Wednesday 17 June Friday 19 June Saturday 20 June Sunday 21 June Monday 22 June Tuesday 23 June Wednesday 24 June Thursday 25 June Friday 26 June Saturday 27 June Sunday 28 June Monday 29 June Tuesday 30 June Wednesday 1 July Thursday 2 July Friday 3 July Saturday 4 July Sunday 5 July Monday 6 July Tuesday 7 July Wednesday 8 July Thursday 9 July Friday 10 July Saturday 11 July Sunday 12 July Monday 13 July Tuesday 14 July Wednesday 15 July Thursday 16 July Friday 17 July Saturday 18 July Sunday 19 July Monday 20 July Tuesday 21 July Wednesday 22 July Thursday 23 July Friday 24 July Saturday 25 July Sunday 26 July Monday 27 July Tuesday 28 July Wednesday 29 July Thursday 30 July Friday 31 July Saturday 1 August Sunday 2 August Monday 3 August Tuesday 4 August Wednesday 5 August Thursday 6 August Friday 7 August Saturday 8 August The player laid his combinations face up and could draw cards from the remaining deck in order to complete them, discarding one of his own cards as he did so.
The game is simple and can be virtually interminable , and other names by which it is known — Memphis Domino or Mississippi Marbles — are evidence of its popularity in the South.
In the following month Mamie McKinney cut her version with Porter Grainger on piano but it remains unissued. John D. It was written by a white writer from New Orleans, a traveling show entertainer by the name of John Queen, and the music was by Charles Cartwell.
It was a song which used a familiar minstrel show situation but allowed for amusing variations, effective with both white and coloured audiences, who doubtless interpreted the shades of meaning rather differently. Gambling, in particular cards, has also been used in numerous blues songs as a metaphor for life, love life, fate, good luck or bad luck. Your email address will not be published. Having a serious interest in pre-war blues, as well and producing this radio program, means that I have spent countless hours pouring over the standard blues discographies.
With the massive interest in early blues over the past half century among white collectors, quite a number of surviving unissued recordings have come to light and have been reissued on specialist labels. These selections were chosen by going through the most recent discography, Blues And Gospel Recordings by Robert M. Dixon, John Goodrich and Howard W. Rye published in Thankfully if an unissued item has been subsequently issued, the discography makes note of what label reissued the item.
Of course the discography is now twenty years old and there have been unissued recordings issued since then. The recordings played on these two shows are not alternate takes except in a couple of cases , they are songs that have not been issued in any form until decades later. So how did these unissued recordings become issued recordings? Cohn was responsible for finding and issuing many unissued gems during his stint at Sony and CBS Records. I am the one who did the research and found what metal parts existed for unreleased material.
All the years that I was at CBS and later Sony, I always went thru whatever paper-work I could find and made notes, just in case I had the opportunity at some point to call for them, work on them and then find an excuse to put them out. There remains countless unreleased items, of which the metal parts are still there and unfortunately, they are destined to languish.
Paramount was particularly good about making these, often three or four per artist, which is why Paramount test pressings are more prevalent than other companies. Many of these metal masters have survived and were used to issue many previously unissued records.
In the coming months I plan to do a series of shows on unissued post-war recordings. Among those are the twenty-six sides Charlie Patton cut for Vocalion between January 3-February 1, in which sixteen titles were never issued. All twelve sides cut for the label on Dec. Collins next recorded in for ARC cutting fifteen sides, nine of which were not issued.
Of the eight songs Mississippi John Hurt recorded on Feb. At his second session on Feb. Release Date August 6, Genre Blues. Hanging Out Relaxation Summer. Track Listing - Disc 1. Shave 'Em Dry. Piano Stomp. Early This Morning. Baking Powder Blues. Lucille Bogan. Groceries on the Shelf. Changed Ways Blues. Jookit Jookit. Walter Roland. School-Boy Blues. That's What My Baby Likes. Skin Game Blues. Cold Blooded Murder.
Dice's Blues. Liner Note Author: Dick Spottswood. Though actual biographical details are sketchy in the historical record, culturally it can be assumed that there was no tougher woman on record than Lucille Bogan or, in later years, Bessie Jackson -- both are represented here.
This Legacy issue compiles her recordings from between and , after her initial success with OKeh and Brunswick. Indeed, the lion's share of the material issued comes from sides cut for Banner, ARC Brunswick's chain-store budget line , and Vocalion. Whether it is the completely raunchy blues in songs like "Barbecue Bess," "Skin Game Blues," and the infamous "Shave 'Em Dry," or the lean-time Depression-era working-class blues signified by "Tired as I Can Be," "Hungry Man's Scuffle," or "Watcha Gonna Do," the effect is the same: unflinching, brutal, powerful, and evocative music that stands tall outside of time and space.
Add to Cart. Roger Waters. Jorma Kaukonen. Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Stevie Ray Vaughan. Muddy Waters. How to Order. International Shipping. Return Policy. Order Items by Catalog.Ниже вы найдете тексты песен, музыкальное видео и перевод Till The Cows Come Home - Lucille Bogan на разных языках. Музыкальное видео с аудиотреком песни автоматически начнется внизу .