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|Title:||Feeling Folk Blues|
|MP3 album size:||1983 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1150 mb|
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Paul Butterfield Blues Band at Newport Folk Festival 1965 rec. July 23, 1965 at an afternoon workshop called "Blues: Origins and Offshoots" (late addition.
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The Blues' originated as a style of local folk music from around the Mississippi Delta as the 20 th Century began. Its influence was spread across the Southern States by travelling shows and 'wandering songsters' like Lead Belly and Blind Lemon Jefferson, who sang Blues songs along with folk ballads, spirituals and Ragtime ditties, and both used Blues forms in their own compositions in their later recording careers. Lead Belly was the quintessential old-time travelling songster, with an enormous and varied repertoire of folk, blues, ballads, work songs, prison songs, political songs and children's ditties. His career fully spanned the first half of the twentieth century, from the cat-houses of Shreveport to the stages of Paris.
The Real Folk Blues is a 1966 compilation album of Muddy Waters recordings, released on the Chess record label in January 1966. The album was the first release of The Real Folk Blues series and has since been re-released on multiple formats. The album features some of Waters' first recordings. The cover art photography and design on The Real Folk Blues was done by Don S. Bronstein and the sleeve notes for the original album were done by Willie Dixon.
3. Blues With A Feeling. Songwriter – W. Jacobs. 4. Thank You Mr. Poobah. Songwriter – M. Naftalin, M. Bloomfield, P. Butterfield.
British blues: Direct from the Delta to Dartford and beyond, the Blues turned British rock on its head. But as their debut album shows, they could rock. Frampton and Marriott bend their guitar strings round each other with passion and sensitivity while bassist Greg Raidley and drummer Jerry Shirley do the same with the rhythm section. The tracks on their second album are an eclectic bunch, blending the blues with folk, country, gospel and even prog. And they sound better now than they did then. 26. Juicy Lucy - Juicy Lucy (Vertigo, 1969).
With a style honed in the gritty blues bars of Chicago's south side, the Butterfield Blues Band was instrumental in bringing the sound of authentic Chicago blues to a young white audience in the mid-'60s. ead Full Biography.
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The two "Real Folk Blues" albums was issued on one CD in 1999, eliminating the need to seek them out individually. Recorded between 1948 and 1952, the 12 songs on "More Real Folk Blues" include several highlights: Drummer Elgin Evans plays a supremely tough cut-and-shuffle rhythm on "She's Alright" (one of only two songs to feature a full band, including a drummer), and Little Walter's chromatic harp smoulders on "You're Gonna Need My Help" and burns a hole right blues is happy music, an escape from sadness. when Muddy sings, you feel the blues, and you feel the joy that goes with them. That may fly in the face of everything you thought you know about the blues. But when you put this in your CD player, you'll know he's speaking the truth.
Any blues fan will truly love this album. Stand Out Tunes: All of Them! Fantastic Negrito – Please Don’t Be Dead. Xavier Amin Dphrepaulezz has had a troubled and significantly rough life in various ways. He is known as the original guitarist in Paul Butterfield’s Blues Band and played alongside fellow guitarist Mike Bloomfield. He has also cultivated an impressive solo career, releasing 21 studio albums since 1969. Both a Rock and Roll Hall and Blues Hall of Famer, Bishop is still going strong and demonstrates his prowess on Something Smells Funky. Now, at 63 Boyce has delivered his third album with his brand of rough old-style blues he learned from Hill country bluesmen like . His voice or guitar playing isn’t the prettiest or flashiest, but it is pure and from his heart. Stand Out Tunes: Rooster Won’t Crow, Going Down South.
|1||Nine Pound Hammer|
|2||Come Home Blues|
|3||We're Crossing Jordan's River|
|5||The Black Man's Lament (The Klan)|
|6||Nobody Know The Trouble I've Seen|
|7||Take This Hammer To The Captain|
|8||Hey! Sinner Man|
|9||St. James Infirmary Blues|
|10||Black Girl Blues|
|11||The Water Is Wide|
|13||Sportin' Life Blues|
|14||Go Down Hanna|