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Performer(s): Mezz Mezzrow Really the Blues Audio : Very Hq - CD Quality Sound - MP3 320 Kbps Album : Mezz Mezzrow & Sidney Bechet & Friends b. .

Acoustic Blues Pre-War Blues.

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Artist: Various Artists Genre: Blues Release Date: 08/25/2017 Label: Mamlish Catalog Number: S-3801 Recording: Studio Length: 41:05 Format: CD. Dig-Deeper. East Side Story Vol. 12 (LP) Various Artists. 11 (LP) Various Artists. For The Throne: Music Inspired By The HBO Series Game Of Thrones (LP) Various Artists. 10 (LP) Various Artists. Home Again Blues (Really The Post War Blues) (CD) Various Artists. Black Cat Trail (CD) Various Artists. New Deal Blues: 1933-1939 (CD) Various Artists. Home Again Blues (Really The Post War Blues) (LP) Various Artists. Black Cat Trail (LP) Various Artists. New Deal Blues: 1933-1939 (LP) Various Artists.

In his 1946 autobiography, Really the Blues, the jazz clarinettist and saxophonist Mezz Mezzrow provided a glossary of hep terms for the uninitiated, including groovy, which he defined a.Really The Blues is with Larry Mesirow. 28 October 2016 ·. Larry Mesirow is the second cousin once removed from the subject of this page, Mezz Mezzrow. I discovered Larry at a recent wedding ceremony in Chicago as he gave away the bride to my second cousin, Eric

Artist: Various Album: The Very Best Of Blues Guitar Genre: Blues Label: Charly Records Released: 1996 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: CD 1: Robert Johnson - If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day (2:36). Carlos Santana) - Everyday I Have The Blues (3:05). Walter Trout) - One Life To Live (5:19). Otis Rush - I Can't Quit You Baby (3:09). Jeff Beck) - Like Jimmy Reed Again (3:03). Dave Kelly - New Death Matter (3:27). Eric Clapton - Snake Drive (2:28).

Mississippi Fred McDowell - Down Home Blues 1959. A very important artist. He didn’t record in the 30s, he was discovered in the 50s - when he came over to Europe he was probably the most influential of the solo slide players. His claim to fame was The Rolling Stones covering You Gotta Move. He turned lots of musicians in Britain on to the blues, from Dave Kelly to Wizz Jones. He was an incredible slide player and a total musician. And his claim to fame was The Rolling Stones covering You Gotta Move. It’s really superb - influenced by Blind Lemon Jefferson and Blind Blake, yet another blind guitarist from this tradition. Definitely a disciple of those musicians and a very important musician. An incredible guitar player - has to be heard.

Blues Rock Tom Principato. 7. Standing at the Crossroads Again. 9. Kansas City Blues. 11. In Another Dream.

Now the senator came down here Showing ev'ryone his gun Handing out free tickets To the wedding of his son An' me, I nearly got busted An' wouldn't it be my luck To get caught without a ticket And be discovered beneath a truck Oh, Mama, is this really be the end To be stuck inside of Mobile With the Memphis.

Reading 'Really the Blues' is an experience unto itself. Mezz takes the reader on a ride through another time, an era defined largely by the times. The reader is also given an entertaining educational look at the life of an important, if somewhat marginalized early jazz musician, Milton "Mezz" Mesirow. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.

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A1 Luther Huff 1951 Blues
Guitar – Percy HuffVocals, Mandolin – Luther Huff
A2 Sonny Boy Johnson Desert Blues
Guitar – Beverly Scott Vocals, Harmonica – Sonny Boy Johnson
A3 Bluesboy Bill Come On Babe
Vocals, Guitar – Bluesboy Bill
A4 Sunnyland Slim Back To Korea Blues
Guitar – Baby Face LeroyHarmonica – Snooky PryorVocals, Piano – Sunnyland Slim
A5 Hot Rod Happy Worried Blues
Vocals, Guitar – James Bledsoe
A6 Hank Kilroy Awful Shame
Vocals, Guitar – Hank Kilroy
A7 Baby Face Leroy Lou Ella
Guitar – Robert Lockwood*Piano – Sunnyland SlimVocals – Baby Face Leroy
A8 Brother Willie Eason I Want To Live (So God Can Use Me)
Vocals, Lap Steel Guitar – Brother Willie Eason
B1 Frankie Lee Sims Home Again Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Frankie Lee Sims
B2 Sonny Boy Johnson Come And Go With Me
Guitar – Ernst McClay*Vocals, Harmonica – Sonny Boy Johnson
B3 Eddie Kirkland Time For My Lovin' To Be Done
Vocals, Slide Guitar – Eddie Kirkland
B4 Sunnyland Slim It's All Over Now
Guitar – Baby Face LeroyHarmonica – Snooky PryorVocals, Piano – Sunnyland Slim
B5 John Tinsley & Fred Holland Keep Your Hands Off 'Er
Vocals, Guitar – Fred Holland, John Tinsley
B6 L.C. Green Come Back Sugar Mama
Harmonica – Sam Kelly Vocals, Guitar – L.C. Green
B7 Charles Bradix Wee Wee Hours
Piano – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Charles Bradix
B8 Little Sam Davis* 1958 Blues
Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica – Little Sam Davis*

Credits

  • Design – Borden Elniff
  • Mastered By – J. Nicholas Perls*
  • Sleeve Notes – Don Kent, Pat Conte, Robert Javors

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): S 3799 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): S 3799 B

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
S 3799 Various Home Again Blues (Really The Post War Blues) ‎(LP, Comp, RE) Mamlish S 3799 US 2017
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