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Black Rat Swing - Memphis Minnie - 1929/1953 (CD)

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  1. Feb 26,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Memphis Minnie - Black Rat Swing YouTube Relaxing Coffee JAZZ - Cafe Saxophone & Piano Jazz Music for Studying, Work, Sleep - Duration: Relax Music Recommended.
  2. Buy Memphis Minnie's album titled The Essential Recordings to enjoy in your home or car, $ CD Sale $ CD Sale $ CD Sale All Music Deals Coupons & Deals Sale. Black Rat Swing; When the Levee Breaks; Tricks Ain’t Walking No More; Hoodoo Lady; North Memphis Blues; Disc darkfurymoongrovemightfont.xyzinfo: $
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Queen Of The Blues on Discogs.
  4. Memphis Minnie by Del Rey. Guitar Queen. Hoodoo Lady. Master finger-style guitar player. Elizabeth “Kid” Douglas, known as Memphis Minnie was an intricate guitarist, an astute songwriter and a stylistic innovator. Her work (over recordings) leads the way through the development of blues guitar playing, starting with her first recordings.
  5. The song Black Rat Swing was written by Ernest Lawler and was first recorded and released by Little Son Joe in It was covered by Big Mama Thornton, Dave Kelly, Lightnin' Hopkins, Lil' .
  6. These 52 tracks offer a very good insight into early country blues. Almost every major blues artist from the s and 30s is represented, among them legendary figures such as Tampa Red, Robert Johnson, Charley Patton, Big Bill Broonzy, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Leroy Carr, 'Sleepy' John Estes, Lonnie Johnson and the great Son House, and this is definitely the place to go if you want just a 5/5(5).
  7. Maria Muldaur has produced this tribute album to her blues hero Memphis Minnie. - The CD includes several previously released tracks by Maria with Alvin Youngblood Hart, Del Rey, Roy Rogers and Steve James. - In addition, new recordings by Rory Block, Ruthie Foster and Bonnie Raitt were done for this project. 13 Black Rat Swing.
  8. "Black Rat Swing" is a superb 2-CD anthology spanning her whole career. On most of the tracks she performs solo, or is backed by piano and/or harmonica. Others show her at ease with electric blues, Chicago-style. The same company have issues three CDs of "Rare and Unissued" recordings, two of Jo-Anne solo and one from her sessions with Tramp/5(8).

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