Hunter - Back To Santa Fe (2:39)
11. Rattlesnake Cooper - Rattlesnake Blues (3:07)
12. Buddy Chiles - Mistreated Blues (2:37)
13. Leroy Johnson - No One To Love Me (2:41)
14. Willie Lane - Too Many Women Blues (2:26)
15. Johnny Beck - Locked In Jail Blues (2:24)
16. Charlie Bradix - Wee Wee Hours (2:39)
17. Jesse James - Forgive Me Blues (2:12)
18. Minister Parker - Blake Snake Blues (2:44)
19. Alexander Moore - Neglected Woman (2:39)
20. Lil Son Jackson - Gambling Blues (2:57)
21. Manny Nichols - Throw A Little Boogie (2:49)
22. Lightnin' Hopkins - Gice Me Central 209 (2:58)
23. Soldier Boy Houston - Western Rider Blues (2:44)
24. Nat Terry - Take It Easy (3:26)
25. Luther Stoneham - Sittin' Here Wonderin' (3:35)

Total Time: 1 h 09 min 11 sec

CD2: Chicago & Detroit 1948-1953 High & Lonesome

01. Snooky & Moody - Boogie (2:19)
02. Floyd Jones - Hard Times (2:27)
03. Walter Mitchell - Stop Messing Around (3:13)
04. Robert Richard - Cadillac Woman (3:35)
05. Big Maceo - Big City Woman (2:26)
06. Baby Boy Warren - Please Don't Think I'm Nosey (2:27)
07. Eddie Burns - Notoriety Woman (2:56)
08. Muddy Waters - Rolling Stone (3:07)
09. Junior Wells - Cut That Out (2:51)
10. Tony Hollins - Crawlin' King Snake (3:08)
11. Robert Nighthawk - Crying Won't Help You (2:40)
12. Rocky Fuller - Soon One Morning (3:15)
13. Little Walter - Mean Old World (2:55)
14. Morris Pejoe - Tired Of Crying Over You (2:22)
15. John Brim - It Was A Dream (3:00)
16. Jimmy Rogers - The Last Time (2:44)
17. Blue Smitty - Sad Story (3:03)
18. L C Greene - Little School Girl (2:18)
19. Robert Henry - Something's Wrong With My Little Machine (2:50)
20. Johnny Shines - Brutal Hearted Woman (2:53)
21. J B Lenoir - I'll Die Trying (3:06)
22. Little Hudson - I'm Looking For A Woman (2:32)
23. John Lee Hooker - I'm The Boogie Man (2:17)
24. Harvey Hill Jr - She Fool Me (2:50)
25. Jimmy Reed - High And Lonesome (2:48)

Total Time: 1 h 10 min 02 sec

CD3: Memphis & The South 1949-1953 Take a Little Chance

01. Big Joe Williams - She's A Married Woman (2:41)
02. Howlin' Wolf - How Many More Years (2:42)
03. Mr Honey - Build Myself A Cave (2:22)
04. Silver Cooke - Mr Ticket Agent (2:36)
05. Edgar Blanchard - Creole Gal Blues (2:29)
06. Stick Hirse Hammond - Too Late Baby (2:35)
07. Pee Wee Hughes - Country Boy (2:49)
08. David "Pete" Mckinley - Ardette (2:45)
09. J D Horton - Cadillac Blues (2:37)
10. Long John Hunter - Schoolboy (2:51)
11. Sonny Boy Williamson - Eyesight To The Blind (2:57)
12. Luther Huff - 1951 Blues (2:36)
13. Eddie "Guitar Slim" Jones - New Arrival (2:33)
14. Elmore James - Dust My Broom (2:44)
15. Bobo Thomas - Catfish Blues (2:54)
16. Clarence London - Goin' Back To Mama (3:12)
17. Tommy Lee - Highway 80 Blues (3:07)
18. Chiago Sonny Boy - Western Union Man (3:03)
19. Papa Lightfoot - After Awhile (2:25)
20. Earl Hooker - Sweet Angel (3:06)
21. Willie Love - Seventy Four Blues (2:55)
22. Jimmy & Walter - Easy (2:59)
23. Jimmy DeBerry - Take A Little Chance (2:19)
24. Arthur Big Boy Crudup - Make A Little Love (2:38)
25. Little Sam Davis - Goin' To New Orleans (3:09)

Total Time: 1 h 09 min 04 sec

CD4: New York & East Coast States 1943-1953 Rub a Little Boogie

01. Skookle-Dum-Do & Sheffield - Broome Street Blues (2:56)
02. Gabriel Brown - Black Jack Blues (2:55)
03. The Blues Boys - Worried Man Blues (2:44)
04. Ralph Wills - Income Tax Blues (2:36)
05. Dennis McMillan - Poor Little Angel (2:57)
06. Blind McTell - Broke Down Engine Blues (2:45)
07. Pinetop Slim - Applejack Boogie (2:38)
08. Dan Pickett - Number Writer (2:06)
09. Big Boy Ellis - She's Gone (2:20)
10. Leroy Dallas - Your Sweet Man Blues (2:23)
11. Sticks McGhee - Blues Mixture (2:48)
12. Little David - Shackles Round My Body (2:43)
13. Curley Weaver - Ticket Agent (2:52)
14. Marylyn Scott - I Got What My Daddy Likes (2:37)
15. John Lee - Blind's Blues (2:13)
16. John Tinsley & Fred Holland - Keep Your Hands Off 'Er (2:25)
17. Hank Kilroy - Awful Shame (3:03)
18. Doug Quattlebaum - Lizzie Lou (2:26)
19. Duke Bayou - Rub A Little Boogie (2:14)
20. Brownie McGhee - So Much Trouble (2:43)
21. Lazy Slim Jim - Wine Head Baby (1:50)
22. Sonny Terry - Baby, Let's Have Some Fun (2:21)
23. Willie Baker - Rumors About My Baby (2:26)
24. Square Walton - Gimme Your Bankroll (2:34)
25. Champion Jack Dupree - Shake Baby Shake (2:24)

Total Time: 1 h 03 min 59 sec

Searching for a blues collection that covers a lot of ground? You might want to opt for Down Home Blues Classics, a 100-track post-WWII anthology released in 2004 by Boulevard Vintage. Given the high percentage of urban blues in this collection, the phrase "down home" could be misleading, unless you take into account the musicians' home turf, and the producers seem to have done exactly that by starting out in Texas, moving the focus up to the Great Lakes region (Chicago and Detroit), then downriver toward the Mississippi Delta. The lineup is wonderfully diverse because each selection is performed by a different artist, and only about 25-percent of these people are really well-known to casual blues followers. Examples of individuals from this set who deserve wider recognition are Thunder Smith (an early colleague of Lightnin' Hopkins); Dr. Hepcat, also known as Albert Lavada Hurst, who was the first African American DJ in Texas; Rattlesnake Cooper, Big Charlie Bradix, Rocky Fuller, Morris Pejoe, Little Hudson & His Red Devil Trio, Silver Cooks & the Gondoliers; Stick Horse Hammond, Lost John Hunter & His Blind Bats; Seth Richard, who recorded as Skoodle-Dum-Doo; Doug Quattlebaum, Square Walton, and Lazy Slim Jim. That list barely scratches the surface of this amazing stash of blues recordings dating from the years 1943-1953. ~ All Music Guide




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