Roberto Carlos - AmigaRoberto Carlos - Amiga Dalparan, Jang Yeong-gyu - a bittersweet lifeDalparan, Jang Yeong-gyu - a bittersweet life Jimmy Dorsey Orch. - Jay-Dee's Boogie Woogie / June NightJimmy Dorsey Orch. - Jay-Dee's Boogie Woogie / June Night Tzabar Group, Dov Seltzer - Israel DancesTzabar Group, Dov Seltzer - Israel Dances Radiotrance - Полёт НормальныйRadiotrance - Полёт Нормальный Dental Work / Otomo Hava - SplitDental Work / Otomo Hava - Split Los Diablos Rojos - Matando A Los Chivos / El Pescador Y La SirenaLos Diablos Rojos - Matando A Los Chivos / El Pescador Y La Sirena Connie Francis - Sings Bacharach, Kaempfert, Last & ManciniConnie Francis - Sings Bacharach, Kaempfert, Last & Mancini
» » Various - From Mississippi To Chicago
Various - From Mississippi To Chicago download free
Title:

Various - From Mississippi To Chicago download free

Performer:
Album:
From Mississippi To Chicago
Released:
Genre:
Style:
Gospel, Delta Blues, Piano Blues
MP3 archive size:
1484 mb
FLAC archive size:
1315 mb
WMA archive size:
1260 mb
Other formats:
MP4 RA MMF TTA FLAC MOD ASF
Rating:
4.1
Votes:
893

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 R.L. Burnside Poor Black Mattie
Written-By – R.L. Burnside
3:01
2 Pinetop Perkins Kansas City
Written-By – J. Leiber/M. Stoller*
4:47
3 Robert Curtis Smith* The Lord Will Make A Way Somehow
Arranged By – R.C. Smith*
3:23
4 Boogaloo Ames* Tommy Dorsey's Boogie Woogie
Written-By – D. Kincaide*, T. Dorsey*
3:14
5 R.L. Burnside See My Jumper Hangin' On The Line
Written-By – R.L. Burnside
3:29
6 Robert Curtis Smith* Lye Water Conversion
Arranged By – R.C. Smith*
4:16
7 Pinetop Perkins Everyday I Have The Blues
Written-By – P. Chatman*
3:55
8 R.L. Burnside Fireman Ring The Bell
Written-By – R.L. Burnside
4:27
9 Eddie Cusic Gonna Lose A Good Man
Written-By – E. Cusic*
2:48
10 R.L. Burnside Skinny Woman
Written-By – R.L. Burnside
2:17
11 Robert Curtis Smith* Thank You
Arranged By – R.C. Smith*
3:26
12 Robert Curtis Smith* Milky White Way
Arranged By – R.C. Smith*
1:42
13 R.L. Burnside Bad Luck
Written-By – J.D. Miller, O. Hicks*
3:36
14 Robert Curtis Smith* Calvary
Arranged By – R.C. Smith*
3:02
15 Boogaloo Ames* After Hours
Written-By – A. Parrish*, B. Feyne*, R. Bruce*
4:32

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – HMG/HighTone Records
  • Copyright (c) – HMG/HighTone Records

Credits

  • Recorded By, Producer, Liner Notes – Matthew Block

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0129281008-23
  • Matrix / Runout: 171558-2W1-9067-A
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 2D4C
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L793
  • While the selling names for this collection of solo recordings were R.L. Burnside - who delivers his usual numbers in an unexceptionable way, but very welcome at a time when Fat Possum was given to performing heavy frankensteinization on his records - or the always legitimate and pleasing Pinetop Perkins - 2 left-over standards from his sessions for his "Down to Mississippi" HMG album -, the real gemms here are the Robert Curtis Smith tracks. A former "new talent" of the Blues Revival, he hadn't recorded for more than 30 years, during which time he got converted. His five numbers are simple, improvisational, at times destructured gospel blues, and very intense.The CD is rounded out by a good left-over track from Eddie Cusic's "I Want to Boogie" session and the first recordings of Greenville veteran piano player Boogaloo Ames, two solid instrumentals.Altogether, a very noteworthy release to any downhome blues nerd.