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Buster Brown - I'm Going But I'll Be Back 1959-1962 (2015)

21-06-2016, 18:21
Blues | R&B | FLAC / APE

Title: I'm Going But I'll Be Back 1959-1962
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Justin Time Records
Genre: Blues, R&B
Quality: FLAC | MP3
Total Time: 72:34
Total Size: 388 MB | 174 MB

01. Fannie Mae (2:54)
02. Lost In A Dream (2:16)
03. John Henry (2:33)
04. Madison Shuffle (2:29)
05. Don't Dog Your Woman (2:46)
06. Is You Is Or Is You Ain't My Baby (2:18)
07. Doctor Brown (2:57)
08. Sincerely (3:51)
09. I Got The Blues When It Rains (2:13)
10. Good News (2:12)
11. Sugar Babe (2:25)
12. I'm Going, But I'll Be Back (1:42)
13. Raise A Ruckus Tonight (2:46)
14. Gonna Love My Baby (3:07)
15. St. Louis Blues (3:41)
16. When Things Go Wrong (3:57)
17. Blueberry Hill (3:05)
18. No More (2:17)
19. Slow Drag Blues I (2:51)
20. Slow Drag Blues II (2:52)
21. Trying To Learn How To Love You (2:22)
22. Broadway On Fire (2:16)
23. My Baby Left Me (2:28)
24. Hardworking Man (2:29)
25. Fannie Mae Is Back (2:38)
26. Candied Yams (2:21)
27. Chewing Gum (2:34)

Here are all of the known recordings by blues man, Buster Brown, 22 in total between his commercial debut in 1959 and 1962. As a bonus Jasmine have included the six tracks long thought to have been Buster Brown, but now proved not to be which were released under the name B. Brown & His Rockin' McVouts. Includes Busters 1959 hit "Fannie Mae" which went on to be one of the all-time great party records and has never stopped being popular thanks to countless cover versions. "Sugar Babe" was another much revived number during the beat boom and Fleetwood Mac famously recorded "Doctor Brown".

Brown was born in Cordele, Georgia. In the 1930s and 1940s he played harmonica at local clubs and made a few non-commercial recordings. These included "War Song" and "I'm Gonna Make You Happy" (1943), which were recorded when he played at the folk festival at Fort Valley (GA) State Teachers College, for the Library of Congress' Folk Music Archive.

Brown moved to New York in 1956, where he was discovered by Fire Records owner Bobby Robinson. In 1959, at almost fifty years of age, Brown recorded the rustic blues, "Fannie Mae", which featured Brown's harmonica playing and whoops, which went to # 38 in the U.S. Top 40, and to #1 on the R&B chart in April 1960. His remake of Louis Jordan's "Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby" reached # 81 on the pop charts later in 1960, but did not make the R&B chart. "Sugar Babe" was his only other hit, in 1962, reaching # 19 on the R&B chart and # 99 on the pop chart.

In later years he recorded for Checker Records and for numerous small record labels. He also co-wrote the song "Doctor Brown" with J. T. Brown, which was later covered by Fleetwood Mac on their 1968 album, Mr. Wonderful. ~Wikipedia

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