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Bukka White & Skip James - Live At The Cafe Au Go Go 1965 (2014)

22-07-2014, 15:51
Music | Blues

Bukka White & Skip James - Live At The Cafe Au Go Go 1965 (2014)

Artist: Bukka White & Skip James
Title Of Album: Live At The Cafe Au Go Go 1965
Year Of Release: 2014
Genre: Acoustic Blues
Label: Rockbeat Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 73:52
Total Size: 174 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Bukka White - I'm Going Home (3:41)
02. Bukka White - Aberdeen (First Set) (3:57)
03. Bukka White - Old Folks Twist (2:50)
04. Bukka White - Please Write My Mother (5:30)
05. Bukka White - Going To New Orleans (First Set) (2:52)
06. Bukka White - Jitterbug Swing (5:50)
07. Bukka White - Saturday Night Blues (4:17)
08. Bukka White - Old Man John (3:40)
09. Bukka White - Aberdeen (Second Set) (3:34)
10. Bukka White - Going To New Orleans (Second Set) (5:18)
11. Bukka White - Midnight Blues (2:49)
12. Skip James - Roadhouse Blues (2:50)
13. Skip James - I'm Worried (6:52)
14. Skip James - Hard Head (4:59)
15. Skip James - Cruel Jane (3:35)
16. Skip James - Cherry Bough (4:00)
17. Skip James - Would You Like To Be My Baby (1:48)
18. No Special Rider (5:20)

The label here (Rockbeat) has made sure that absolutely not a shred of information has leaked out about this album, leading the Reverend on a wild goose chase across the internet to provide you good readers with some morsel that might be of interest. While the provenance of these recordings is suspect, so too is the date...according to Stephen Calt’s I’d Rather Be The Devil, Skip James spent much of 1965 either in the hospital or ill and unable to perform. More likely is that these live recordings of James and Bukka White are sourced from the August 1966 performances that were released, in part, by Verve Folkways as the 1967 Living Legends LP (which also included songs by Son House and Big Joe Williams), which dates them as somewhere in between the making of James’ first and second Vanguard Records albums. Anybody that has better info, let me know. But since both artists are legends of the blues, at a minimum this might be interesting to hear... By Reverend Keith A. Gordon

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Rabisox   User offline   15 March 2016 16:37

(all links are dead; my respects to the Reverend)

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