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Singer/Guitarist Brownie McGhee and his life long musical partner, blind harp-man, Sonny Terry are best known as champions of the "Piedmont"-style blues pioneered by artists such as Blind Blake, Blind Willie McTell and Blind Boy Fuller. In the 1960s, they became icons of the folk-blues revival. The recording presented here however showcase a different chapter of the story... This is a collection of raw and rocking jump blues cut between 1947 and 1955 for juke boxes in black beer joints and dancehalls by the New Jersey-based Savoy Record company. - Essential blues recordings from one of the genres' most revered artists.
Singer/Guitarist Brownie McGhee and his life long musical partner, blind harp-man, Sonny Terry are best known as champions of the "Piedmont"-style blues pioneered by artists such as Blind Blake, Blind Willie McTell and Blind Boy Fuller. In the 1960s, they became icons of the folk-blues revival. The recording presented here however showcase a different chapter of the story... This is a collection of raw and rocking jump blues cut between 1947 and 1955 for juke boxes in black beer joints and dancehalls by the New Jersey-based Savoy Record company. - Essential blues recordings from one of the genres' most revered artists.
084721250715
Brownie Mcghee - Back Country Blues

Details

Format: Vinyl
Label: SROU
Rel. Date: 07/08/2016
UPC: 084721250715

Back Country Blues
Artist: Brownie Mcghee
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $24.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. When It's Love Time
2. Diamond Ring
3. Auto Mechanic Blues
4. My Fault
5. Gone, Baby, Gone
6. Bottom Blues
7. Dissatisfied Blues
8. C.C. Baby (You Started It Baby)
9. Robbie-Doby Boogie 1
10. Poor Boy Blues 1
11. So Much Trouble 1
12. Bad Nerves 1
13. Love's a Disease 1
14. Brownie's New Worried Life Blues 1
15. My Consolation 1
16. Anna Mae

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Singer/Guitarist Brownie McGhee and his life long musical partner, blind harp-man, Sonny Terry are best known as champions of the "Piedmont"-style blues pioneered by artists such as Blind Blake, Blind Willie McTell and Blind Boy Fuller. In the 1960s, they became icons of the folk-blues revival. The recording presented here however showcase a different chapter of the story... This is a collection of raw and rocking jump blues cut between 1947 and 1955 for juke boxes in black beer joints and dancehalls by the New Jersey-based Savoy Record company. - Essential blues recordings from one of the genres' most revered artists.
        
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