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VA - Blues At Home 14: Interviews (2013)

1-03-2015, 20:03
Music | Blues

VA - Blues At Home 14: Interviews (2013)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Blues At Home 14: Interviews
Year Of Release: 2013
Genre: Blues
Label: Mbirafon
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 78:45
Total Size: 184 Mb
Covers: Front

01. Mrs. Van Hunt Discusses Early In The Morning (4:04)
02. Mrs. Van Hunt Discusses Mississippi River Blues (4:29)
03. Sam Chatmon Discusses Prowling Ground Hog (1:20)
04. Sam Chatmon Discusses Go Back Old Devil (0:45)
05. Sam Chatmon Discusses Black Night (2:05)
06. Eugene Powell Discusses His Relunctance To Fly (1:35)
07. Eugene Powell Discusses Pony Blues (7:14)
08. Eugene Powell Discusses Forty-Four Blues (1:04)
09. Eugene Powell Discusses Texas Blues (6:21)
10. Eugene Powell Discusses Meet Me In The Bottom (1:42)
11. Eugene Powell Discusses Poor Boy Blues (3:40)
12. Eugene Powell Discusses M & O Blues (4:34)
13. Eugene Powell Discusses I've Been A Dog In My Family (3:14)
14. Eugene Powell Discusses Blues Jumped A Rabbit (4:48)
15. Eugene Powell 1982 Interview, Pt. 1 (3:44)
16. Eugene Powell 1982 Interview, Pt. 2 (7:57)
17. Eugene Powell 1982 Interview, Pt. 3 (9:18)
18. Laura Dukes Discusses Stack O'lee Blues (1:00)
19. Laura Dukes Discusses Jug Bands (1:13)
20. Laura Dukes Mentions Her Daddy, W.C. Handy, Crump & Jim Kinnane (1:08)
21. Laura Dukes Discusses Carnivals (1:00)
22. Laura Dukes Discusses Beale Street (1:39)
23. James Son Thomas Discusses Mama Don't Allow (0:35)
24. James Son Thomas Discusses Bottle It Up And Go (2:50)
25. James Son Thomas Discusses Shake 'em Down (1:12)

The fourteenth volume of the “Blues At Home” Collection featuring the 1st part of the interviews that I made in June-July 1982 with the artists who appear in the series. The approach adopted by the interviewer has been to enhance my knowledge of the artists' biographies but, above all, to clarify and correct the transcription of their lyrics. The questions I addressed to the artists dealt mainly with the meaning, contents, and correct spelling of their blues verses. These interviews may have scarce appeal to some listeners, especially to those already familiar with the subject, more interested in historical information, or mainly passionate about the music. It should be noted here that I was only partially interested in the historical and biographical data collection and analysis, and focused instead on a comparative examination of blues repertoires, verses, and melodies. This CD set includes conversations with Mrs. Van Hunt, Eugene Powell, James “Son” Thomas, Laura Dukes. All tracks have been fully digitally remastered from the original tapes in 2013. —Giambattista Marcucci

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