The Resource Memphis blues : important postwar recordings, (sound recording)

Memphis blues : important postwar recordings, (sound recording)

Label
Memphis blues : important postwar recordings
Title
Memphis blues
Title remainder
important postwar recordings
Title variation
  • Important postwar recordings
  • Important postwar blues
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Accompanying matter
historical information
Cataloging source
MUM
Date time place
Recorded in Memphis, Tenn., 1950-1955
Form of composition
blues
Format of music
not applicable
PerformerNote
Various performers
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1929-
  • 1899-1977
  • 1917-
  • 1910-1976
  • 1929-1970
  • 1922-1991
  • 1917-2001
  • 1925-
  • 1917-2002
  • 1933-
  • 1923-1995
  • 1929-1954
  • 1925-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Louis, Joe Hill
  • Hill, Henry
  • Doctor Ross
  • Hunt, D. A.
  • Estes, Sleepy John
  • Burse, Charlie
  • Adams, Woodrow
  • Perkins, Pinetop
  • Love, Hot Shot
  • DeBerry, Jimmy
  • Howlin' Wolf
  • Hooker, Earl
  • Horton, Big Walter
  • Nix, Willie
  • Thomas, Rufus
  • Gordon, Rosco
  • Forest, Earl
  • Parker, Junior
  • Bland, Bobby
  • Little Milton
  • Cotton, James
  • Douglas, Shy Guy
  • Boines, Houston
  • Booker, Charlie
  • Hare, Pat
  • Lawson, L. B
  • Love, Billy
  • Edwards, Honeyboy
  • Vinson, Mose
  • Hubert, L. C
  • Snow, Eddie
  • O'Neal, Johnny
  • Stokes, Houston
  • Hill, Raymond
  • Lewis, Sammy
  • Johnson, Willie
  • Gilmore, Boyd
  • Banks, Kenneth
  • Ace, Johnny
  • Turner, Ike
  • Emerson, Billy
  • Jimmy and Walter
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Blues (Music)
  • Blues (Music)
Label
Memphis blues : important postwar recordings, (sound recording)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Blues songs from Memphis, Tenn
  • Previously released recordings
  • Compact discs; 4 discs, in box
Capture and storage technique
unknown
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
CD 1 (A). Gotta let you go ; Boogie in the park (Joe Hill Louis). That ain't right : take 1 (Henry Hill). Little soldier boy : take 2 ; Country clown : take 1 (Doctor Ross). Country farm blues ; They call me talkin' boy (William Stewart). Easy ; Before long (Jimmy & Walter). Lonesome ol' jail ; Greyhound blues (D.A. Hunt). Registration Day blues ; Rats in my kitchen (Sleepy John Estes). Rattlesnake mama ; Forty four blues (William Stewart). I feel like a million ; Heartache baby (Joe Hill Louis). Short the barber (Charlie Burse). The last time ; Train is comin' (Woodrow Adams). Pinetop's boogie woogie (Pinetop Perkins). Policy man blues : take 1 (Sleepy John Estes). Wolf call boogie (Coy "Hot Shot" Love). Take a little chance (Jimmy DeBerry). Tailor made ; The boogie disease (Doctor Ross) -- CD 2 (B). Moanin' at midnight ; Bluebird (Howling Wolf). Move on down the line ; The hucklebuck (Earl Hooker). Walter's instrumental ; Grandmother got grandfather told (Walter Horton). Midnight showers of rain ; Prison bound blues (Willie Nix). Bear cat ; Married woman (Rufus Thomas). Roscoe's boogie ; City women (Rosco Gordon). Baby, baby ; rock the bottle (Earl Forest). Bad women, bad whiskey ; You're my angel (Little Jr. Parker). Good lovin' ; Drifting from town to town (Bobby Bland). My baby ; Straighten up baby (James Cotton). Work with her boy ; Detroit arrow blues (Shy Guy Douglas). Carry my business on : take 1 ; Crying in the courthouse : take 1 (Houston Boines). Walked all night ; Baby I'm coming home (Charlie Booker). I'm gonna murder my baby ; Bonus pay (Pat Hare) -- CD 3 (C). T Model boogie ; Saddled the cow (and miled the horse) (Rosco Gordon). Seems like a million years : take 1 ; Riding in the moonlight (Willie Nix). Can't love me and my money too ; Flypaper boogie (L.B. Lawson). Somebody told me ; If you love me (Little Milton). Feelin' good ; Fussin' and fightin' blues (Little Junior). Hart's bread boogie ; Blues leave me alone (Billy "Red" Love). She comes to see me sometime : take 1 ; We all gotta go sometime (Joe Hill Louis). Sweet home Chicago : take 1 (Honeyboy Edwards). Mistreating boogie ; Worry you off my mind (Mose Vinson). Lucy done moved (L.C. Hubert). Don't dog me around ; Skin and bone : take 1 (Eddie Snow). Dead letter blues : take 1 ; Ugle woman : take 3 (Johnny O'Neal). You'll be sorry ; Blue and lonesome (Houston Stokes). Long gone Raymond ; I'm back pretty baby (Raymond Hill). Blue man : take 1 ; High : take 1 (Kenneth Banks) -- CD 4 (D). Tiger man ; Save that money (Rufus Thomas). Lookin' for my baby ; Homesick for my baby (Little Milton). feel so worried ; So long baby goodbye (Sammy Lewis ; Willie Johnson). Cotton crop blues ; Hold me in your arms (James Cotton). Come back home : take 1 ; Chocolate drop (Howling Wolf). Blue guitar (Earl Hooker). Believe I'll settle down (Boyd Gilmore). We all gotta go sometime ; Off the wall (Walter Horton). Love my baby ; Mystery train (Little Junior). Dry up baby ; Crying all night long (Bobby Bland). Way after midnight : take 1 ; Hey now : take 1 (Billy "Red" Love). I wronged a woman ; I can't forgive you (Earl Forest). Midnight hours journey (Johnny Ace). My baby left me (Raymond Hill). You're driving me insane ; Trouble and heartaches (Ike Turner). When it rains it pours ; Move baby move (Billy "The Kid" Emerson)
Control code
ocm77005893
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
4 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Other control number
788065777722
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
JSP7777
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)77005893
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
Memphis blues : important postwar recordings, (sound recording)
Publication
Note
  • Blues songs from Memphis, Tenn
  • Previously released recordings
  • Compact discs; 4 discs, in box
Capture and storage technique
unknown
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
CD 1 (A). Gotta let you go ; Boogie in the park (Joe Hill Louis). That ain't right : take 1 (Henry Hill). Little soldier boy : take 2 ; Country clown : take 1 (Doctor Ross). Country farm blues ; They call me talkin' boy (William Stewart). Easy ; Before long (Jimmy & Walter). Lonesome ol' jail ; Greyhound blues (D.A. Hunt). Registration Day blues ; Rats in my kitchen (Sleepy John Estes). Rattlesnake mama ; Forty four blues (William Stewart). I feel like a million ; Heartache baby (Joe Hill Louis). Short the barber (Charlie Burse). The last time ; Train is comin' (Woodrow Adams). Pinetop's boogie woogie (Pinetop Perkins). Policy man blues : take 1 (Sleepy John Estes). Wolf call boogie (Coy "Hot Shot" Love). Take a little chance (Jimmy DeBerry). Tailor made ; The boogie disease (Doctor Ross) -- CD 2 (B). Moanin' at midnight ; Bluebird (Howling Wolf). Move on down the line ; The hucklebuck (Earl Hooker). Walter's instrumental ; Grandmother got grandfather told (Walter Horton). Midnight showers of rain ; Prison bound blues (Willie Nix). Bear cat ; Married woman (Rufus Thomas). Roscoe's boogie ; City women (Rosco Gordon). Baby, baby ; rock the bottle (Earl Forest). Bad women, bad whiskey ; You're my angel (Little Jr. Parker). Good lovin' ; Drifting from town to town (Bobby Bland). My baby ; Straighten up baby (James Cotton). Work with her boy ; Detroit arrow blues (Shy Guy Douglas). Carry my business on : take 1 ; Crying in the courthouse : take 1 (Houston Boines). Walked all night ; Baby I'm coming home (Charlie Booker). I'm gonna murder my baby ; Bonus pay (Pat Hare) -- CD 3 (C). T Model boogie ; Saddled the cow (and miled the horse) (Rosco Gordon). Seems like a million years : take 1 ; Riding in the moonlight (Willie Nix). Can't love me and my money too ; Flypaper boogie (L.B. Lawson). Somebody told me ; If you love me (Little Milton). Feelin' good ; Fussin' and fightin' blues (Little Junior). Hart's bread boogie ; Blues leave me alone (Billy "Red" Love). She comes to see me sometime : take 1 ; We all gotta go sometime (Joe Hill Louis). Sweet home Chicago : take 1 (Honeyboy Edwards). Mistreating boogie ; Worry you off my mind (Mose Vinson). Lucy done moved (L.C. Hubert). Don't dog me around ; Skin and bone : take 1 (Eddie Snow). Dead letter blues : take 1 ; Ugle woman : take 3 (Johnny O'Neal). You'll be sorry ; Blue and lonesome (Houston Stokes). Long gone Raymond ; I'm back pretty baby (Raymond Hill). Blue man : take 1 ; High : take 1 (Kenneth Banks) -- CD 4 (D). Tiger man ; Save that money (Rufus Thomas). Lookin' for my baby ; Homesick for my baby (Little Milton). feel so worried ; So long baby goodbye (Sammy Lewis ; Willie Johnson). Cotton crop blues ; Hold me in your arms (James Cotton). Come back home : take 1 ; Chocolate drop (Howling Wolf). Blue guitar (Earl Hooker). Believe I'll settle down (Boyd Gilmore). We all gotta go sometime ; Off the wall (Walter Horton). Love my baby ; Mystery train (Little Junior). Dry up baby ; Crying all night long (Bobby Bland). Way after midnight : take 1 ; Hey now : take 1 (Billy "Red" Love). I wronged a woman ; I can't forgive you (Earl Forest). Midnight hours journey (Johnny Ace). My baby left me (Raymond Hill). You're driving me insane ; Trouble and heartaches (Ike Turner). When it rains it pours ; Move baby move (Billy "The Kid" Emerson)
Control code
ocm77005893
Dimensions
4 3/4 in.
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm. diameter
Extent
4 sound discs
Groove width / pitch
not applicable
Other control number
788065777722
Other physical details
digital
Publisher number
JSP7777
Special playback characteristics
digital recording
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
1.4m. per second (discs)
System control number
(OCoLC)77005893
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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