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VA - Blues Review Of The 20th Century (Live) (2001)

13-04-2015, 14:06
Music | Blues

VA - Blues Review Of The 20th Century  (Live) (2001)

Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: Blues Review Of The 20th Century
Year Of Release: 2001
Genre: Chicago Blues
Label: TopCat Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 67:22
Total Size: 160 MB
Covers: Front

01. Muddy Waters - Introduction For Muddy Watters (Monroe Show) (0:38)
02. Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton & Big Joe Turner - Interview With Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton & Big Joe Turner (4:46)
03. Muddy Waters - Hoochie Coochie Man (Monroe Show) (3:41)
04. Muddy Waters - Blow Wind Blow (Monroe Show) (2:31)
05. Big Mama Thornton - Introduction For Big Mama Thornton (Oregon Show) (0:39)
06. Big Mama Thornton - Ball & Chain (Oregon Show) (6:56)
07. Big Mama Thornton - Hound Dawg (Oregon Show) (3:16)
08. Big Joe Turner - Introduction For Big Joe Turner (Washington Show) (0:46)
09. Big Joe Turner - Hide & Seek (Washington Show) (4:16)
10. Big Joe Turner - Shake, Rattle & Roll (Washington Show) (4:33)
11. George 'Harmonica' Smith - Introduction For George 'Harmonica' Smith (Washington Show) (1:21)
12. George 'Harmonica' Smith - Mississippi River Blues (Washington Show) (3:48)
13. George 'Harmonica' Smith - Juke (Washington Show) (3:24)
14. J. B. Hutto - Too Much Alcohol (Washington Show) (5:30)
15. Bee Houston - Introduction For Bee Houston (Washington Show) (0:36)
16. Bee Houston - High Heel Sneakers (Washington Show) (4:49)
17. Muddy Waters - I Am The Blues (Washington Show) (6:46)
18. Big Mama Thornton - Oh Happy Day (Washington Show) (8:59)

TopCat Records of Dallas, Texas has announced the release of the CD, The Blues Revue Of The 20th Century - Volume 1, culled from the Lost Tapes of a 1971 concert tour featuring blues greats Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton, Big Joe Turner, George "Harmonica" Smith, J.B. Hutto, and Bee Houston. The tour was managed by the late Link Wyler, Big Mama Thornton's manager at the time. Thanks to Wyler's Hollywood connections, the MCA Mobile Studio was hired on to record the audio using, at the time, state-of-the-art equipment and techniques,. The tour played Universities and prisons in Washington and Oregon with several hours of footage alone from the State Prison in Monroe, WA. Richard Chalk, president of TopCat Records, calls it "...the greatest concert film and audio collection of it's kind in existence; a goldmine of classic blues from the original Masters of the artform ." TopCat Records plans to release a series of videos and CDs to be culled from the footage, including last years' release of the Handy Award winning Muddy Waters - Lost Tapes CD on the Blind Pig label. Surely blues fans the world over will be overjoyed with this great discovery. Just to imagine Muddy Waters, Big Mama Thornton and George Smith in their prime for actual hours of never heard or seen before 'live' performances is mind-boggling and mouth- watering.

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