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Rather Be Sloppy Drunk - Various - Bloodstains On The Wall / Country Blues From Specialty (CD)

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  1. But in fact, Art Rupe's label did dabble in country blues, and Bloodstains on the Wall focuses on some of the country blues that Specialty recorded in Los Angeles and Baton Rouge, Louisiana in.
  2. We spin some fine downhome blues from the 60’s and 70’s including sides by Bill Williams, Smoky Babe, Alabama Watson, John Jackson and Babe menvandlconnantydeconseedeslisurdsouth.coinfo Williams was a year old bluesman from Greenup, Kentucky, when he made his debut for Blue Goose in the early ’s. Stephen Calt wrote that “The previously unrecorded Williams ranks among the most polished and proficient living.
  3. Off the Wall was a collaboration between: Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones. Which Bay Area band was commercially successful at fusing elements of funk with psychedelia? Sly and the Family Stone. After his twenty-first birthday, which artist was given complete artistic control over his records at Motown?
  4. Jan 09,  · SPS - Dark Muddy Bottom Blues - Various Artists [] Nothin' But Trouble - John Lee Hooker/A Woman Acts Funny - Pinebluff Pete/Rather Be Sloppy Drunk - Big Joe Williams/Black Cat Bone - Lightnin' Hopkins/Ain't Done Nothin' Wrong - Clarence London/Hollywood Boogie - Country Jim a.k.a. Hot Rod Happy//Dark Muddy Bottom Blues - Mercy Dee.
  5. Let's Get Drunk And Truck. Tampa Red Play It's Too Big Poppa. Claude Hopkins These really are 50 of the filthiest blues songs ever put to wax (a quick glance at the titles alone might make you blush). calling for "Hot Nuts" and looking for a "Hot Dog Man," Louise Johnson laying down a how-to guide for doing it "On the Wall" (Charlie.
  6. Specialty Bloodstains On The Wall - Country Blues From Specialty CD $ 25 tracks, 67 mins, recommended Although the subtitle "country blues from Specialty" is not completely accurate this is a terrific collection of down home blues from a label that is better known for jump blues, rock 'n' .
  7. Yes. Following the movie's release, Dan Aykroyd was in the process of writing a script titled "Return of the Blues Brothers". It was meant to be a prequel that chronicled the origins of the the Blues Brothers, including the formation of the band. When John Belushi died in , the idea was scrapped.
  8. Southern country blues is hardly the first style that one associates with Specialty Records, which was much better known for jump blues, gospel, early R&B, and early rock & roll (most notably, Little Richard).But in fact, Art Rupe's label did dabble in country blues, and Bloodstains on the Wall focuses on some of the country blues that Specialty recorded in Los Angeles and Baton Rouge 6/
  9. THE LAND WHERE THE BLUES BEGAN. a program by. Alan Lomax. John M. Bishop. Worth W. Long () NARRATOR: This old blues of the wondering laborer leads us deep into the hills east of the Delta. Just as the southern Appalachians preserved the old English ballads, so the Mississippi hill country sheltered a fantastic African music that fed the.

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