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01 Leroy Carr The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Blues Before Sunrise.mp3 (Size: 161.44 MB) (Files: 25)

 01 Leroy Carr The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Blues Before Sunrise.mp3

8.21 MB

 02 Frank Stokes The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Downtown Blues.mp3

7.39 MB

 03 Mississippi John Hurt The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Stack O' Lee Blues.mp3

6.79 MB

 04 Peg Leg Howell The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Rolling Mill Blues.mp3

7.12 MB

 05 Lonnie Johnson The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Mr. Johnson's Blues, No. 2.mp3

6.81 MB

 06 Charley Patton The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Pony Blues.mp3

6.82 MB

 07 Roosevelt Sykes The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 44 Blues.mp3

7.13 MB

 08 Memphis Minnie The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Bumble Bee Blues.mp3

6.47 MB

 09 Memphis Minnie The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 I'm So Glad.mp3

6.14 MB

 10 Speckled Red The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 The Dirty Dozens No. 1.mp3

7.43 MB

 11 Sleepy John Estes The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Divin' Duck Blues.mp3

7.47 MB

 12 Memphis Jug Band The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 K.C. Moan.mp3

5.85 MB

 13 Mississippi Sheiks The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Sitting on Top of the World.mp3

7.42 MB

 14 Walter Davis The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 M & O Blues.mp3

7.06 MB

 15 Son House The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Dry Spell Blues, Pt. 1.mp3

7.25 MB

 16 Skip James The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Devil Got My Woman.mp3

6.87 MB

 17 Bumble Bee Slim The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Chain Gang Bound.mp3

8.55 MB

 18 Blind Willie McTell The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Broke Down Engine.mp3

7.25 MB

 19 Big Bill Broonzy The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Big Bill Blues.mp3

6.81 MB

 20 Big Bill Broonzy The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 I'm Gonna Move to the Outskirts of Town.mp3

6.67 MB

 21 Kokomo Arnold The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Old Original Kokomo Blues.mp3

6.63 MB

 22 Cripple Clarence Lofton The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Strut That Thing.mp3

6.61 MB

 23 Carl Martin The Blues [Blue City] Disc 2 Crow Jane.mp3

6.67 MB

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The Blues (Blue City) Disc 02
Audio CD (February 1, 1994)
Original Release Date: 1993
Number of Discs: 4
Format: Box set
Bitrate: 320 kbps

I purchased this set last week and went crazy over how great it is. It really took me back to all the time I spent down on the Gulf between Corpus and Mobile when I was in the Merchant Marines. Boy can these selections take you back,it reminds me of my early days when a real treat cooked by a Sea Cook was nothing more then stewed okra and tomatoes. A lot of young kids won't have a clue about this music ,but if you can really dig the likes of the real pros like Robert Johnson and Bessie Smith you will have a ball with this priceless set as these songe are the real orginals not remakes by some new Motown group. I am even playing this stuff for my Grandchildren and they are enjoying it as much as I did when I first heard a lot of it over 40+ years ago ! If you ever lived with the Blues and loves listening to people who made it real then this set will mean as much to you as it does to me. "Enjoy" ~ J. F Kopeck

The Blues, assembled and released under the auspices of the hallowed Smithsonian Institute, is a first-rate, 4CD collection that focuses primarily on early blues. Starting with Blind Lemon Jefferson (and "That Black Snake Moan"---what could he be referring to? Hmmm!!) and finishing with John Cephas and the "Dog Days of August" (where "the Devil is beating his wife," an old expression for rain) this collection will warm the hearts of blues fans everywhere, particularly fans of early, pre-1940's blues. If you thought that Robert Johnson was one of the earliest stars of the genre, well, think again, his contributions don't come until DISC THREE of this chronological set!! Of particular importance are ancient stalwarts Tommy Johnson (whose "Cool Drink of Water Blues", along with Henry Thomas' "Bull Doze BLues," were borrowed by Canned Heat for the sixties classic "Going Up the Country), Blind Willie Johnson (who played straight, 190-proof-Everclear, industrial-strength gospel blues---chilling!) and the early blues women Ma Rainey, Memphis Minnie, and of course, Bessie Smith, the Empress of the Blues (in particular, Smith's "Backwater Blues" manages to sound plaintive and hopeful at the same time). In short, this collection is everything a serious collector could want for a great introduction to early blues. (The casual fan may wish to click on a few of the song samples before buying: Early blues is an acquired taste for many people.) Unfortunately, while discs three and four have outstanding selections as well, the compilers of this set chose to compress some fifty-plus years of latter-day blues into just two discs. Thus, the average fan may feel shortchanged; in particular, the 1950's and early 1960's, which many aficionadoes believe is the Golden Age of BLues, is woefully underrepresented. However, there is an excellent solution: If you have not done so already, please also purchase The Chess Box, that superb collection from the most outstandingest blues company in the business, along with this compilation. That way, you will have two great collections which will cover the first fifty years of blues recordings very nicely indeed. So again,if you want an excellent collection which is especially strong in "prehistoric" blues, purchase this wonderful set today. And, if you think you know who the earliest blues artists were, just listen to this fine collection and think again!!! ~ chris meesey

It's hard to imagine a better introduction to pre-war American blues than this. It combines the well-known (e.g. Robert Johnson) with the obscure (e.g. Sippie Wallace) in such perfect proportion that anyone with any interest in blues will love it. The accompanying book makes for great history, great storytelling, and drawing the unifying threads. I love the piano-based tunes like Peetie Wheatstraw's "Peetie Wheatstraw Stomp" - don't let anyone fool you into thinking pre-wars is all National Steel Guitar! This and Rhino's Blues Masters series show the astonishing breadth and depth of the blues. A must! ~ A Customer

The Blues (Blue City) Disc 02 Tracks:
01 Blues Before Sunrise - Leroy Carr
02 Downtown Blues - Frank Stokes
03 Stack O'Lee Blues - Mississippi John Hurt
04 Rolling Mill Blues - Peg Leg Howell
05 Mr. Johnson's Blues No. 2 - Lonnie Johnson
06 Pony Blues - Charley Patton
07 Forty-Four Blues - Roosevelt Sykes
08 Bumble Bee Blues - Memphis Minnie
09 I'm So Glad - Memphis Minnie
10 The Dirty Dozens (No 1) - Speckled Red
11 Diving Duck Blues - Sleepy John Estes
12 K.C. Moan - Memphis Jug Band
13 Sittin' On Top Of The World - Mississippi Sheiks
14 M & O Blues - Walter Davis
15 Dry Spell Blues (Pt 1) - Son House
16 Devil Got My Woman - Skip James
17 Chain Gang Bound - Bumble Bee Slim
18 Broke Down Engine Blues - Blind Willie McTell
19 Big Bill Blues - Big Bill Broonzy
20 I'm Gonna Move To The Outskirts Of Town - Big Bill Broonzy
21 Old Original Kokomo Blues - Kokomo Arnold
22 Strut That Thing - Cripple Clarence Lofton
23 Crow Jane - Carl Martin
24 Baby Please Don't Go - Big Joe Williams

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