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Various - Jumping On The Hill (Memphis Blues & Hokum 1928-1941) mp3 flac download

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Jumping On The Hill (Memphis Blues & Hokum 1928-1941)
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Memphis Blues
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A1. –Beale Street Sheiks. Guitar – Dan SaneVocals, Guitar – Frank Stokes. A2. –Memphis Jug Band. Guitar, Speech – Will ShadeMandolin, Vocals – Charlie BursePiano – Jab JonesViolin – Charlie Pierce.

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The Memphis blues is a style of blues music created from the 1910s to the 1930s by musicians in the Memphis area, like Frank Stokes, Sleepy John Estes, Furry Lewis and Memphis Minnie. The style was popular in vaudeville and medicine shows and was associated with Beale Street, the main entertainment area in Memphis, W. C. Handy, the "Father of the Blues", published the song "The Memphis Blues". In lyrics, the phrase has been used to describe a depressed mood.

17. Bunker Hill Blues. Creator of the Memphis Blues. Frank Stokes, the Father of the Memphis blues guitar style. Frank Stokes: Downtown Blues. When the Levee Breaks: Mississippi Blues Rare Cuts 1926-1941 (CD A). Various Artists. When the Sun Goes Down: Statesboro Blues. Furry Lewis 1927 - 1929.

Memphis Blues is the tenth studio album by American singer Cyndi Lauper. Regarded as a continuation of her 2008 comeback the album was a nominee for the Grammy Awards 2010 and was released on her 57th birthday, June 22, 2010. According to the Brazilian daily newspaper O Globo, the album had sold 600,000 copies worldwide by November 2010. Memphis Blues was voted the 7th best album of 2010 by the New York Post, and it went on to become Billboard's biggest selling blues album of 2010

Hill was a t for whom the harp came first. By the late 1940s, his one-man musical performance was a popular attraction in Handy Park and on WDIA, the groundbreaking Memphis radio station, where he hosted a 15-minute program billed as "The Pepticon Bo. Also known as "the Be-Bop Boy," Louis made his recording debut in 1949 for Columbia, but the remainder of his recordings were issued on R&B independent labels large and small.

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Memphis Hill was born out of a mutual love of modern blues and rock and a refusal to stifle musical.

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A1 Beale Street Sheiks Jumping On The Hill
Guitar – Dan SaneVocals, Guitar – Frank Stokes
A2 Memphis Jug Band My Love Is Cold
Guitar, Speech – Will ShadeMandolin, Vocals – Charlie BursePiano – Jab JonesViolin – Charlie Pierce
A3 Furry Lewis Cannon Ball Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Furry Lewis
A4 Kaiser Clifton She'll Be Back Some Day
Guitar, Speech – Will ShadePiano [Prob.] – Edward Hatchett Vocals – Clifton*
A5 The Delta Boys Don't You Want To Know?
Bass [Imitation], Vocals [Chorus Vocal] – Raymond ThomasGuitar, Lead Vocals – Sleepy John EstesKazoo, Vocals [Chorus Vocal] – Son Bonds
A6 Jim Jackson Old Dog Blue
Vocals, Guitar – Jim Jackson
A7 Memphis Jug Band Little Green Slippers
Drums – Robert BurseGuitar, Vocals – Charlie Burse, Will ShadeJug – Dewey CorleyViolin – Charlie Pierce
A8 Too Tight Henry Squinch Owl Moan
Guitar [Uncredited] – Unknown ArtistHarmonica [Prob.] – Jed DavenportVocals, Guitar [Prob.] – Henry L. Castle
B1 Tom Dickson Worry Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Tom Dickson
B2 Memphis Jug Band Fishin' In The Dark
Drums – Robert BurseGuitar, Vocals – Charlie Burse, Will ShadeJug – Dewey CorleyViolin – Charlie Pierce
B3 Little Buddy Doyle She's Got Good Dry Goods
Guitar [Poss.] – Son BondsHarmonica – Hammie NixonVocals, Guitar [Prob.] – Doyle*
B4 Kaiser Clifton Teach Me Right From Wrong
Guitar – Will ShadePiano [Prob.] – Edward Hatchett Vocals – Clifton*
B5 Hattie Hart Won't You Be Kind To Me?
Guitar [Prob. Either] – Will ShadeGuitar [Prob. Or] – Charlie BursePiano [Poss.] – Johnnie HodgesViolin [Prob.] – Milton RobieVocals – Hattie Hart
B6 Jim Jackson Santa Fe Blues
Piano [Prob.] – Speckled RedVocals, Guitar – Jim Jackson
B7 Memphis Jug Band Jug Band Quartette
Drums – Robert BurseGuitar, Vocals – Will ShadeGuitar, Vocals, Speech – Charlie BurseJug – Dewey CorleyViolin – Charlie Pierce
B8 Too Tight Henry The Way I Do
Guitar [Uncredited] – Unknown ArtistHarmonica [Prob.] – Jed DavenportVocals, Guitar [Prob.] – Henry L. Castle

Companies, etc.

  • Remastered At – John Hassell Recordings

Credits

  • Compiled By [Uncredited] – Chris Smith
  • Research [Invaluable Assistance] – Alan Balfour

Notes

Limited to only 99 copies. Most copies came with info sheets taped to front and back.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): PW+4591+A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): PW+4591+B