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Sam Chatmon - Blues At Home 2 (2013)

9-12-2013, 18:02
Music | Blues

Sam Chatmon - Blues At Home 2 (2013)

Artist: Sam Chatmon
Title Of Album: Blues At Home 2
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Mbirafon
Genre: Acoustic Blues, Country Blues, Delta Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 42:59
Total Size: 101 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Open Your Book, Your Daddy Got To Read With You (1:43)
02. St. Louis Blues (2:18)
03. That's All Right (3:31)
04. Stoop Down Baby, Let Your Daddy See (Complete Version) (3:20)
05. Baby Please Come Back To Me (3:58)
06. Brownskin Woman (Big Road Blues) (2:32)
07. Prowling Ground Hog (3:09)
08. Go Back Old Devil (2:23)
09. Black Night (2:56)
10. I'm Crazy About Her Loving (1:58)
11. Last Time Shaking In The Bed With Me (4:04)
12. I Get The Blues When It Rains (1:05)
13. Good Eating Meat (3:18)
14. Let's Get Drunk Again (1:50)
15. P Stands For Push (2:04)
16. Sam Chatmon Discusses Good Eating Meat (0:32)
17. Sam Chatmon Mentions Musicians And Producers (2:09)

Cut in a relaxed session held on August 6th, 1976, at his private home in Hollandale, Mississippi.

Second volume of the Blues at Home series, the CD features one of the major blues rediscoveries of the 60s. Son of a fiddler ex-slave, Sam Chatmon belonged to a large family of Mississippi Delta musicians. His brother Bo Chatmon (aka Bo Carter) made numerous records in the 30s. The Chatmon brothers, and their associate Walter Vincent, founded before World War II the string band called The Mississippi Sheiks; playing for both white and black audiences, they acquired great popularity. Among the titles they recorded, 'Sitting on Top of the World' and 'Stop and Listen' became blues standards. Starting to play music at the early age of five, Sam developed a complex guitar technique, coupled with a highly expressive vocal style. His huge repertoire encompasses pre-blues influences, ragtime and popular songs, to spirited renditions of blues hits of the 50s and 60s, as well as his own original compositions.

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