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What is Blues then? It's a worried mind. It boils down to worry. Sometimes you worry so, it cause you to jump off the 'Frisco bridge up here, worry you so it cause you to stick a gun in you... that's all, it's worry. Some folks say, 'well, he went out of his head'. Well, if it's worry cause you to go out of your head, that's what it is. But that's the Blues - Reverend Rubin Lacy

Author Topic: SOTM December 2018 Hey Lordy Mama / Meet Me In The Bottom  (Read 2090 times)

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Offline Rivers

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Re: SOTM December 2018 Hey Lordy Mama / Meet Me In The Bottom
« Reply #45 on: January 09, 2019, 09:44:36 AM »
I'm with Johnm on this.

Also, the whole picture changes when you consider the Howlin' Wolf/Dixon arrangement. Clearly they morphed the whole tale into a classic "back door man" story!

"When I come out the window, I got no time to lose", and "She's got a mean ol' man, and I'm too young to die". Very funny. You can argue about whether they misunderstood the original story, or knowingly played it for laughs. No way of knowing. Certainly it shatters any imaginary line of "tradition". This is folk music, folks, academia plays only a supporting role where useful; the analogies and connections eventually run out or get ignored.

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Re: SOTM December 2018 Hey Lordy Mama / Meet Me In The Bottom
« Reply #46 on: January 10, 2019, 07:10:06 PM »
Didn't see this one posted:



Offline lindy

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Re: SOTM December 2018 Hey Lordy Mama / Meet Me In The Bottom
« Reply #47 on: January 11, 2019, 03:33:07 PM »
Wonderful version from Paul Geremia.


 


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