Little Brother Montgomery - Vocal Accompaniments & Early Post-War Recordings 1930-1954 mp3 flac download
|Performer:||Little Brother Montgomery|
|Title:||Vocal Accompaniments & Early Post-War Recordings 1930-1954|
|Date of release:||1993|
|MP3 album size:||1505 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1561 mb|
|Digital formats:||DTS MP1 DMF VOC VOX AC3 MOD|
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Little Brother Montgomery with Annie Turner: Workhouse Blues, Black Pony Blues, Hard On You и другие песни.
Little Brother Montgomery. 13. –Little Brother Montgomery. Swingin' With Lee. 14. Long Time Ago. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. Little Brother Stomp.
BDCD-6034 Little Brother Montgomery - Complete Recorded Works (1930-1954) 24 Little Brother Montgomery - Winding Ball Blues. 00. Little Brother Montgomery - Complete Recorded Works (1930-1954). 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50. Downloads.
Another fine collection,‘Vocal Accompaniments & Early Post-War Recordings 1930 – 1954’Document BDCD-6034, covers Montgomery’s accompaniments to othersingers, among other things. First, there was vaudeville blues vocalist IreneScruggs, on four sides which immediately preceded his own Paramountsession. Then Minnie Hicks, a tougher-voiced singer, who also seems tohave been around at the time of the Paramount session, and then turnsup again at his Melotone/Vocalion session, and whose complete recordedwork survives only in two sides from the former
Little Brother Montgomery. Free Download Little Brother Montgomery - Vocal Accompaniments & Early Post-War Recordings 1930 - 1954.
Best known as a blues pianist/singer, Little Brother Montgomery (1906-1985), born in Louisiana, performed in a variety of southern locales before eventually settling in Chicago. This recording is his first album of religious songs. His relaxed, easygoing piano playing never overpowers his singing, absent on only two tracks. Veil of Beulah is a piano solo, and He'll Understand features an unidentified female vocalist. He also is accompanied on other tracks by backup singers and an unobtrusive guitar. Liner notes by blues historian and biographer Stephen Calt explore African American.
Early Recordings is a compilation album series by Louisville, Kentucky rock band My Morning Jacket. It was released in 2004 on Darla Records. The two constituent albums, called chapters, are called The Sandworm Cometh and Learning respectively. Danny Cash created the graphic design to both albums and played bass and keyboard on the second. J. Glenn performed drums for the series and Johnny Quaid played guitar. Two-Tone" Tommy played bass for the first album, but Quaid took over for the second.
by Little Brother Montgomery. Released: June 2, 1994.
|–Irene Scruggs||Good Grinding||2:30|
|–Irene Scruggs||Borrowed Love||2:34|
|–Irene Scruggs||Must Get Mine In Front||2:25|
|–Irene Scruggs||Back To The Wall||2:20|
|–Minnie Hicks||Monkey Man Blues||2:40|
|–Minnie Hicks||Sweet Rider||2:57|
|–Annie Turner*||Black Pony Blues||3:32|
|–Annie Turner*||Deceived Blues||3:24|
|–Annie Turner*||Workhouse Blues||2:55|
|–Annie Turner*||Hard On You||2:58|
|–"Creole" George Guesnon*||Goodbye Good Luck To You||2:30|
|–Little Brother Montgomery Quintet||El Ritmo||2:58|
|–Little Brother Montgomery Quintet||Swingin' With Lee||2:50|
|–Little Brother Montgomery Quintet||Long Time Ago||2:59|
|–Little Brother Montgomery Quintet||Woman I Love||2:33|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||Vicksburg Blues||3:10|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||A & B Blues||2:54|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||After Hour Blues||2:40|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||Little Brother Stomp||2:16|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||Mule Face Blues||2:51|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||Cow Cow Blues||3:05|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||Vicksburg Blues||3:45|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||Crescent City Blues||2:38|
|–Little Brother Montgomery||Home Again Blues||4:55|
|BDCD-6034||Little Brother Montgomery||Vocal Accompaniments & Early Post-War Recordings 1930-1954 (CD, Comp)||Document Records||BDCD-6034||Austria||1993|