Blues from Georgia (1926-1931).
Georgia Blues & Gospel 1927-1931. Released in 1993 and reissued in 2005, Document's Georgia Blues & Gospel 1927-1931 is a warmly rewarding collection of old-styled African-American music from the East Coast, mostly recorded in the state of Georgia during the years 1927-1931 by three old-style bluesmen and one barrelhouse blues woman.
Album · 1926 · 20 Songs. Stringing the Blues (1926-1931) Eddie Lang. Listen on Apple Music.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Rope Stretchin' Blues (1926-1931), Vol. 4" album ont he Web's largest and most authoritative lyrics resource.
Blind Blake Hey Hey Daddy Blues (1926-1931). play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). Blind Blake Georgia Bound (1929 US Country Blues).
Duke Ellington recorded for Brunswick from 1926 to 1931, the period in which his great talent and great orchestra first flowered, whether the band was recording under his own name or such pseudonyms as the Washingtonians or the Jungle Band.
His album Been There Done That, recorded by Delmark Records in 2012, has been critically acclaimed as pure blues of the finest quality. Luther Allison (August 17, 1939, Widener, Arkansas – August 12, 1997). Moved to Chicago as a teenager and became a major force in the blues scene there, primarily as an electric guitarist and also as a singer. He released many albums for Alligator Records, based in Chicago. Kokomo Arnold (February 15, 1901, Lovejoy's Station, Georgia – November 8, 1968). Slide guitarist and vocalist who began his career in New York City and moved to Chicago in the latter. Fred Below (September 16, 1926 – August 14, 1988). Drummer for the Aces and Little Walter and session player for Muddy Waters and many others. Buster Benton (July 19, 1932, Texarkana, Arkansas – January 20, 1996).
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|A1||–Barbecue Bob||Cold Wave Blues|
|A2||–Barbecue Bob||Beggin' For Love|
|A3||–Barbecue Bob||Jesus' Blood Can Make Me Whole|
|A4||–Charley Lincoln||Ugly Papa|
|A5||–Charley Lincoln||If It Looks Like Jelly|
|A6||–Charley Lincoln||Chain Gang Trouble|
|A7||–Charley Lincoln||Hard Luck Blues|
|A8||–Charley Lincoln||Gamblin' Charley|
|B1||–Blind Willie McTell||Stole Rider Blues|
|B2||–Blind Willie McTell||Mr. McTell Got The Blues|
|B3||–Blind Willie McTell||Law Rider's Blues|
|B4||–Peg Leg Howell||Rock And Gravel Blues|
|B5||–Peg Leg Howell||Walkin' Blues|
|B6||–Peg Leg Howell||Turtle Dove Blues|
|B7||–Peg Leg Howell||Fo' Day Blues|
|B8||–Peg Leg Howell||New Prison Blues|
|ROOTS RL-309||Various||Blues From Georgia (1926 - 1931) (LP, Comp, RE)||Autogram||ROOTS RL-309||Germany||2009|