Blues The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007.html Mon, 26 Sep 2022 00:10:44 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb The Memphis Blues Again: An Anthology Of The Blues Today In Memphis Vol. 2 (1971) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/18056-the-memphis-blues-again-an-anthology-of-the-blues-today-in-memphis-vol-2-1971.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/18056-the-memphis-blues-again-an-anthology-of-the-blues-today-in-memphis-vol-2-1971.html The Memphis Blues Again: An Anthology Of The Blues Today In Memphis Vol. 2 (1971)

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1 	–Bukka White 	Fried Chicken	3:19

Bukka White – guitar, vocals
Backwards Sam Firk - guitar

2 	–Willie Morris 	New Stop And Listen Blues	4:18
3 	–Willie Morris 	My Good Woman Has Quit Me		3:52
4 	–Willie Morris	Tell My Mama, Babe, On You	3:45

Willie Morris – vocals
Backwards Sam Firk - guitar
Dewey Corley – bass (2)

5 	–Richard "Hacksaw" Harney 	Hacksaw's Down South Blues	2:54
6 	–Richard "Hacksaw" Harney 	Can Can	2:45

Richard "Hacksaw" Harney – guitar, piano
Backwards Sam Firk - guitar
Dewey Corley – bass

7 	–Walter Miller	 	I Don't Care What You Do	3:42

Walter Miller – guitar, vocals
Willie Morris – guitar
Mose Vinson – piano

8 	–Memphis Piano Red John Williams 	Me And My Pal		2:50

Memphis Piano Red John Williams - piano

9 	–Sleepy John Estes 	Drop Down Mama	5:19

Sleepy John Estes – guitar, vocals
Gary Smith - harmonica

10 	–Van Hunt 	Jelly Selling Woman 	3:55
11 	–Van Hunt  	Lonesone Road Blues	5:07

Van Hunt  -  vocals
Mose Vinson – piano
Dewey Corley – bass (11)

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The Memphis Blues Again - An Anthology Of The Blues Today In Memphis Vol.I (1971) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/18046-the-memphis-blues-again-an-anthology-of-the-blues-today-in-memphis-voli-1971.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/18046-the-memphis-blues-again-an-anthology-of-the-blues-today-in-memphis-voli-1971.html The Memphis Blues Again - An Anthology Of The Blues Today In Memphis Vol.I (1971)

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1- Nobody's Business But My Own
2- Lonesome To Myself

Nathan Beauregard – banjo (electric), vocals
Backwards Sam Firk - guitar

3- Sunnyland Train Blues

Sam Clark – piano, vocals
Dewey Corley – bass
Richard Harney – guitar
Backwards Sam Firk - guitar

4- Catfish Blues

Earl Bell – guitar
Marshall "Memphis Sonny Boy" Jones - harmonica

5- You Ain't Too Old
6- Bullfrog Blues

Mose Vinson – piano vocals
Dewey Corley – bass, kazoo (5)
Backwards Sam Firk - guitar

7- Tin Pan Alley
8- Scood Up Be Doop Day

Sweet Charlene Peeples – vocals
Mose Vinson – piano

9- Natural Born Eastman No. 2
10- New Turn Your Money Green

Furry Lewis – guitar, vocals
Dewey Corley – bass (10)
Willie Morris – guitar (10)

11- Basin Street Blues
12- Sweet Patricia

Joe Dobbins – piano, vocals
Backwards Sam Firk – guitar (11)

13- Mule Gallop

Gus Cannon – banjo, vocals

14- Dewey's Walkin' Blues
15- Step It Up And Go

Dewey Corley – bass, kazoo, vocals
Backwards Sam Firk – guitar
Willie Morris – guitar (14)
Walter Miller – guitar (15)
Furry Lewis – voice (comments)

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Memphis Blues: Important Postwar Blues CD D (2006) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/15278-memphis-blues-important-postwar-blues-cd-d-2006.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/15278-memphis-blues-important-postwar-blues-cd-d-2006.html Memphis Blues: Important Postwar Blues CD D (2006)

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01. Rufus Thomas - Tiger Man
02. Rufus Thomas - Save That Money
03. Little Milton - Lookin' For My Baby
04. Little Milton - Homesick for My Baby
05. Sammy Lewis & Wille Johnson - Feel So Worried
06. Sammy Lewis & Willie Johnson - So Long Baby, Goodbye
07. James Cotton - Cotton Crop Blues (Take 1)
08. James Cotton - Hold Me In Your Arms
09. Howling Wolf - Come Back Home (Take 1)
10. Howling Wolf - Chocolate Drop
11. Earl Hooker - Blue Guitar
12. Boyd Gilmore - Believe I'll Settle Down
13. Walter Horton - We All Gotta Go Sometime
14. Walter Horton - Off The Wall
15. Little Junior - Love My Baby
16. Little Junior - Mystery Train
17. Bobby Bland - Dry Up Baby
18. Bobby Bland - Crying All Night Long
19. Billy 'Red' Love - Way After Midnight (Take 1)
20. Billy 'Red' Love - Hey Now (Take 1)
21. Earl Forest - I Wronged A Woman
22. Earl Forest - I Can't Forgive You
23. Johnny Ace - Midnight Hours Journey
24. Raymond Hill - My Baby Left Me
25. Ike Turner - You're Driving Me Insane
26. Ike Turner - Trouble And Heartache
27. Billy 'The Kid' Emerson - When It Rains It Pours
28. Billy "The Kid" Emerson - Move Baby Move

 

With over one hundred tracks of post war Memphis blues and early RB,most of it on the rare and hard to find side, this JSP box set will findits greatest appeal with blues collectors, although the more generalblues fan will find a lot to treasure here, too. Among the manyhighlights are Sleepy John Estes sly Rats in My Kitchen, RufusThomas Hound Dog variation, Bear Cat, Bobby Blands desolateDrifting From Town to Town, Pat Hares farfromsubtle Im Gonna MurderMy Baby, and Junior Parkers classic Mystery Train. --- manydl.net

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Memphis Blues: Important Postwar Blues CD C (2006) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/15268-memphis-blues-important-postwar-blues-cd-c-2006.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/15268-memphis-blues-important-postwar-blues-cd-c-2006.html Memphis Blues: Important Postwar Blues CD C (2006)

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01. Rosco Gordon - T-Model Boogie
02. Rosco Gordon - Saddled The Cow (And Milked The Horse)
03. Willie Nix - Seems Like A Millon Years (Take 1)
04. Willie Nix - Riding In The Moonlight
05. L.B. Lawson - Can't Love Me And My Money Too
06. L.B. Lawson - Flypaper Boogie
07. Little Milton - Somebody Told Me
08. Little Milton - If You Love Me
09. Little Milton - Feelin' Good
10. Little Milton - Fussin' And Fightin' Blues
11. Billy 'Red' Love - Hart's Bread Boogie
12. Billy 'Red' Love - Blues Leave Me Alone
13. Joe Hill Louis - She Comes To See Me Sometime (take 1)
14. Joe Hill Louis - We All Gotta Go Sometime
15. Honeyboy Edwards - Sweet Home Chicago (take 1)
16. Mose Vinson - Mistreating Boogie
17. Mose Vinson - Worry You Off My Mind
18. L.C. Hubert - Lucy Done Moved - 2:30
19. Eddie Snow - Don't Dog Me Around
20. Eddie Snow - Skin And Bone (Take 1)
21. Johnny O'Neal - Dead Letter Blues (take 1)
22. Johnny O'Neal - Ugly Woman (take 3)
23. Houston Stokes - You'll Be Sorry
24. Houston Stokes - Blue And Lonsome
25. Raymond Hill - Long Gone Raymond
26. Raymond Hill - I'm Back Pretty Baby
27. Kenneth Banks - Blue Man (take 1)
28. Kenneth Banks - High (take 1)

 

As usual, JSP is not shy with the quantity of titles provided in this amazing 4-CD set of Memphis Blues. All of the songs in this collection were recorded by Sam Phillips at his Memphis Recording Services studio between 1951 and 1954, with some of them getting released on his home-grown Sun label. Many of the titles however, were not released until years after they were recorded, due to recording quality issues or due to Phillips' reluctance to market them as hit-parade material.

While some of these songs overlap the ones issued on the Varese 3-CD set "Sun Records: Ultimate Blues Collection", there is plenty of stuff here for collectors and non-collectors alike to go crazy with. The sheer volume of material itself is almost overwhelming but the musical integrity suffers not in spite of.

Sam Phillips had a sensitive nose for talent and this attribute ensured that many who came to his studio looking to make a record were not overlooked. Even Sam Phillip's janitor/plumber got to put down 2 songs (Mose Vinson) and the evidence is that the guy could have made a living as a musician. The long term result of all of this musical activity is that JSP have compiled here, a priceless miniature archive of indigenous Memphis area blues circa post-WW2.

Here also, are some rare and early titles by better-known artists like Earl Hooker, James Cotton, Little Jr. Parker, Little Milton, Howlin' Wolf, Rufus Thomas, Big Walter Horton, Ike Turner, Bobby Bland, and Johnny Ace. All of these artists went on to other labels and more success following the demise of Memphis Recording Services.

The real treasures however, are the numbers waxed by the artists who made a few titles then left the business or vanished. The listener of this set will be treated to much additional pleasure from Doctor Ross, Joe Hill Louis, Jimmy DeBerry, Sammy Lewis, Willie Johnson (who became Howlin Wolf's working guitarist for a while), Willie Nix, and Houston Stokes.

Liner notes by long-term blues booster Neil Slaven are comprehensive and do a good job of drilling directly to the political times, the music business, and to the historical significance of this fine music. Collect this music now while it is still available in an artistically presentable format; it won't stay around like this forever.

Listeners who enjoy the music on this collection are encouraged to seek out the 4 single CD volumes of Memphis and neighbouring area blues, recorded for the Modern Records label (a competitor to Sun Records) around the same time, and re-released recently by Ace Records in England. --- Curtiss Clarke, amazon.com

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Memphis Blues - Important Postwar Blues CD B (2006) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/15243-memphis-blues-important-postwar-blues-cd-b-2006.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/15243-memphis-blues-important-postwar-blues-cd-b-2006.html Memphis Blues - Important Postwar Blues CD B (2006)

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01. Howling Wolf - Moanin' At Midnight
02. Howling Wolf - Bluebird
03. Earl Hooker - Move On Down The Line
04. Earl Hooker - The Kucklebuck
05. Walter Horton - Walter's Instrumental
06. Walter Horton - Grandmother Got Grandfather Told
07. Willie Nix - Midnight Showers Of Rain
08. Willie Nix - Prison Bound Blues
09. Rufus Thomas - Bear Cat
10. Rufus Thomas - Married Woman
11. Rosco Gordon - Roscoe's Boogie
12. Rosco Gordon - City Women
13. Earl Forest - Baby, Baby
14. Earl Forest - Rock The Bottle
15. Bad Women, Bad Whiskey
16. Little Jr. Parker - You're My Angel
17. Bobby Bland - Good Lovin' Bobby Bland 2:23 $0.99
18. Bobby Bland - Drifting From Town To Town
19. James Cotton - My Baby
20. James Cotton - Straighten Up Baby
21. Shy Guy Douglas - Work With Her Boy
22. Shy Guy Douglas - Detroit Arrow Blues
23. Houston Boines - Carry My Business On, Take 1
24. Houston Boines - Crying In The Courthouse, Take 1
25. Charlie Booker - Walked All Night
26. Charlie Booker - Baby I'm Coming Home
27. Pat Hare - I'm Gonna Murder My Baby
28. Pat Hare - Bonus Pay

 

This 4-disc set collects over 100 post-war blues sides recorded in Memphis, just about all for Sam Phillips' Sun label (in fact, quite a number of tracks are duplicated on the multi-disc Sun blues box issued a number of years ago). Early sides by such major blues artists as Howlin' Wolf, Little Milton, James Cotton, and Roscoe Gordon are here, but it's usually the lesser known artists that provide the surprises and highlights: Woodrow Adams, Hot Shot Love, Raymond Hill, Pat Hare, and L.B. Lawson all knocked my socks off with their recordings. A number of inclusions are alternate takes. The blues from Memphis offer a wide variety of styles, from boogie-woogie to the deepest down-home heartbreakers. JSP specializes in 4-disc boxes revolving around particular themes, and all of them are superb: lots of music, great selections, the best sound available - all at a bargain price. This set is no exception. Post-war blues fans will find this set a total knockout; I call it a must-have set. Grab it while you can. ---Bomojaz, amazon.com

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Memphis Blues: Important Postwar Blues – CD A (2006) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/15238-memphis-blues-important-postwar-blues-cd-a-2006.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/4007-memphis-blues/15238-memphis-blues-important-postwar-blues-cd-a-2006.html Memphis Blues: Important Postwar Blues – CD A (2006)

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01. Joe Hill Louis - Gotta Let You Go
02. Joe Hill Louis - Boogie In The Park
03. Henry Hill - That Ain't Right, Take 1
04. Doctor Ross - Little Soldier Boy (take 2)
05. Doctor Ross - Country Clown (take 1)
06. William Stewart - County Farm Blues
07. William Stewart - They Call Me Talkin' Boy
08. Jimmy & Walter - Easy
09. Jimmy & Walter - Before Long
10. D.A. Hunt - Lonesome Ol' Jail
11. D.A. Hunt - Greyhound Blues
12. Sleepy John Estes - Registration Day Blues
13. Sleepy John Estes - Rats In My Kitchen
14. Willam Stewart - Rattlesnake Mama
15. Willam Stewart - Forty Four Blues
16. Joe Hill Louis - I Feel Like A Million
17. Joe Hill Louis - Heartache Baby
18. Charlie Burse - Shorty The Barber
19. Woodrow Adams - The Last Time
20. Woodrow Adams - Train Is Comin'
21. Pinetop Perkins - Pinetop's Boogie Woogie
22. Sleepy Joe Estes - Policy Man Blues Take 1
23. Coy ''Hot Shot'' Love - Wolf Call Boogie
24. Coy ''Hot Shot'' Love - Harmonica Jam
25. Jimmy DeBerry - Take A Little Chance
26. Doctor Ross - Tailor Made
27. Doctor Ross - The Boogie Disease

 

A strain of country blues all its own, Memphis Blues gives the rise of two distinct forms: the jug band (playing and singing a humorous, jazz-style of blues played on homemade instruments) and the beginnings of assigning parts to guitarists for solo (lead) and rhythm, a tradition that is now part and parcel of all modern day blues -- and rock & roll -- bands. The earliest version of the genre was heavily tied to the local medicine show and vaudeville traditions, lasting well into the late '30s. The later, post-World War II version of this genre featured explosive, distorted electric guitar work, thunderous drumming, and fierce, declamatory vocals. ---Rovi

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