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Cary Tate & Alonzo Burks - Blues At Home 5 (2013)

8-01-2014, 22:43
Music | Blues

Cary Tate & Alonzo Burks - Blues At Home 5 (2013)

Artist: Cary Tate & Alonzo Burks
Title Of Album: Blues At Home 5
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Mbirafon
Genre: Country Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 51:27
Total Size: 121 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Cary Tate - Bumble Bee Blues (2:11)
02. Cary Tate - The Honeydripper (2:07)
03. Cary Tate - Untitled Blues (2:18)
04. Cary Tate - Early One Morning, About The Dawn Of Day (2:01)
05. Cary Tate - Catfish Blues (Take 1) (2:26)
06. Cary Tate - Catfish Blues (Take 2) (2:27)
07. Cary Tate - Catfish Blues (Take 3) (4:39)
08. Cary Tate - Coal Black Mare (2:33)
09. Cary Tate - Blues All In My Bread (1:57)
10. Cary Tate - What's That Smells Like Gravy (Take 1) (1:36)
11. Cary Tate - What's That Smells Like Gravy (Take 2) (1:26)
12. Cary Tate - How Many More Years (2:24)
13. Cary Tate - Bluebird Blues (2:52)
14. Cary Tate - Going Down Brownsville (4:47)
15. Cary Tate - Cary Tate Discusses The Meaning Of The Blues (0:41)
16. Cary Tate - Cary Tate Discusses Repertoire And Guitar Style (0:49)
17. Alonzo Burks - Catfish Blues (2:16)
18. Alonzo Burks - Train I Ride (2:34)
19. Alonzo Burks - Will The Circle Be Unbroken (2:09)
20. Alonzo Burks - Back Door Friend (2:29)
21. Alonzo Burks - Louisiana Blues (2:17)
22. Alonzo Burks - Smokestack Lightning (2:19)

The fifth volume of the “Blues At Home” Collection, this CD features a totally unknown musician from Henning, Tennessee, a very prolific area from which several outstanding blues artists came – Noah Lewis, Charlie Pickett, and John Henry Barbee, for example. Cary Tate was born in Henning, Tennessee, in 1905, and was discovered in the summer of 1976 in Humboldt, Tennessee, through the help of Hammie Nixon, and two sessions were recorded at Tate’s home there. Less than one year later, Tate was murdered under obscure circumstances in Humboldt, and the recordings presented on this CD remain his last testament. Rooted in the traditional blues of South Western Tennessee, Cary Tate was an accomplished vocalist whose intensity was coupled with skill on the guitar in a range of styles.
The CD also includes six tracks by Alonzo Burks (a.k.a. Lonzo Burkes, born 1919 in Madison, Mississippi), another unknown artist discovered in Flora, Mississippi, in the summer of 1978, through referral of William “Do Boy” Diamond’s nephew Eugene. Alonzo Burks has spent most of his life in the Flora area working as a farmer and tractor driver for a local landowner named W.E. Wesby. When I met him he was holding an electric guitar, playing in local juke joints with a small combo, earning the nickname of “Boogie Children.” Burks repertoire presented here includes well-known Post-War blues recordings conveniently readapted by him, plus a traditional gospel title. All tracks have been fully digitally remastered in 2013 from the original tapes. ~Giambattista Marcucci

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