Various - Blues Roots / Chicago - The 1930's mp3 flac
Blues Roots/Chicago the 1930's.
DeLoss Soulschool Showcase Gay 90s Ragtime Jazz Blues Boogie Woogie Doo Wop Rhythm and Blues Oldies Oldies But Goodies Old School s s 1940.
Blues Roots/Chicago - The 1930's. As the Depression's early days brought Southern musicians to Northern cities, the Chicago blues scene absorbed and incorporated these new arrivals. Ensembles grew, the blues became more popular, and individual musicians' styles combined to form a sound that reflected musicians' familiarity with each other and the creativity each brought to the session. FWRBF16, RBF 16. Year(s) Released.
Chicago in the 1930s was one of the major centers of activity in the United States. 1930s Chicago is strongly associated with gangsters and the mafia and speakeasies to provide alcohol following Prohibition. Many struggling musicians came to the city and found solace in the blues and jazz in the clubs of the city as a way to cope with their grievances. The Doorway to Hell (1930) was a movie made in 1930 based on the theme of organizing the various gangs in Chicago so that the gangsters do not destroy each other . Folkways Smithsonian. Retrieved 16 June 2013.
Artist: Various Artists Genre: Blues Release Date: 01/01/2009 Label: Folkways Records Catalog Number: 16 Recording: Studio Length: Format: CD. Dig-Deeper. For The Throne: Music Inspired By The HBO Series Game Of Thrones (LP) Various Artists.
Blues - Recently Added. A killer album of funky blues – recorded by Howlin Wolf during the period when Chess/Cadet was backing its older artists up with some of the newer funk musicians it had working in its studios! The overall sound works quite well – and although purists at the time moaned at the way. LP, Vinyl record album. Bottleneck Guitar Trend Setters Of The 1930s (180 gram vinyl). A great document of an amazing blues tradition – bottleneck guitar, offered up here in a host of original 78s from the 30s!
Albert Wynn And His Gut Bucket Five. Crying My Blues Away. Banjo – Charlie Jackson (10)Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone – Lester BooneDrums – Sidney CatlettPiano, Vocals – Alex Hill Trombone – Albert WynnTrumpet – Punch MillerWritten-By – Hill. Get Easy Blues (Chicago 1928-1930) (CD, Comp).
The blues has deep roots in American history, particularly African-American history. The blues originated on Southern plantations in the 19th Century. Unlike jazz, the blues didn't spread out significantly from the South to the Midwest until the 1930s and '40s. Once the Delta blues made their way up the Mississippi to urban areas, the music evolved into electrified Chicago blues, other regional blues styles, and various jazz-blues hybrids. A decade or so later the blues gave birth to rhythm 'n blues and rock 'n roll. No single person invented the blues, but many people claimed to have discovered the genre.
Juju Roots 1930's - 1950'. has been added to your Cart. Looks Just like Jean Redpath's "Father Adam" Philo Jean's album, like all of her works, is great. 5 Child Ballads and all the other songs have a true Scottish folk history. The name on this CD doesn't sound right but the song titles are all good.
|A1||–Big Bill Broonzy||When I Had Money|
|A2||–Big Bill Broonzy||I've Got To Dig You|
|A3||–Big Bill Broonzy||Keep Your Hands Off Her|
|A4||–Memphis Minnie||Hold Me Blues|
|A5||–Memphis Minnie||Killer Diller|
|A6||–Johnnie Temple*||New Louise Louise Blues|
|A7||–Johnnie Temple*||So Lonely And Blue|
|B1||–Jazz Gillum||Key To The Highway|
|B2||–Jazz Gillum||Go Back To The Country|
|B3||–Big Maceo||Winter Time Blues|
|B4||–St. Louis Jimmy (Jimmy Oden)*||Going Down Slow|
|B5||–Washboard Sam||Come On In|
|B6||–Washboard Sam||Yes! I Got Your Woman|
|B7||–Washboard Sam||Just Got To Hold You|
- Compiled By, Liner Notes – Samuel Charters*
- Design [Cover] – Ronald Clyne
- Photography By – Ann Charters
NotesDescriptive notes and lyrics inside.
|RBF 16||Various||Blues Roots / Chicago - The 1930's (LP, Comp, Red)||RBF Records||RBF 16||US||1967|