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Offline uncle bud

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The Blues Revival Volume 1 (1963-1969) - Document Records
« on: October 22, 2013, 10:05:56 PM »
Anyone heard this yet or know anything more? Looks like for one thing there's a John Hurt song that hasn't appeared elsewhere in his discography, as far as I can recall:  I hate to see that evening sun go down. Which I assume is St. Louis Blues, played with a slide in Vestapol, from the clip where he says he learned it off a WC Handy record.

The Blues Revival Volume 1 (1963-1969)



http://www.document-records.com/fulldetails.asp?ProdID=DOCD-5697

TRACK LIST

Sleepy John Estes
01 - Mailman blues
02 - I'm a tearing little daddy

Brownie McGhee
03 - Everything gonna be alright

Mississippi John Hurt
04 - Avalon blues
05 - I hate to see that evening sun go down

Sonny Boy Williamson II (Rice Miller)
06 - Bye bye bird
07 - Work with me

John Jackson
08 - Buck dancer's choice
09 - John Henry

Sippie Wallace
10 - Suitcase blues

Big Walter Horton (Shakey Horton)
11 - Mysterious blues
12 - Baby I need your love

Mississippi John Hurt
13 - Casey Jones
14 - Spanish Flang Dang
15 - Welcome Address

Sippie Wallace
16 - You don't know my mind

Brownie McGhee
17 - Stop using me

Big Walter Horton (Shakey Horton)
18 - Medley; a) When I lost my baby b) St. Louis blues c) Careless love d) John Henry
19 - Shakey's boogie

John Jackson
20 - Tell me pretty mama
21 - Poor boy

Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee
22 - Harmonica piece

Offline banjochris

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Re: The Blues Revival Volume 1 (1963-1969) - Document Records
« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2013, 10:09:49 AM »
I have some of these on an old Document LP called Country Blues Live! Stefan Wirz has it on his site:
http://www.wirz.de/music/hurtfrm.htm

The Hurt stuff is good, the John Jackson stuff suffers from some tuning issues (he keeps fighting with one string as I remember). Don't remember about the Estes. Rest of the stuff wasn't on that LP.

Chris

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Re: The Blues Revival Volume 1 (1963-1969) - Document Records
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2013, 08:29:26 PM »
Thanks Chris. The Sleepy John clips sound like they're from a big room, reverby theatre or something.

We should really start a thread on unavailable vinyl to torture ourselves.

 


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