Charley Patton Hang It on The Wall(blues)(flac)[rogercc][h33t]

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Name:Charley Patton Hang It on The Wall(blues)(flac)[rogercc][h33t]

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Jersey bull blues.flac (Size: 155.06 MB) (Files: 21)

 Jersey bull blues.flac

11.06 MB

 High water everywhere pt.2.flac

10.84 MB

 Mississippi boweavil blues.flac

10.39 MB

 High Sheriff blues.flac

10.05 MB

 Pony blues.flac

9.18 MB

 Pea vine blues.flac

8.12 MB

 Prayer of the death pt.1.flac

8.08 MB

 Down the dirt road blues.flac

8.07 MB

 A spoonful blues.flac

7.74 MB

 Hammer blues.flac

7.70 MB

 34 blues.flac

7.69 MB

 Screamin and hollerin the blues.flac

7.67 MB

 High water everywhere pt.1.flac

7.52 MB

 Love my stuff.flac

7.35 MB

 Poor me.flac

7.29 MB

 Tom Rushen blues.flac

7.07 MB

 Hang it on the wall.flac

6.97 MB

 Prayer of the death pt.2.flac

6.67 MB

 Revenue man blues.flac

5.61 MB

 Hang it on the wall.log

8.51 KB


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Audio CD (19 April 2004)
Original recording remastered
Recording information: 1929 - 1934.

This disc contains most of Charley Pattern's most well known songs. His guitar work is superb and fills the gap between the heavy, percussive style of Son House and the sophisticated, subtler style of Robert Johnson. But his vocals are also distinctive and very powerful.

Charlie Patton was one of the first mainstream stars of the Delta blues genre. Patton, who was born in Hinds County, Mississippi near Edwards, lived most of his life in Sunflower County, in the Mississippi Delta. Most sources say he was born in 1891, but there is some debate about this, and the years 1887 and 1894 have also been suggested. In 1900, his family moved 100 miles north to the legendary 10,000-acre Dockery Plantation sawmill and cotton farm near Ruleville, Mississippi. It was here that both John Lee Hooker and Howlin' Wolf fell under the Patton spell. It was also here that Robert Johnson played and was given his first guitar.
Patton's ethnicity is the subject of minor debate. Though he was considered African-American, because of his light complexion there have been rumours that he was Mexican, or possibly a full-blood Cherokee, a theory endorsed by Howlin' Wolf. In actuality, Patton was a mix of white, black, and Cherokee (one of his grandmothers was a full-blooded Cherokee). Patton himself sang in "Down the Dirt Road Blues" of having gone to "the Nation" and "the Territory'" -- meaning the Cherokee Nation portion of the Indian Territory (which became part of the state of Oklahoma in 1907), where a number of Black Indians tried unsuccessfully to claim a place on the tribal rolls and thereby obtain land.
Track Listings

1. Tom Rushen Blues
2. Pony Blues
3. Hammer Blues
4. Pea Vine Blues
5. Frankie And Albert
6. High Water Everywhere
7. High Water Everywhere
8. Poor Me
9. Mississippi Boweavil Blues
10. 34 Blues
11. Spoonful Of Blues
12. Hang It On The Wall
13. Down The Dirt Road Blues
14. High Sheriff Blues
15. Love My Stuff
16. Screamin' And Hollerin' The Blues
17. Revenue Man Blues
18. Jersey Bull Blues
19. Prayer Of Death Pt 1
20. Prayer Of Death Pt 2

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