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7-01-2016, 20:52
Music | Blues

Title: Bluestown Story Vol. 1
Year Of Release: 1998/2015
Label: Wolf Records
Genre: Acoustic Blues
Quality: 320 kbps
Total Time: 57:32
Total Size: 137 MB

01. Alabama Watson - I Gotta Boogie (3:36)
02. Alabama Watson - Short Haired Woman (2:05)
03. Alabama Watson - Bring Me My Shotgun (Take 1) (2:13)
04. Alabama Watson - Bring Me My Shotgun (Take 2) (2:12)
05. Alabama Watson - Boogie Like You Wanna (1:58)
06. Alabama Watson - Mean Old Train (2:30)
07. Alabama Watson - I'm Ready (2:32)
08. Alabama Watson - Cost Time (2:20)
09. Alabama Watson - I Wanna Boogie (2:24)
10. Alabama Watson - My Baby Left Me (2:03)
11. Alabama Watson - Mean Old Train (Master) (2:33)
12. Guitar Nubbit - Meletonia (4:11)
13. Guitar Nubbit - I Feel So Relaxed (2:35)
14. Guitar Nubbit - Georgia Chain Gang (4:03)
15. Guitar Nubbit - I've Got The Blues (2:29)
16. Guitar Nubbit - New Orleans (2:52)
17. Guitar Nubbit - Evil Woman Blues (3:03)
18. Guitar Nubbit - Crying Blues (3:02)
19. Guitar Nubbit - Hard Road (3:42)
20. Guitar Nubbit - Big Leg Woman (2:35)
21. Guitar Nubbit - Laura (2:23)

Hibert 'Alabama' Watson:
Nothing is known about Alabama Watson except for the fact that he traveled to Boston in 1964 to record ten sides for the Bluestown label. The label was distributed by Vee Jay. Out of the ten sides, only two 45's were released by Watson, who sounds like he was heavily influenced by Lightnin' Hopkins. The remainder of Watson's recordings were released on a Wolf Records CD compliation in Austria.

Guitar Nubbit:
b. Alvin Hankerson, 1923, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA. Nicknamed ‘Nubbit’ following the loss of the tip of his right thumb at the age of three in a hurricane, Hankerson grew up in Georgia, relocating to Boston, Massachusetts, in 1945. Taking up guitar in 1948, he was unable to teach himself and abandoned the instrument after a year, only resuming in 1954 when he took some lessons. In the early 60s, he recorded for the local Bluestown label and, being a young, original blues singer, caused some excitement among the attentive white audiences. His isolation from the mainstream of blues led to some remarkable lyrics (‘I whistled to my shotgun, and it crawled down off the wall’), but heard at length, his music lacks variety. After a brief exposure on the local folk scene, Nubbit returned to obscurity. However, in 1990 he released a 12-inch single, ‘Reliving The Legend’.

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