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CD(Lossless)MiscellaneousVarious Artists - A Brief History of the Blues
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NameVarious Artists - A Brief History of the Blues (APE)(FLAC)(Lossless)
Track listing
[03:03]01.Muddy Waters - I'm Ready
[02:28]02.Robert Johnson - Walkin' Blues
[02:52]03.Elmore James - Dust My Broom
[02:42]04.T-Bone Walker - Glamour Girl
[02:56]05.Mississippi John Hurt - Stack O'Lee
[05:16]06.Doyle Bramhall II with Erykah Badu - Oh Death
[02:49]07.John Lee Sonny Boy Williamson - Welfare Store Blues
[02:36]08.Junior Parker - Drivin' Wheel
[02:49]09.Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dog
[02:39]10.Little Walter - My Babe
[02:26]11.Howlin' Wolf - The Red Rooster
[02:33]12.Sonny Boy Williamson II - Don't Start Me To Talkin
[02:36]13.Otis Rush - All Your Love (I Miss Loving)
[02:42]14.Lightin' Hopkins - Coffee Blues
[03:00]15.John Lee Hooker - One Bourbon, One Scotch, One Beer
[03:00]16.Koko Taylor - Wang Dang Doodle
[03:00]17.B. B. King - Three O'Clock Blues
[02:46]18.Albert King - Born Under A Bad Sign
[04:12]19.Charlie Musselwhite & Jimmie Vaughan - CBad Boy
[03:11]20.Bessie Smith - St. Louis Blues
[05:19]21.Muddy Waters, Little Walter & Bo Diddley - Long Distance Call
Product Description
There's a little bit of everything on this generous 21-song set, from unaccompanied hollers to 1930s Delta blues and modern electric blues stuff, as well, so there is the outline for a history of the blues here, but it's hardly spelled out, and in the end it feels mostly like a pretty decent to ordinary blues mixtape. There's some great stuff here, though, like yet another vibrant version of Elmore James tearing into "Dust My Broom," Mississippi John Hurt's measured and graceful "Stack O' Lee," Big Mama Thornton's wonderfully ragged "Hound Dog," and Bessie Smith's passionate yet still stately take on "St. Louis Blues," making this sequence an OK fit for a short, blues-filled road trip.
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