The history of rhythm and blues. Part one, 1925-1942

Format: Music CD 2008
Availability: Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy
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Location Collection Call #
CLP - Homewood Audiovisual Collection JAZZ/BLUES MUSIC CD History
Location  CLP - Homewood
 
Collection  Audiovisual Collection
 
Call Number  JAZZ/BLUES MUSIC CD History
 
 
Contents
From the Delta to the city : country blues and spirituals, jug bands, and hokum. My soul is a witness (Austin Coleman) ; It's nobody's fault but mine (Blind Willie Johnson) ; The crucifixion of Christ (Jessie May Hill) ; Shake that thing (Papa Charlie Jackson) ; Outside woman blues (Blind Joe Reynolds) ; It's a good thing (Frank Stokes, Beale Street Sheiks) ; Minglewood blues (Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers) ; Match box blues (Blind Lemon Jefferson) ; Diddie wah diddie (Blind Blake) ; Milk cow blues (Sleepy John Estes) ; Ease it to me blues (Barbeque Bob) ; No no blues (Curly Weaver) ; Apaloosa blues (Bobby Leecan and Robert Cooksey) ; Little Rock blues (Pearl Dickson) ; Kansas City blues (Jim Jackson) ; Train whistle blues (Jimmie Rodgers) ; Goin' back to Texas (Memphis Minnie) ; Roll and tumble blues (Hambone Willie Newbern) ; If you haven't any hay (Skip James) ; Kokomo blues (Scrapper Blackwell) ; It's tight like that (Georgia Tom) ; Didn't it rain (Bryant's Jubilee Quartet) ; Beale Street breakdown (Jed Davenport) ; Milk cow blues (Kokomo Arnold)
The rhythm : piano boogie-woogie, ragtime, and jazz. Get low-down blues (Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra) ; Mr. Johnson's blues (Lonnie Johnson) ; Backwater blues (Bessie Smith) ; Knockin' a jug (Louis Armstrong) ; Bullfrog blues (Muggsy Spanier) ; Pinetop's boogie woogie (Pinetop Smith) ; Cow Cow blues (Cow Cow Davenport) ; Guitar boogie (Blind Roosevelt Graves and brother) ; How long, how long blues (Leroy Carr) ; The dirty dozen (Speckled Red) ; Vicksburg blues (Little Brother Montgomery) ; Sweet Miss Stella blues (Rufus and Ben Quillian) ; Minnie the moocher (Cab Calloway & his orchestra) ; St. Louis blues (the Mills Brothers) ; Someone stole Gabriel's horn (Three Keys) ; Midnight hour blues (Leroy Carr) ; Lafayette (Bennie Moten's Kansas City Orchestra) ; Flaming reeds and screaming brass (Jimmie Lunceford & his orchestra) ; Strut that thing (Cripple Clarence Lofton) ; Dirty mother for you (Roosevelt Sykes) ; Weed smoker's dream (the Harlem Hamfats) ; Press my button (Lil Johnson) ; Night time is the right time (Roosevelt Sykes) ; The blues ain't nothin' but (Georgia White)
Up river to Chicago : urban blues and gospel. Teasin' brown blues (Louie Lasky) ; Barrelhouse woman (Leroy Carr) ; Lead pencil blues (Johnny Temple) ; Policy dream blues (Bumble Bee Slim) ; Naptown stomp (Bill Gaither) ; Sloppy drunk again (Walter Davis) ; Jockey blues (Jazz Gillum) ; Holy mountain (Elder Otis Jones) ; Standing by the bedside of a neighbour (Golden Gate Jubilee Quartet) ; Louise Louise blues (Johnny Temple) ; Barrelhouse when it rains (Big Bill Broonzy) ; Good morning little schoolgirl (John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson) ; Preachin' blues (Robert Johnson) ; Number runner's blues (Jimmie Gordon) ; Tell me baby (John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson) ; Rockin' chair blues (Big Bill Broonzy) ; Diggin' my potatoes (Washboard Sam) ; This train (Sister Rosetta Tharpe) ; Don't you lie to me (Tampa Red) ; Jivin' the blues (John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson) ; I feel so good (Big Bill Broonzy) ; Worried life blues (Big Maceo) ; Junker blues (Champion Jack Dupree) ; Ain't no business we can do (Doctor Clayton) ; Mean ol' Frisco (Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup)
Jazzin the blues : after hours swing, boogie, and jive. Boogie woogie stomp (Albert Ammons and his Rhythm Kings) ; Boogie-woogie (Count Basie (Jones-Smith Inc.)) ; One o'clock jump (Count Basie Orchestra) ; Sing sing sing (Benny Goodman) ; Keep-a-knockin' (Louis Jordan) ; T'ain't what you do (Jimmie Lunceford) ; Jumpin' jive (Cab Calloway) ; I like to riff (Nat Cole Trio) ; That's the rhythm (Three Sharps and a Flat) ; I'd rather drink muddy water (the Cats & the Fiddle) ; After hours (Erskine Hawkins & his orchestra) ; Floyd's guitar blues (Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy) ; Gangster's blues (Peetie Wheatstraw) ; Roll 'em Pete (Joe Turner and Pete Johnson) ; Down the road a piece (Will Bradley) ; Central Avenue breakdown (Lionel Hampton) ; Natchez Mississippi blues (Lewis Bronzeville Five) Death ray boogie (Pete Johnson) ; Confessin' the blues (Jay McShann) ; What's the use of getting sober (Louis Jordan) ; Take it and git (Andy Kirk and his Clouds of Joy) ; Cow Cow boogie (Ella Mae Morse) ; Flying home (Lionel Hampton Orchestra) ; Mean old world (T-Bone Walker).

Additional Information
Subjects Rhythm and blues music.
Blues (Music) -- To 1931.
Blues (Music) -- 1931-1940.
Blues (Music) -- 1941-1950.
Spirituals (Songs)
Gospel music.
Boogie woogie (Music)
Ragtime music.
Jazz -- 1921-1930.
Jazz -- 1931-1940.
Jazz -- 1941-1950.
African Americans -- Music.
Publisher [England] :Rhythm and Blues Records,2008
Participants/Performers Various performers.
Language English
Notes Title from container.
Selections previously released.
Compact disc.
Program and biographical notes (31 p. : ill.) bound in container.
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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