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Various Artists - Blues Up the Country album download

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Blues Up the Country
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Mandolinist Yank Rachell appears twice, once on his own "I'm Gonna Get Up in the Morning," and also backing Sleepy John Estes on a jaunty "Beale Street Sugar. Arthur Crudup's 1964 re-recording of the song that put him on the map (through Elvis' version), "That's All Right," sounds just a little less raw than the original. Lesser-known artists such as Jimmy Burns, Curtis Jones, and .

Blues Up the Country. Blues Up the Country.

Drawn from Delmark's impressive vault, Blues From Up the Country spotlights blues that is representative of the rural South. Take a close look at the candid photo of Big Joe Williams on the cover. Brownsville, Tennessee, 1961. Described as a "walking musician", Williams was as easy about playing in an alley or on a porch as he was for work camp crews or juke patrons (Barry Pearson, All Music Guide). The roughly traveled bluesman Williams is a suitable character to open this particular disc  . On their debut album Turning Jewels Into Water use rhythm as a point of convergence between the ritualistic origin of music and its current digital presence.

Some country blues songs, free to download. Written by other people, recorded by me. All songs live recordings with a few percussive overdubs in places. Made to sound like old vinyl, because I like the crackles. released December 31, 2012. Speak Up Recordings recommends: An Appealing Compilation by various artists. A fabulous compilation CD to raise funds for a very worthy cause. Where The Town Ends by Sleepy Eyes Nelson. Lo-fi country blues expertly played and catchy as hell to boot. Infectious from beginning to end Speak Up Recordings. Dixie Fried by Dixie Fried. Mississippi two piece from Scotland, fantastic riffs, a groove laden triumph of a debut album Speak Up Recordings.

Rhythm Country and Blues. Rhythm Country and Blues Tracklist. Rhythm Country and Blues Q&A. Primary Artists Reba McEntire & Natalie Cole. Featuring Natalie Cole & Reba McEntire. More Various Artists albums.

Artist: Various Artists. Album: Garage Blues 4. Released: 2016.