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Various - The Paramount Piano Blues 1928-1932 album flac

  • Performer: Various
  • Album: The Paramount Piano Blues 1928-1932
  • FLAC: 1556 mb | MP3: 1347 mb
  • Released: 1991
  • Style: Piano Blues
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Various - The Paramount Piano Blues 1928-1932 album flac


1 James Wiggins, Bob Call Evil Woman Blues
2 James Wiggins, Blind Leroy Garnett Forty-Four Blues
3 James Wiggins, Blind Leroy Garnett Chain 'Em Down
4 Blind Leroy Garnett Louisiana Glide
5 Charlie Spand Mississippi Blues
6 Charlie Spand, Blind Blake Moanin' The Blues
7 Charlie Spand, Blind Blake Hastings Street
8 Will Ezell, Baby Jay, Blind Roosevelt Graves, Uaroy Graves Pitchin' Boogie
9 Will Ezell Heifer Dust
10 Henry Brown Henry Brown Blues
11 Lonnie Clark Down In Tennessee
12 Charles Avery Dearborn St. Breakdown
13 Louise Johnson, Son House, Willie Brown All Night Long Blues
14 Louise Johnson By The Moon And Stars
15 Little Brother Montgomery No Special Rider
16 Little Brother Montgomery Vicksburg Blues
17 Wesley Wallace Fanny Lee Blues
18 Wesley Wallace No. 29
19 Skip James If You Haven't Any Hay
20 Jabo Williams Fat Mama Blues


This Is The First In A Series Of Chronological Reissues Of Items From The Paramount Catalog.
1991 Black Swan Records,1206 Decatur Street, New Orleans,Louisiana

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 7 6224-73011-2 7

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Series: The Piano Blues –.

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George Hamilton’s "Chimes Blues" offers a delightful piano jaunt. Ollie Hess’ parlor-ready "Mammy’s Lullaby" combines arching, urbane vocals and simply picked guitar-country, meet cosmopolitan. Two of the best and most truly haunting songs in the entire Paramount oeuvre belong to Rube Lacy, a little-known blues moaner who only recorded these two cuts as far as anyone can tell. In its waning days, without Williams in command, Paramount was grasping for anything to sell.

The Anthology of American Folk Music is a six-album compilation released in 1952 by Folkways Records (catalogue FP 251, FP 252, and FP 253), comprising eighty-four American folk, blues and country music recordings that were originally issued from 1927 to 1932. Experimental film maker Harry Smith compiled the music from his personal collection of 78 rpm records. The album is famous due to its role as a touchstone for the American folk music revival in the 1950s and 1960s

Paramount Vol. Paramount Piano Blues, Vol. 1. 1991 blues. St. Louis Barrelhouse Piano (1929-1934). 2. 1992 blues. Blues - La Grande Anthologie 1925 - 1962. Henry Brown - Henry Brown Blues Saga Blues: Saint Louis Blues "The First Urban Blues", 2007 03:00.

Jabo Williams – piano (1,16) Henry Brown – piano (2,15) Freddie Brown – vocals, piano (3,14) Skip James – vocals, piano (4) Raymond Barrow – piano (5) Charley Taylor - vocals, piano (6,10) Barrel House Welch - vocals, piano (7,11) Louise Johnson - vocals, piano (8,9) Meade Lux Lewis – piano (12) Will Ezell – piano (13). Louis-based barrelhouse pianist Jabo Williams is known only by the eight sides he cut in Paramount's Grafton, WI studio in May 1932