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Various - Rural Blues Piano (1927-1935) The Complete Recordings Of Harry Chatmon, Leroy Carter, Sugar Underwood, Charley Taylor flac album

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Performer: Various
Title: Rural Blues Piano (1927-1935) The Complete Recordings Of Harry Chatmon, Leroy Carter, Sugar Underwood, Charley Taylor
Released: 1989
Category: Blues
Rating: 4.8 ✦
Other format: MOD RA MP4 XM WAV APE AHX

Harry Chatmon As By Harry Carter (3). Please Don't Do It No More. Guitar – Bo CarterVocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon. A2. –Harry Chatmon As By Harry Carter (3). Letter From Texas. Original recordings from the collections of Werner Benecke, Johnny Parth, Guido Van Rijn, Ernest S. Virgo. Remastering: Studio Hans Klement, Vienna.

Album is identified as Blues Documents BD 2073. This album is being sold in NEW CONDITION. Offered for sale is an original Austrian import of RURAL BLUES PIANO - 1927/1935. Album is identified as Blues Documents BD 2073. This album includes sixteen songs, spanning eight years.

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Exclusively for Prime members. As near as I can tell, this is a rerelease of the album "Negro Prison Blues And Songs" by various artists, which in turn was a combination of Alan Lomax's original "Prison Songs, Historial Recordings From Parchman Farm 1947-48, Volume One: Murderous Home" and a few extra tracks, also recorded by Lomax at Angola State Penitentiary (Louisiana).

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A1 Harry Chatmon As By Harry Carter Please Don't Do It No More
Guitar – Bo CarterVocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon
A2 Harry Chatmon As By Harry Carter Letter From Texas
Guitar – Bo CarterVocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon
A3 Harry Chatmon Hoo Doo Blues
Vocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon
A4 Harry Chatmon Smoke-Stack Blues
Guitar [Prob.] – Walter Vincson*Vocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon
A5 Harry Chatmon Deep Blue Ocean Blues
Guitar [Prob.] – Walter Vincson*Vocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon
A6 Harry Chatmon These Jackson Women Will Not Treat You Right
Guitar [Prob.] – Walter Vincson*Vocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon
A7 Harry Chatmon Black Ant Blues
Vocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon
A8 Harry Chatmon Quarrelin' Mama Blues
Vocals, Piano – Harry Chatmon
B1 Leroy Carter Can Anybody Tell Me Blues
Guitar – Unknown ArtistPiano [Poss.] – Harry ChatmonVocals – Leroy Carter
B2 Leroy Carter Black Widow Spider
Guitar – Unknown ArtistPiano [Poss.] – Harry ChatmonVocals – Leroy Carter
B3 Sugar Underwood David Street Blues
Piano – Sugar Underwood
B4 Sugar Underwood Dew Drop Alley Stomp
Piano – Sugar Underwood
B5 Charley Taylor Heavy Suitcase Blues
Vocals, Piano – Charley Taylor
B6 Charley Taylor Louisiana Bound
Vocals, Piano – Charley Taylor
B7 Charley Taylor Where My Shoes At?
Speech – Ishman BraceyVocals, Speech, Piano – Charley Taylor
B8 Charley Taylor Too Damp To Be Wet (Laughing Record; Excerpts Only)
Vocals, Piano – Charley Taylor

Companies, etc.

  • Distributed By – Rudolf Staeger
  • Produced For – RST Records
  • Copyright (c) – RST Records
  • Copyright (c) – Paul Oliver
  • Remastered At – Studio Klement

Credits

  • Executive-Producer – Rudi Staeger
  • Producer, Compiled By – Johnny Parth
  • Remastered By – Hans Klement
  • Research – John Godrich, Robert Dixon

Notes

Original matrix information:

A1: 87640-1 New Orleans, La., 19 January 1935
A2: 87641-1 New Orleans, La., 19 January 1935
A3: 94422-1 New Orlenas, La., 10 August 1935
A4: 94423-1 New Orlenas, La., 10 August 1935
A5: 94424-1 New Orlenas, La., 10 August 1935
A6: 94425-1 New Orlenas, La., 10 August 1935
A7: JAX-212-2 Jackson, Miss., 22 October 1935
A8: JAX-214-1 Jackson, Miss., 22 October 1935
B1: JAX-198-2 Jackson, Miss., 18 October 1935
B2: JAX-200-2 Jackson, Miss., 18 October 1935
B3: 39835-2 Savannah, Ga., 23 August 1927
B4: 39836-1 Savannah, Ga., 23 August 1927
B5: L-251-1 Grafton, Wis., c. December 1929
B6: L-252-2 Grafton, Wis., c. December 1929
B7: L-254-1 Grafton, Wis., c. December 1929
B8: L-253-1 Grafton, Wis., c. December 1929

Considering the extreme rarity of the original 78s, condition is generally better than might be hoped, but it must be borne in mind that only one or two copies are known to exist of some titles.

Discographical details from Blues And Gospel Records 1902 - 1943 by John Godrich and Robert Dixon (third edition, Storyville 1982).

Original recordings from the collections of Werner Benecke, Johnny Parth, Guido Van Rijn, Ernest S. Virgo.

Compiled and produced for RST Records
Copyright 1989: RST Records, Austria
Photo © Paul Oliver, used by permission.
Remastering: Studio Hans Klement, Vienna

Exclusive Distribution: Rudolf Staeger
Obere Amtshausgasse 27/11, A-1050 Vienna, Austria. Phone 0222-54-28-73

NOTE: One title by Charley Taylor remains undiscovered. L-253 is a laughing record; only the piano excerpts were used for reissue.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: AUSTRO MECHANA
  • Label Code: LC 8395
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): BD 2073 A 1 BE
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): BD 2073 B 1 BE