Mississippi John Hurt - The Songster herunterladen
|1||Richland Women Blues||4:15|
|5||Long, Lonesome Blues||3:45|
|6||Shake That Thing||2:07|
|7||Monday Morning Blues||4:40|
|8||Trouble, I've Had It All My Days||4:06|
|10||My Creole Belle||2:15|
|11||Ain't No Tellin'||3:40|
|12||Spike Driver Blues||2:50|
|13||Nobody's Dirty Business||3:45|
|14||Candy Man Blues||3:10|
|16||Hot Times In The Old Town||3:15|
|18||Here Am I, Oh Lord, Send Me||3:40|
|20||Baby, What's Wrong With You||3:15|
|BMLP1030||Mississippi John Hurt||Shake That Thing (LP, Album)||Blue Moon||BMLP1030||UK||1985|
|CDBM 083||Mississippi John Hurt||In Concert (CD, Album)||Blue Moon||CDBM 083||UK||1991|
|CRG 12007||Mississippi John Hurt||Live! (CD, Album)||Columbia River Entertainment Group||CRG 12007||UK||1991|
|none||Mississippi John Hurt||Live In Oberlin, Ohio 1965 (Cass, Album, RE, Unofficial)||The Loathed Sound Department||none||US||2018|
- Executive Producer – Grover C. Wimberly III, Toshiaka Fujimoto
- Liner Notes – Stephen C. LaVere
- Mastered By – Grover C. Wimberly III, Richard Simpson
- Photography – Stephen C. LaVere
Recorded live at Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio on April 15, 1965.
Special Thanks: Birgitta Landmark, The Kandamerica Staff, The Groove Time Records Crew, Steve LaVere, Masao Hirakawa, BJM & Frank Johnson.
- Manufactured By – Kandamerica Inc.
- Distributed By – Kandamerica Inc.
- Licensed Through – Red Dog Express
- Record Company – Groove Time Records
The 1928 Singles - Mississippi John Hurt. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The 1928 Singles. Исполнитель: Mississippi John Hurt. 2020 blues. John Smith Hurt March 8, 1893 November 2, 1966, better known as Mississippi John Hurt, was an American country blues singer and guitarist. Raised in Avalon, Mississippi, Hurt taught himself to play the guitar around the age of nine. His first recordings, made for Okeh Records in 1928, were commercial failures, and he continued to work as a farmer. The Best Of - Mississippi John Hurt. The Best Of. 2006 pop. You can get a lot of arguments started about which Mississippi blues musician is the best, so let's just say that this is first-rate Mississippi John Hurt material and leave it at that. 10 Candy Man Blues 3:10 11 My Creole Belle 2:15 12 Ain't No Tellin' 3:40 13 Shake That Thing 2:07 14 I'm Satisfied 1:50 15 Salty Dog 3:25 16 Nobody's Dirty Business 3:45 17 Louis Collins 5:07 18 Casey Jones 3:53 19 Baby, What's Wrong With You 3:15 20. Hot Times In The Old Town 3:15 21 Spike Driver Blues 2:50. About this release. King Bee Records 1002 US. More By Mississippi John Hurt. The Best of Mississippi John Hurt. Blues: The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. Complete Recordings of Mississippi John Hurt. The 1928 Sessions. Avalon Blues - The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings. Mississippi John Hurt: Complete Studio Recordings. You May Also Like. Texas Songster. Mance Lipscomb. Railroad Bill. Mississippi John Hurt - Blessed Be The Name 401485-B youtube - Praying On The Old Camp Ground 401486-B youtube rec. December 28, 1928 in New York City Mississippi John Hurt, voc, g. OKeh 8666. Mississippi John Hurt: The Songster. in concert April 15, 1966 at Oberlin College prod. by Bob Scherl The Oberlin Review in march 1966 has a schedule for MJH performing shows at the Wilder Main Building on April 15, 1966 so Vanguard's liner notes, archive April 15, 1965 do not show the actual recording date more info at. Mississippi John Hurt. Live At Oberlin College. Mississippi John Hurt - The Ballad Of Stagger Lee - Продолжительность: 7:43 JTgrimteam 1 697 447. Язык: Русский. Страна: США. John Smith Hurt, better known as Mississippi John Hurt July 3, 1893 or March 8, 1892 - November 2, 1966 was an American country blues singer and guitarist. Raised in Avalon, Mississippi, Hurt taught himself how to play the guitar around age nine. He first recorded for Okeh Records in 1928, but these were commercial failures. Hurt then drifted out of the recording scene, and he continued his work as a farmer. Tom Hoskins, a blues enthusiast, would be the fi read more. Mississippi John Hurt recorded 13 country-blues songs for the Okeh Electric Records company in 1928. Then he vanished. Actually, he never left his hometown of Avalon, Mississippi. He simply put the guitar down. It was the Great Depression, times were tough, money was scarce, and he needed to work. His winsome music-from the John Henry tale Spike Driver Blues to the smilingly off-color Candy Man Blues-is essential listening. Bear with the surface noise of the 78s. Frank John Hadley 1993