The story of the blues

story of the bluesThis is one of the most brilliant compilation albums about

the history of the blues by Paul Oliver.
This overview of the blues starts in 1923 and ends in 1968 and it’s categorized into four parts:

-Origins of the Blues
-Blues & Entertainment
-The Thirties, Urban & Rural Blues
-World War II And after
 
 
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Disk 1
Origins of the Blues
1. Yarum Praise songs – Fra-Fra Tribesmen 1964
2. Stack O’Lee Blues – Mississippi John Hurt 1928
3. Travelin’ Blues – Blind Willie McTell 1929
4. Stone Pony Blues – Charley Patton 1934
5. Black snake Moan – Blind Lemon Jefferson 1927
6. Pigmeat – Leadbelly 1935
7. Broken Yo Yo – Texas Alexander 1929
8. Broke & Hungry Blues – Peg Leg Howell 1929

Blues & Entertainment
9. It Won’t Be long Now – Barbecue Bob & Laughing Charlie 1927
10. Georgia Crawl – Henry Williams &Eddie Anthony 1928
11. Dangerous Woman – Mississippi Jug Band 1936
12. Gator Wobble – Memphis Jug Band 1934
13. In the House Blues – Bessie Smith 1931
14. Shake It Down – Lillian Glinn 1928
15. Pratt City Blues – Bertha ‘Chippie’ Hill 1926
16. What It Takes To Bring You Back – Butterbeans & Susie 1930

Disk 2
The Thirties, Urban & Rural Blues
1. Midnight hour Blues – Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell 1932
2. East St Louis blues – Faber Smith & Jimmy Yancey 1940
3. Good Whiskey Blues – Peetie Wheatstraw 1935
4. WPA Blues – Casey Bill Welton & Black Bob 1936
5. Sorry Feeling Blues – Bo Carter 1931
6 Queen of spades – Robert Johnson 1937
7. Bukka White – Parchman farm blues 1940
8. Me and My Chauffeur Blues – Memphis Minnie 1937

World War II And after
9. I want Some Of Your pie – Blind Boy Fullerton & Sonny Terry 1939
10. Million Lonesome Women – Brownie Mcghee 1941
11. Wild Cow Moan – Joe Williams & Sonny Boy Williamson 1947
12. All By Myself – Big Bill Broonzy 1941
13. Roll ‘Em Pete – Joe Turner & Pete Johnson 1938
14. Bloody murder – Otis Span 1968
15. Sunnyland – Elmore James 1963
16. I don’t know – Johnny Shines 1968

    11 thoughts on “The story of the blues

    1. Je demonoid linkt direct naar de torrent?? (krijg je pag. in demonoid dus niet te zien)

      Anyway, ondands de lay, ziet er gheyl uit, vooral nr. 9 van disk 2. Je eigenste torrent btw? Want in dat geval zal ik seeden ff op unlimited knallen.

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