Skip James, Jack Owens - 50 Years Mississippi Blues In Bentonia (1931-1981) mp3 flac
- Album: 50 Years Mississippi Blues In Bentonia (1931-1981)
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1. Devil Got my Woman. 7. 2. Cypress Grove Blues. 0. 3. Cherry Ball Blues. Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues. 13. Special Rider Blues.
Skip James 1931, Recorded In Grafton, Wis. 1. Jack Owens 1981, Recorded In Bentonia, Mississippi. 21. Give Me Your Money.
Austere Autumnal Earthy Intense Intimate Ominous Plaintive Quirky Sparse Angst-Ridden Bleak Brooding Delicate Eccentric Hypnotic Organic Poignant Rustic Sad Somber Spooky Tense/Anxious Urgent Weary Wistful Atmospheric Eerie Ethereal. 50 Years: Mississippi Blues in Bentonia, 1931-1981. 20.
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Nehemiah Curtis "Skip" James (June 9, 1902 – October 3, 1969) was an American Delta blues singer, guitarist, pianist and songwriter. Born in Bentonia, Mississippi, he died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "50 Years: Mississippi Blues in Bentonia, 1931-1981 Album.
Album · 1998 · 23 Songs. Jack Owens: Leavin' Blues. 23 Songs, 1 Hour 9 Minutes.
Track Listing: Skip James – 1931 recorded in Grafton, Wi. Devil Got My Woman - 3:00 2. Cypress Grove Blues - 3:09 3. Cherry Ball Blues - 2:46 4. Illinois Blues - 3:00 5. 4 O'Clock Blues - 2:40 6. Hard-Luck Child - 2:52 7. Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues - 2:47 8. Yola My Blues Away - 3:08 9. Jesus Is a Mighty Good Leader - 3:10 10. Be Ready When He Comes - 2:54 11. Drunken Spree - 2:36 12. I'm So Glad - 2:53 13. Special Rider Blues - 2:59 14. How Long "Buck" - 2:57 15. Little Cow and Calf Is Gonna Die Blues - 2:52 1. This intriguing album includes all of James' historic 1931 recordings, with five tracks of Jack Owens singing related material recorded in 1981, and the similarities are striking and eerie. Adding Owens' tracks to James' original 78s makes 50 Years of Mississippi Blues both a blues history lesson and a wonderful purchase (if you can find it). You may also lik. arious.
More mandatory listening: 50 Years: Mississippi Blues in Bentonia, 1931-1981 (Wolf import CD), James's eighteen existing sides from 1931 along with five songs by kindred spirit Jack Owens in 1981. Skip James made his original reputation with 17 recordings that he cut during February 1931, when he was 28. Although fluent on both the guitar and (to a lesser extent) the piano, James was most notable for his storytelling lyrics, his haunting high-pitched voice, and his distinctive interpretations of the Delta blues.
Jack Owens (November 17, 1904 – February 9, 1997) was an American blues singer and guitarist, from Bentonia, Mississippi. Owens was born L. F. Nelson.
|Skip James 1931, Recorded In Grafton, Wis.|
|1||Devil Got My Woman|
|2||Cypress Grove Blues|
|3||Cherry Ball Blues|
|5||4 O'Clock Blues|
|7||Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues|
|8||Yola My Blues Away|
|9||Jesus Is A Mighty Good Leader|
|10||Be Ready When He Comes|
|12||I'm So Glad|
|13||Special Rider Blues|
|14||How Long "Buck"|
|15||Little Cow And Calf Is Gonna Die Blues|
|16||What Am I To Do Blues|
|18||If You Haven't Any Hay Get On Down The Road|
|Jack Owens 1981, Recorded In Bentonia, Mississippi|
|21||Give Me Your Money|
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