Eugene "Buddy" Moss (January 16, 1914 – October 19, 1984) was an American blues musician. He is considered one of the most influential East Coast blues guitarists to record in the period between Blind Blake's final sessions in 1932 and Blind Boy Fuller's debut in 1935 (the other being Josh White). A younger contemporary of Blind Willie McTell, Curley Weaver and Barbecue Bob, Moss was part of a coterie of Atlanta bluesmen.
Guitar – Blind Willie McTellGuitar, Vocals – Curley Weaver. She Don't Treat Me Good No More. Guitar, Vocals – Curley Weaver. Some Rainy Day. Atlanta, Ga, August 1949 B4: C-2042 Atlanta, G. 1949 B5: C-2043 Atlanta, G. 1949 B6: MG 16000 Atlanta, G. 1949 B7: J-481 New York City, c. 1950 B8: J-482 New York City, c. 1950. Original recordings from the collections of Howie Berg, Joe Bussard, Willie Gschwendner, Johnny Parth, Chris Strachwitz, Tom Tsotsi
Composer, Performer, Primary Artist. Performer, Primary Artist.
Buddy Moss – vocals, guitar Curley Weaver – guitar Fred McMullen – guitar (11) Ruth Willis – speech (1) Blind Willie McTell – speech (19,20). His exact date of birth has never been verified but it was sometime between 1906 and 1914. He taught himself to play the harmonica at an early age, and when his family moved to Augusta, he was playing at local parties and picnics before he reached his teens.
Piedmont Blues Albums. Buddy MOSS – atlanta blues. This 23 track compilation traces Buddy’s career from blowing harp on Atlanta street-corners to his later work with Josh White and Brownie McGhee. There are 18 examples of fine Piedmont picking on this compilation, and six religious songs when Joshua White was performing as ‘The Singing Christian’. Blind willie mctell – pig’n’whistle red. It is hard to fault this album. Larry johnson – blues for harlem.
Curley Weaver (1933-1935) 1987. Blind Willie McTell & Curley Weaver 1929. Blind Willie McTell & Curley Weaver 1950. He continued to play around Atlanta, and in 1950 cut an album's worth of material with McTell for the Regal label. He continued playing whenever he could, and was reunited with Buddy Moss in a trio that performed in northern Georgia but never recorded. Weaver's performing career was brought to a halt only by the failure of his eyesight. Curley Weaver was, by virtue of his virtuosity and the associations that he kept throughout his life and career, a guitarist's guitarist, a virtuoso among a small coterie of Atlanta-based guitar wizards. He never had the renown of Blind Willie McTell, but he was Willie's equal and match in just about every conceivable respect as a player and singer, his six-string being perfectly mated to Willie's 12-string.
Blind Willie McTell and Curley Weaver. по названию по исполнителю. Blind Willie McTell – My Baby's Gone. Blind Willie McTell and Curley Weaver – 11 - Talkin To You Mama - 1949-1950 - Don . :01. Blind Willie McTell – Early Morning Blues. Blind Willie McTell – Lord Have Mercy If You Please.
|A1||–Georgia Browns||Next Door Man|
|A2||–Blind Willie McTell And Curley Weaver||It's Your Time To Worry|
|A3||–Curley Weaver And Blind Willie McTell||You Was Born To Die|
|A4||–Curley Weaver And Buddy Moss||Dirty Mistreater|
|A5||–Buddy Moss And Curley Weaver||Back To My Used To Be|
|A6||–Buddy Moss And Curley Weaver||Can't Use You No More|
|A7||–Blind Willie McTell||Broke Down Engine No. 2|
|A8||–Blind Willie McTell||Love-Makin' Mama|
|B1||–Blind Willie McTell And Curley Weaver||Death Room Blues|
|B2||–Blind Willie McTell||Lord, Send Me An Angel|
|B3||–Buddy Moss And Curley Weaver||Broke Down Engine No. 2|
|B4||–Curley Weaver And Buddy Moss||Empty Room Blues|
|B5||–Buddy Moss And Curley Weaver||Some Lonesome Day|
|B6||–Blind Willie McTell And Curley Weaver||B And O Blues No. 2|
|B7||–Blind Willie McTell And Curley Weaver||Bell Street Lightnin'|
|B8||–Blind Willie McTell And Curley Weaver||East St. Louis Blues (Fare You Well)|