SNOOKY PRYOR In This Mess Up To My Chest (1994) FLAC

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Name:SNOOKY PRYOR In This Mess Up To My Chest (1994) FLAC

Total Size: 366.63 MB

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tray.jpg (Size: 366.63 MB) (Files: 19)


2.56 MB

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 In This Mess Up To My Chest.LOG

2.65 KB

 In This Mess Up To My Chest.CUE

2.03 KB


1.05 MB

 booklet outside.jpg

4.57 MB

 booklet inside.jpg

3.02 MB

 12 - Judgement Day.flac

40.09 MB

 11 - My Baby's Too Sweet To Die.flac

32.32 MB

 10 - She Tried To Ruin Me.flac

33.45 MB

 09 - Hello Little Baby.flac

26.22 MB

 08 - Bluebird Blues.flac

36.30 MB

 07 - Slow Down Baby.flac

21.78 MB

 06 - Take It Easy Greasy.flac

31.48 MB

 05 - When The Saints Go Marching In.flac

23.73 MB

 04 - Can I Get A Witness¿.flac

25.70 MB

 03 - Stick Out Way Behind.flac

19.98 MB

 02 - Pay For All Our Sins.flac

36.31 MB

 01 - Bury You In A Paper Sack.flac

28.08 MB

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Snooky Pryor (September 15, 1921 – October 18, 200) was an American blues harp player. He claimed to have pioneered the now-common method of playing amplified harmonica by cupping a small microphone in his hands along with the harmonica, although on his earliest records in the late 1940s he did not utilize this method.

James Edward Pryor was born in Lambert, Mississippi and developed a Delta blues style influenced by both Sonny Boy Williamson I and Sonny Boy Williamson II. He moved to Chicago around 1940.

While serving in the U.S. Army he would blow bugle calls through the powerful PA system, which led him to experiment with playing the harmonica that way. Upon discharge from the Army in 1945, he obtained his own amplifier, and introduced the sound to Maxwell Street audiences, becoming a regular in the Chicago blues scene.

Pryor recorded some of the first postwar Chicago blues records in 1948, including "Telephone Blues" and "Snooky & Moody's Boogie" with guitarist Moody Jones, and "Stockyard Blues" and "Keep What You Got" with singer/guitarist Floyd Jones. He moved south to Ullin, Illinois in 1967. He quit music for carpentry in the late 1960s but was persuaded to make a comeback.

After he dropped out of sight, Pryor was later re-discovered and resumed periodic recording until his death in nearby Cape Girardeau, Missouri at the age of 85.

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Original Release Date: 1994
Antone's Records


1. Bury You In A Paper Sack
2. Pay For All Our Sins
3. Stick Way Out Behind
4. Can I Get A Witness?
5. When The Saints Go Marching In
6. Take It Easy Greasy
7. Slow Down Baby
8. Bluebird Blues
9. Hello Little Baby
10. She Tried To Ruin Me
11. My Baby's Too Sweet To Die
12. Judgement Day

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