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The Mississippi Blues Trail was created by the Mississippi Blues Commission in 2006 to place interpretive markers at the most notable historical sites related to the birth, growth, and influence of the blues throughout (and in some cases beyond) the state of Mississippi. Within the state the trail extends from the Gulf Coast north along several highways to (among other points) Natchez, Vicksburg, Jackson, Leland, Greenwood, Clarksdale, Tunica, Grenada, Oxford, Columbus, and Meridian.
The Mississippi Blues, No. 3, Transition: 1926-1937, Origin Jazz Library OJL-17. ODUM, Howard . Folk-Song and Folk-Poetry as Found in the Secular Songs of the Southern Negroes, The Journal of American Folklore, 24, 93, July-Sept. PALMER, Robert, Deep Blues, New York, Penguin Books, 1981. SMITH, Bessie, Honey Man Blues, Columbia 14172-D, 1926. SMITH, Bessie, Ticket Agent, Ease Your Window Down, Columbia 14025-D, 1924. THOMAS, Henry, Railroadin’ Some (C-4623), Vocalion 1443, 1929.
Having already released collections of the more famous of the Mississippi country blues players of the 1920s and 1930s, England's Document Records is now swinging back and spotlighting blues players from the state who have only a handful of tracks to their name. This volume gathers the complete known recorded work of Arthur Petties, Freddie Spruell, and Willie "Poor Boy" Lofton, all of whom show the influence of Tommy Johnson, particularly Lofton, whose "Dark Road Blues" is a spirited version of Johnson's "Big Road Blues. Spruell appears to have been living in Chicago by the time he made these recordings, and his actual connection to Mississippi (other than stylistically) is uncertain. The sound on some of these tracks, particularly Spruell's, is a little rough, full of the crackles, pops, and hiss that is endemic to rare 78s.
Mississippi Jook Band. Willie '61' Blackwell. Tracks count: 1. Views: 6. Freddie Spruell - Muddy Waters Blues 03:12. Live in Brno 2003 - Charlie McCoy, Druha Trava, Robert Krestan.
The Mississippi Blues 1927-1940 Bukka White - The Panama Limited - Special Streamline Willie Brown - Future Blues - M & O Blues Kid Bailey - Mississippi Bottom Blues Robert Wilkins - That's No Way To Get Along - I Do Blues Mississippi John Hurt - Got The Blues, Can't Be Satisfied - Louis Collins William Harris - Bullfrog Blues - Hot Time Blues Skip James - If Yo. Mississippi John Hurt 1928: Stack O' Lee Blues His First Recordings - Frankie - Nobodys Dirty Business - Ain't No Tellin - Louis Collins - Avalon Blues - Big Leg Blues - Stack O Lee Blues - Candy Man Blues - Got The Blues Cant Be Satisfied - Blessed Be The Name
Mississippi Delta blues, also known as Delta blues, regional style of early 20th-century American folk music, centred in the Delta region of northwestern Mississippi. The pioneers of the style played a key role in developing the market for traditional blues recordings in the 1920s and ’30s, while the subsequent generation of Delta-born guitarists contributed to the rise of Chicago blues, electric blues, and the folk blues revival in the post-World War II years.
Here are performances by 48 forgotten jazz and blues artists, employed by travelling mountebanks to flog dubious wonder cures and transcribed from crumbling vintage 78s. Two CDs showcase fascinating oddities: an extract from Alec Johnson's A Trip to Coontown, the first musical ever written and performed by black Americans; the cowboy Frank Hutchison's curiously upbeat reading of the murder ballad Stackalee; and Daddy Stovepipe and Mississippi Sarah's The Spasm, a jaunty look at domestic disunity.
|A1||–Hambone Willie Newburn*||Roll And Tumble Blues|
|A2||–Hambone Willie Newburn*||Dreamy-eye'd Woman Blues|
|A3||–Robert Johnson||I'm A Steady Rolling Man|
|A4||–Robert Johnson||Sweet Home Chicago|
|A5||–Johnny Temple||Big Boat Whistle|
|A6||–Blind Joe Amos||C & O Blues|
|A7||–Skip James||Cherry Ball|
|A8||–Bo Weavil Jackson||You Can't Keep No Brown|
|B1||–Big Joe Williams||Stepfather Blues|
|B2||–Big Joe Williams||49 Highway Blues|
|B3||–Mississippi John Hurt||Stack 'O' Lee Blues|
|B4||–Caldwell Bracy*||You Scolded Me And Drove Me From Your Door|
|B5||–Caldwell Bracy*||I'll Overcome Someday|
|B6||–Mary Butler||Mad Dog Blues|
|B7||–Rosie Mae Moore||School Girl Blues|
|B8||–Bertha Lee With Charlie Patton*||Mind Reader Blues|
- Liner Notes – David Evans
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|OJL-17||Various||The Mississippi Blues, No.3: Transition, 1926-1937 (LP, Comp)||Origin Jazz Library||OJL-17||US||1969|
|OJL-17||Various||The Mississippi Blues, No.3: Transition, 1926-1937 (LP, Comp, RP)||Origin Jazz Library||OJL-17||US||Unknown|
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