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Music
Author Blind Blake. Performer.

Title All the published sides [sound recording] / Blind Blake.

Publication Info. London, England : JSP Records, [2003]

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Location Call No. Status
 GDL Brand Library Music Compact Disc    MJB BLIN APS B23CD    In Cataloging
1 copy being processed for GDL Brand Library Music Compact Disc.
Description 5 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
performed music prm rdacontent
audio s rdamedia
audio disc sd rdacarrier
Note JSP Records: JSP7714 (on discs: JSP7714A--JSP7714E).
Performer Blind Blake, vocals, guitar, whistle ; with: Leola Wilson, Elzadie Robinson, "Chocolate Brown" Irene Scruggs, Laura Rucker, vocals ; possibly Jimmy Blythe, Tiny Parham, Alex Robinson, Charlie Spand, possibly Aletha Dickerson, piano ; possibly Dad Nelson, kazoo ; Gus Cannon, banjo ; Johnny Dodds, clarinet ; Jimmy Bertrand, slide whistle, percussion, vocal ; possibly George "Bullet" Williams, harmonica ; Papa Charlie Jackson, banjo, vocal, speech ; additional unknown musicians.
Event Recorded July 1926-June 1932 in Chicago, Ill.; Richmond, Ind.; and Grafton, Wis.
Note Compilation of recordings previously released on separate analog discs: [1926-1932].
Compact discs.
Program notes (5 v.) inserted in containers.
Contents Disc A: Chicago, 1926-1927. Dying blues -- Ashley St. blues -- Early morning blues -- West coast blues -- West coast blues -- West coast blues -- Early morning blues -- Early morning blues -- Too tight -- Blake's worried blues -- Come on boys let's do that messin' around -- Come on boys let's do that messin' around -- Tampa bound -- Skeedle loo doo blues -- Skeedle loo doo blues -- Stonewall Street blues -- State Street men blues -- Down the country -- Back biting bee blues -- Wilson Dam -- Buck-Town blues -- Black dog blues -- One time blues.
Disc B: Chicago, 1927-1928. Bad feelin' blues -- Dry bone shuffle -- Dry bone shuffle -- Dry bone shuffle -- That will happen no more -- Brownskin mama blues : take 1 -- Brownskin mama blues : take 2 -- Hard road blues -- Hey hey daddy blues -- Sea board stomp -- You gonna quit me blues -- Steel mill blues -- Southern rag -- He's in the jailhouse now -- Wabash rag -- Doggin' me mama blues -- C C pill blues -- Hot potatoes -- Southbound rag -- Pay day daddy blues -- Elzadie's policy blues.
Disc C: Chicago, 1928. Good-bye mama moan -- Tootie blues -- That lovin' I crave -- That lonesome rave -- Terrible murder blues -- Leavin' gal blues -- No dough blues -- Lead hearted blues -- Let your love come down -- Rumblin' and ramblin' boa constrictor blues -- Bootleg rum dum blues -- Detroit bound blues -- Beulah land -- Panther squall blues -- Elzadie's policy blues -- Pay day daddy blues -- Walkin' across the country -- Search warrant blues -- Ramblin' mama blues -- New style of loving -- Back door slam blues -- Notoriety woman blues -- Cold hearted mama blues -- Low down loving gal -- Sweet papa low down.
Disc D: Richmond, Chicago, 1929. Poker woman blues -- Doing a stretch -- Fightin' the jug -- Hookworm blues -- Slippery rag -- Hastings St. -- Diddie wah diddie -- Diddie wah diddie -- Too tight blues no. 2 -- Chump man blues -- Ice man blues -- Police dog blues -- I was afraid of that : part 2 -- Georgia bound -- Keep it home -- Keep it home -- Sweet jivin' mama -- Lonesome Christmas blues -- Third degree blues.
Disc E: Chicago, Grafton, 1929-1932. Guitar chimes -- Blind Arthur's breakdown -- Baby Lou blues -- Cold love blues -- Papa Charlie and Blind Blake talk about it : part 1 -- Papa Charlie and Blind Blake talk about it : part 2 -- Stingaree man blues -- Itching heel -- You've got what I want -- Cherry Hill blues -- Diddie wah daddie no. 2 -- Hard pushin' papa -- What a lowdown place the jailhouse is -- Ain't gonna do that no more -- Playing policy blues -- Righteous blues -- Fancy tricks -- Rope stretchin' blues : part 2 -- Rope stretchin' blues : part 1 -- Rope stretchin' blues : part 1 -- Champagne Charlie is my name -- Depression's gone from me blues.
Subject Blues (Music) -- To 1931.
Blues (Music) -- 1931-1940.
Ragtime music.
Genre/Form Alternate takes (Sound recordings).
Added Author Wilson, Leola. Performer.
Robinson, Elzadie. Performer.
Scruggs, Irene. Performer.
Rucker, Laura. Performer.
Parham, Tiny, 1900-1943. Performer.
Robinson, Alexander, 1894-1970. Performer.
Spand, Charlie. Performer.
Dickerson, Aletha. Performer.
Nelson, Charlie "Dad." Performer.
Cannon, Gus, 1883-1979. Performer.
Dodds, Johnny, 1892-1940. Performer.
Bertrand, Jimmy, 1900-1960. Performer.
Williams, George (Harmonica player). Performer.
Jackson, Papa Charlie, 1887-1938. Performer.
Note Title on container: Blind Blake remastered
Standard No. 788065771423
Music No. JSP7714 JSP Records
JSP7714A--JSP7714E JSP Records

 
    
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