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album Various - Georgia Music Hall Of Fame Presents: Blues Came To Georgia mp3 download

Genre: Blues
Performer: Various
Album: Georgia Music Hall Of Fame Presents: Blues Came To Georgia
Released: 2001
Style: Country Blues
MP3 version ZIP size: 1890 mb
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Label: Music Maker Recordings ‎– MMCD 23. Format: CD, Compilation. Send You Back To Georgia. Arranged By – C. Stark Piano – Mike ParrishVocals, Guitar – Cootie StarkWritten-By – Trad.

Georgia's musical history is diverse and substantial; the state's musicians include Southern rap groups such as Outkast and Goodie Mob, as well as a wide variety of rock, pop, blues, and country artists such as the late Ray Charles, Otis Redding, James Brown, and The Allman Brothers Band. The music of Athens, Georgia is especially well known for a kind of quirky college rock that has included such well-known bands as . The B-52's, and Pylon.

2019 BHOF Ceremony: William Bell & Steve Cropper (Photo by Roger Stephenson). 2019 BHOF Ceremony: William Bell & Steve Cropper (Photo by Roger Stephenson). Making a Mark in Blues History. The Blues Hall of Fame honors those who have made the Blues timeless through performance, documentation, and recording. Classic of blues recording – album. The Sky Is Crying (Sphere Sound, 1965). Elmore James: The Sky is Crying is the other James recording being honored with a Blues Hall of Fame induction this year. The new Blues Hall of Fame is the place for serious blues fans, casual visitors, and wide-eyed students.

Chartered in 1964, the museum has amassed one of the world's most extensive musical collections.

Blues Came to Georgia by Music Maker Recordings, released 01 October 2001 1. Guitar Gabriel - Let No Woman 2. Cootie Stark - Send You Back to Georgia 3. John Lee Zeigler - Lose My Money, Let Me Lose 4. Beverly "Guitar" Watkins - Miz Dr. Feelgood 5. Precious Bryant - Fever 6. Neal Pattman - Market Blues 7. Rufus McKenzie - Mother Sleep On 8. Eddie Tigner - CC Rider 9. Essie Mae Brooks - Rain In Your Life 10. Mr. Frank Edwards - Chicken Raid 11. Cora Mae Bryant - McTell, Moss, and Weaver 12. Willa Mae Buckner - Yo-Yo 1. 14. Guitar Gabriel - Old Man Rivers 15. James Davis - Georgia Drumbeat.

The Georgia Music Hall of Fame's permanent exhibit space was designed to resemble a Georgia town where venues such as the Jazz and Swing Club, Vintage Vinyl and Rhythm & Blues Revue house artifacts, interpretive text and audio visual elements. Temporary exhibits included "Keeps Calling Me Home: A Gram Parsons Retrospective", "Let Freedom Sing: Music and the Civil Rights Movement" and '"Otis Redding: I’ve Got Dreams to Remember", named Museum Exhibition of the Year in 2008 by the Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries.

The GRAMMY Hall Of Fame was established by the Recording Academy's National Trustees in 1973 to honor recordings of lasting qualitative or historical significance that are at least 25 years old. Inductees are selected annually by a special member committee of eminent and knowledgeable professionals from all branches of the recording arts. HOODOO MAN BLUES Junior Wells Delmark (1966) (Album) Inducted 2008. HOROWITZ AT CARNEGIE HALL - AN HISTORIC RETURN Vladimir Horowitz Columbia (1965) (Album) Inducted 2002. MIDNIGHT TRAIN TO GEORGIA Gladys Knight And The Pips Buddah (1973) (Single) Inducted 1999.

The Georgia Music Hall of Fame, the state’s official Music Museum, was located in Macon, the city where artists like Little Richard, James Brown, Otis Redding and the Allman Brothers Band launched their careers. The Museum played an important role in educating people from around the nation about the rich history of Georgia Music. The 43,000 square foot facility featured permanent and changing exhibits that include music, video, memorabilia, instruments, performance costumes and more. Over 450 artists are represented in the exhibits.

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1 Guitar Gabriel Let No Woman
Vocals, Guitar – Guitar GabrielWritten-By – G. Gabriel*
2 Cootie Stark Send You Back To Georgia
Arranged By – C. Stark*Piano – Mike ParrishVocals, Guitar – Cootie StarkWritten-By – Trad.*
3 John Lee Zeigler* Lose My Money, Let Me Lose
Vocals, Guitar – John Lee Zeigler*Written-By – J. Zeigler*
4 Beverly "Guitar" Watkins Miz Dr. Feelgood
Bass – Jon SchwenkeCongas, Percussion – Chris UhlerDrums – Jason ReichenGuitar – Danny "Mudcat" DudeckProducer – Mike VernonVocals, Guitar – Beverly "Guitar" WatkinsWritten-By – B. Watkins*
5 Precious Bryant Fever
Vocals, Guitar – Precious BryantWritten-By – E. Cooley*, J. Davenport*
6 Neal Pattman Market Blues
Guitar – Danny "Mudcat" Dudeck, Jimmy RipVocals, Blues Harp [Harp] – Neal PattmanWritten-By – N. Pattman*
7 Rufus McKenzie Mother Sleep On
Vocals – Rufus McKenzieWritten-By – R. McKenzie*
8 Eddie Tigner CC Rider
Arranged By – E. Tigner*Bass – Matt SicklesBlues Harp [Harp], Recorded By – Paul LindenDrums – Ron LogsdonGuitar – Felix Reyes Vocals, Piano, Producer – Eddie TignerWritten-By – Trad.*
9 Essie Mae Brooks Rain In Your Life
Vocals – Essie Mae BrooksWritten-By – E. Brooks*
10 Mr. Frank Edwards* Chicken Raid
Vocals, Guitar – Mr. Frank Edwards*Written-By – F. Edwards*
11 Cora Mae Bryant McTell, Moss & Weaver
Guitar – Joshua Jacobson Vocals – Cora Mae BryantWritten-By – C. Bryant*
12 Willa Mae Buckner Yo-Yo
Arranged By – W. Buckner*Guitar – Tim Duffy*Piano – Mike ParrishVocals – Willa Mae BucknerWritten-By – Trad.*
13 Precious Bryant If You Don't Love Me, Would You Fool Me Good?
Vocals, Guitar – Precious BryantWritten-By – P. Bryant*
14 Guitar Gabriel Old Man Blues
Flugelhorn – Mark Levinson Piano – Mike ParrishVocals – Guitar GabrielWritten-By – G. Gabriel*, M. Levinson *
15 James Davis Georgia Drumbeat
Drums – Gilbert HendersonGuitar – James Davis Written-By – J. Davis*

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  • Copyright (c) – Pinnacle Productions, LLC
  • Recorded At – Audio Arts, Smyma, GA
  • Recorded At – The Snack-n-Shack


  • Design – Keith Ford
  • Executive-Producer – Lisa Love
  • Mastered By – Hansel Creech
  • Other [Artistic Consultant] – Taj Mahal
  • Producer, Recorded By, Liner Notes, Photography By, Art Direction – Timothy Duffy


Track 4 recorded at Audio Arts, Smyma, GA.
Track 8 recorded at the Snack-n-Shack, Atlanta, GA.

"A special note of appreciation to our friend Bill Lucado."

No durations are printed on the release.

© 2001 Pinnacle Productions, LLC.

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