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VA - The North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic Vol. III (2014)

12-05-2014, 17:47
Music | Blues

VA - The North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic Vol. III (2014)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: The North Mississippi Hill Country Picnic Vol. III
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Blues
Label: Various Artists
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 67:19
Total Size: 158 Mb
Covers: Front

01 Mississippi Bollweevil - Mississippi Bollweevil (5:11)
02 Eric Deaton - Turn It Around (3:51)
03 Robert Belfour - Smokestack Lightning (6:10)
04 David Kimbrough - Meet Me In The City (3:27)
05 Cedric Burnside - Come On In (4:30)
06 Rev. Wilkins - Trouble (8:47)
07 Duff Durrough - Traveling On (3:14)
08 Duwayne Burnside - Skinny Woman (3:09)
09 Blue Mountain - Jellyroll (6:15)
10 T-Model Ford - Hip Shakin Woman (3:51)
11 Kenny Brown - Jumper On The Line (9:10)
12 Garry Burnside - Hoochie Coochie Man (3:48)
13 Jimbo Mathus - Leash My Pony (3:28)
14 The Rising Star Fife & Drum Band - Bounceball (2:23)

The festival demonstrated the vitality of the contemporary blues scene in North Mississippi. Potts Camp is located off of Route 78, about halfway between Memphis and Tupelo.
The festival celebrates the legacies of departed North Mississippi blues legends including R.L. Burnside, Junior Kimbrough, and Othar Turner. The festival features many of their children and grandchildren. These include Duwayne Burnside, and his band the Mississippi Mafia; the Burnside Exploration, featuring Garry Burnside; David Kimbrough; the Rising Star Fife and Drum Band, led by Othar Turner's 17-year-old granddaughter Sharde Thomas.
Other second generation acts returning to the event include Kenny Brown, R.L. Burnside's longtime guitarist and adopted son and the Reverend John Wilkins, son of pre-WWII recording artist Robert Wilkins, whose song Prodigal Son was covered by the Rolling Stones. Also returning to the festival are Jimbo Mathus and Knockdown South, T-Model Ford, and Cary Hudson with Blue Mountain.
Additions this year include the North Mississippi Allstars, whose leader Luther Dickinson grew up listening to R.L. Burnside and attending Othar Turner's fife and drum picnics, Alvin Youngblood Hart, and Danny Lancaster.
Potts Camp resident Kenny Brown, who has been playing Hill Country blues since he was a young boy with artists including Mississippi Joe Callicott and Johnny Woods, conceived the festival. The original idea for this thing was to get all the Hill Country acts we could together at one time here in North Mississippi, says Brown. know from first hand experience how popular the music is all over the world, but we previously didn't have an opportunity to celebrate our shared heritage here on our home turf.

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