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Album · 2002 · 23 Songs. Dreaming the Blues: The Best of Charlie Spand. Zero ads. Try it now.
Album · 2002 · 23 Songs. Back To the Woods Blues. 5. Soon This Morning Blues. 6. Moanin' the Blues. 7. Mistreatment Blues. 8. Ain't Gonna Stand For That.
Got To Have My Sweetbread. 4. Soon This Morning Bloues. 9. Dreamin' The Blues. 10. Levee Camp Man. 11. Fetch Your Water. 12. In The Barrel Blues.
Charlie Spand was an American blues and boogie-woogie pianist and singer, noted for his barrelhouse style. Spand was deemed one of the most influential piano players of the 1920s. Little is known of his life outside of music, and his total recordings comprise only thirty three tracks. There is speculation about his place of birth.
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Charlie Spand (born May 8, 1893; died after 1958) was an American blues and boogie-woogie pianist and singer, noted for his barrelhouse style. He was deemed one of the most influential piano players of the 1920s Charlie Spand. May 8, 1893 Columbus, Mississippi, United States Spand's track "Back to the Woods" has been recorded by Kokomo Arnold, Joan Crane and Rory Block. Josh White recorded Spand's "Good Ga. Selected compilation albums.
Charlie Spand – vocals, piano Blind Blake – guitar (1,8,9,15) Josh White – guitar (5). Next to nothing is known about barrelhouse pianist Charlie Spand - the 33 scattered tracks which comprise his recorded legacy are virtually the only concrete proof that he even existed. Although his exact origins are unclear, his 1940 recording "Alabama Blues" contains references to his birth there; academics also offer his earlier performances of "Mississippi Blues" and "Levee Camp Man" as strong evidence of a connection to the Delta.
|1||Introduction From Hometown Skiffle|
|3||Got To Have My Sweetbread|
|4||Back To The Woods Blues|
|5||Soon This Morning Bloues|
|6||Moanin' The Blues|
|8||Ain't Gonna Stand For That|
|9||Dreamin' The Blues|
|10||Levee Camp Man|
|11||Fetch Your Water|
|12||In The Barrel Blues|
|14||Thirsty Woman Blues|
|15||Big Fat Mama Blues|
|17||She's Got Good Stuff|
|18||Evil Woman Spell|
|19||Soon This Morning #2|
|20||Room Rent Blues|
|21||45th St. Blues|
|22||Georgia Mule Blues|
|23||Hard Times Blues|
- Liner Notes – Bob Hall
- Producer – Francis Wilford-Smith
- Remastered By – Richard Nevins
NotesOriginal recordings from the collections of Francis Wilford-Smith and John Tefteller.
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