Various - Going Back On The Farm (Blues In Chicago 1940-1942) album flac
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|A1||–Roosevelt Sykes, (The Honeydripper)*||Let The Black Have His Way
Drums [Unidentified] – Unknown ArtistVocals [Sp., Unidentified Female] – Unknown ArtistVocals, Piano – Roosevelt Sykes, (The Honeydripper)*
|A2||–Baby Doo, (Leonard Caston)*||I'm Gonna Walk Your Log
Vocals, Guitar [Prob. Own] – Baby Doo, (Leonard Caston)*Washboard [Poss.] – Amanda Sortier
|A3||–Big Bill (Broonzy)*||Jivin' Mr. Fuller Blues
Drums – Fred WilliamsPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Guitar – Big Bill (Broonzy)*
|A4||–Lil Green||99 Blues
Drums [Unidentified] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Simeon HenryVocals – Lil Green
|A5||–Willie '61' Blackwell*||Machine Gun Blues
Bass – Alfred ElkinsVocals, Guitar – Willie '61' Blackwell*
|A6||–The Florida Kid, (Prob. Ernest Blunt)*||I'm Going Back On The Farm
Bass [Unidentified] – Unknown ArtistPiano [Prob.] – Bob White Vocals – (Prob. Ernest Blunt)*, The Florida Kid
|A7||–Little Bill Gaither*||Life Of Leroy Carr
Bass – Unknown ArtistPiano – Joshua AltheimerVocals, Guitar [Prob.] – Little Bill Gaither*
|A8||–Big Joe & His Rhythm||What Will I Do
Bass [Unidentified] – Unknown ArtistHarmonica [Prob.] – Robert Lee McCoyMandolin – Charlie McCoy Vocals, Guitar – Joe McCoyWashboard – Amanda Sortier
|B1||–Yank Rachell||Katy Lee Blues
Harmonica – (John Lee) Sonny Boy Williamson*Vocals, Guitar – Yank RachellWashboard – (Robert Brown)*, Washboard Sam
|B2||–Gene Gilmore||She Got Something There
Vocals, Piano [Poss. Own] – Gene GilmoreWashboard [Prob.] – Amanda Sortier
|B3||–The Five Breezes||My Buddy Blues
Bass [Cano] – Willie DixonLead Vocals – Gene GilmoreVocals – Joseph Bell , Willie HawthorneVocals, Guitar – Leonard Caston
|B4||–Frank Edwards||Three Women Blues
Vocals, Guitar, Harmonica – Frank EdwardsWashboard – (Robert Brown)*, Washboard Sam
|B5||–Peetie Wheatstraw's Buddy||Sleeping By Myself
Bass – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Joe McCoyMandolin – Charlie McCoy Vocals – Harmon RayWashboard – (Robert Brown)*, Washboard Sam
|B6||–Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup*||Kind Lover Blues
Bass – Joe McCoyVocals, Guitar – Arthur 'Big Boy' Crudup*
|B7||–Peter Chatman & His Washboard Band||The Jive Blues
Bass [Unidentified] – Unknown ArtistHarmonica [Unidentified] – Unknown ArtistVocals, Piano – Memphis SlimWashboard [Prob.] – (Robert Brown)*, Washboard Sam
|B8||–Washboard Sam & His Washboard Band*||Good Old Cabbage Greens
Alto Saxophone – Frank Owens Guitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Roosevelt SykesVocals, Washboard – Robert Brown
- Record Company – Interstate Music Ltd.
- Design [Sleeve] – Nigel Goodall
- Liner Notes – John Cowley
- Photography By – Dorothea Lange
- Remastered By – Ron Geesin
NotesCover photograph: Negro tenant farm, Pittsboro, North Carolina, 1939.
Track A1 recorded Wednesday 30 April 1941.
Track A2 recorded Tuesday 4 June 1940.
Track A3 recorded Friday 26 January 1940.
Track A4 recorded Wednesday 21 January 1942.
Track A5 recorded Wednesday 30 July 1941.
Track A6 recorded Thursday 7 November 1940.
Track A7 recorded Wednesday 12 June 1940.
Track A8 recorded Wednesday 23 July 1941.
Track B1 recorded Thursday 11 December 1941.
Track B2 recorded Tuesday 4 June 1940.
Track B3 recorded Friday 15 November 1940.
Track B4 recorded Wednesday 28 May 1941.
Track B5 recorded Friday 30 January 1942.
Track B6 recorded Thursday 11 September 1941.
Track B7 recorded Tuesday 6 August 1940.
Track B8 recorded Tuesday 10 February 1942.
Made in England.
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Parchman Farm Blues" (B. White). White was sampled by electronic artist Recoil for the track, "Electro Blues For Bukka White", on the 1992 album, Bloodline; the song was reworked and re-released on the 2000 EP "Jezebel".
2012 г. Born in Chicago by The Paul Butterfield Blues Band. The Butterfield Blues Band;Michael Bloomfield. Don't Say That I Ain't Your Man!-Essential Blues.
Parchman Farm" or "Parchman Farm Blues" is a blues song first recorded by American Delta blues musician Bukka White in 1940. It is an autobiographical piece, in which White sings of his experience at the infamous Mississippi State Penitentiary, known as Parchman Farm. Jazz pianist-vocalist Mose Allison adapted it for his own "Parchman Farm" and "New Parchman", which are among his most popular songs. Numerous artists have recorded their own renditions, usually based on Allison's songs.
The blues grew up in the Mississippi Delta just upriver from New Orleans, the birthplace of jazz. Blues and jazz have always influenced each other, and they still interact in countless ways today. Unlike jazz, the blues didn't spread out significantly from the South to the Midwest until the 1930s and '40s. Once the Delta blues made their way up the Mississippi to urban areas, the music evolved into electrified Chicago blues, other regional blues styles, and various jazz-blues hybrids. When the country blues moved to the cities and other locales, it took on various regional characteristics. Today there are many different shades of the blues.
East Coast Blues in the Thirties (1934-1939). Country Blues: The Essential. Richer Tradition: Country Blues and String Band Music 1923-1942.
March 7/8, 1940 in Chicago, IL; Bukka White, voc, g; Washboard Sam, w. Peg Leg Howell - Skin Game Blues Lightnin' Hopkins - Come Go Home With Me °° Lightnin' Hopkins - Goin' Back To Florida Robert Johnson - Standing At The Crossroads LP 2: Lightnin' Hopkins - One Kind Favor Furry Lewis - John Henry Blind Willie Johnson - Nobody's Fault But Mine Furry Lewis - Warm Up Bukka White - Bukka's Jitterbug Swing Furry. Blues Fell This Morning Rare Recordings Of Southern Blues Singers Philips track list: - Gravel Camp Blues - Lewis Black (Dallas - 10/12/27) - Starvation Farm Blues - Bob Campbell (1934) - Chocolate To The Bone - Barbecue Bob (Atlanta - 13/4/28) - Court Street Blues - Stovepipe No. 1 and David Crockett (Atlanta 1927) - When You Get To Thinking - "Texas" Alexander and Lonnie Johnson (Chicago - 1929) - Tallahassee Blues
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I have been going to Briggs farm for the last 9 years and still can not get enough. The venue is the best I have experienced and the music is great! I can not wait for another year on the farm! Eric Marsheski. little stronger venue of music would pull people away from the Syracuse affair and back to Briggs Farm the crowd that attends the Syracuse Blues Festival for a change in music.
Only 17 left in stock (more on the way). Only 11 left in stock (more on the way). Isn't that a great photo of Chicago on the cover? His wife Ann took that while they were in town recording the sessions. There are black and white photos of many of the musicians featured on the CDs and one of a young Jimi Hendrix posing with his vinyl copy of Chicago The Blues Today! Jimi knew where it was at! It's not Rap, it's not Raggae, it's not Rock.