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Charlie Sangster - Blues At Home 9 (2013)

7-05-2014, 15:19
Music | Blues

Charlie Sangster - Blues At Home 9 (2013)

Artist: Charlie Sangster
Title Of Album: Blues At Home 9: Recorded In Brownsville, Tennessee (1976-1979)
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Mbirafon
Genre: Country Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 73:30
Total Size: 172 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Moaning The Blues (2:15)
02. The Dirty Dozen (Take 1) (2:05)
03. The Dirty Dozen (Take 2) (1:36)
04. Old Bull Cow (Take 1) (1:59)
05. Old Bull Cow (Take 3) (2:10)
06. Sweet Old Kokomo (2:45)
07. Dreamy-Eyed Woman (3:11)
08. Kansas City Blues (Take 2) (2:56)
09. Kansas City Blues (Take 3) (3:30)
10. Hesitation Blues (Take 2) (1:59)
11. Hesitation Blues (Take 3) (1:51)
12. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl (3:28)
13. A Year And Six Months Old Blues (Take 3) (3:02)
14. Selling That Stuff (1:56)
15. Crawdad Song (1:36)
16. It's Tight Like That (4:04)
17. Two White Horses In A Line (Take 2) (2:47)
18. Careless Love (Take 2) (1:50)
19. Stop That Thing (2:25)
20. Bluebird Blues (1:54)
21. Early Morning Blues (Take 3) (3:54)
22. Skinny Woman Blues (Take 4) (3:19)
23. Step It Up And Go (Take 3) (3:13)
24. One Cold Night (1:31)
25. Weeping Willow Blues (Take 2) (1:24)
26. Drop Down Mama (2:04)
27. Will The Circle Be Unbroken (2:50)
28. Jesus Gonna Make Up My Dying Bed (2:03)
29. I'm Gonna Tell God How You Treat Me (1:47)
30. When I Lay My Burden Down (1:50

The ninth volume of the “Blues At Home” Collection, this CD introduces a little known artist of Brownsville, Tennessee. Charlie Sangster, born in this small Tennessee town in 1917, earned his living as a farmer. Belonging to a musical family, he learned how to play mandolin and guitar at the age of 12. His father, Samuel Ellis Sangster, was a blues guitarist who used to play with Sleepy John Estes and Hambone Willie Newbern; his mother, Victoria, was a gospel singer. Charlie played at the fish market and in other social situations with a circle of local musicians, including Charlie Pickett, Brownsville Son Bonds, Hammie Nixon, Yank Rachel, Sleepy John Estes, and Walter Cooper. He also knew and performed with Hambone Willie Newbern during the last part of Newbern’s life. Deeply rooted in the local blues guitar style in the key of G, but also stylistically characterized by his familiarity with mandolin, Charlie Sangster, by his own admission, learned his whole repertoire by listening to 78rpm records mainly, but not exclusively, composed of African-American titles. He enjoyed playing gospel pieces as well as traditional white country music. With only the exclusion of five years in Indiana and a period of time in Europe serving with the U.S. Army during World War II, he spent most of his life in Brownsville, living in the house where he was born, where I discovered him through referral by Hammie Nixon. A person of exquisite kindness and willingness, Charlie Sangster allowed me to record eight sessions between 1976 and 1980, plus an interview in 1982, just one year before his death. The CD features the most meaningful examples of his repertoire. The 1982 interview can be found in volume 15 of the series. All tracks have been fully digitally remastered in 2013 from the original tapes.
—Giambattista Marcucci

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