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Offline GerryC

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #15 on: April 25, 2006, 04:02:59 PM »
OK, stand aside and lemme get to the stage. Spotlight over here, please!! Good evening and here we go!

1. That Lovin' I Crave - Blind Blake
2. Kindhearted Woman Blues - RJ
3. All My Friends Are Gone - RGD/McTell arr Grossman
4. Hey Hey - BBB
5. Slow Drag aka Cincinatti Flow Rag - various
6. Walking Blues - Son House
7. Arrangement for Me -  Bo Carter
8. Tear It Down (Bed Slats and All) - Memphis Jug Band

and for an encore and to please the wimmin  :P

9. When Did You Leave Heaven - Big Bill

Hey! Tell that Campbell guy not to bother!!

Cheerily,

Gerry C
I done seen better days, but I'm puttin' up with these...

Offline MotMot

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #16 on: April 25, 2006, 07:33:16 PM »
If solo
1. If I Lose, Let Me Lose (a chestnut to try to get some mojo going)
2. Hesitation Blues (and another one, to try again)
3. No More Cane on the Brazos (stretching a bit)
4. Old Jim Canaan's (and a bit more)
(drop sixth string to D, change the mood, and back to familiar ground)
5. Delia
6. Comin' in on a Wing and a Prayer
(back to standard)
7. Hey Hey Daddy Blues
8. Denomination Blues
(to Spanish tuning, while judging whether an encore might be right, and if so)
9. Trouble Soon Be Over (Blind Willie Johnson via Geoff Muldauer)
... but it's a slow consumption, killing me by degrees

Offline banjochris

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #17 on: April 25, 2006, 11:32:15 PM »
Hmmmm.... tonight the list would be, in no special order, and if I didn't have my banjo with me:

Cincinnatti Flow Rag - RGD
Spike Driver's Blues - MJH
Railroad Blues - Sam McGee
Falling Down Blues - Robert Wilkins
Your Biscuits Are Big Enough For Me (or maybe Beans) - Bo Carter
You Can Never Tell - Blind Boy Fuller
Night Time is the Right Time - Mance Lipscomb
The Train that Carried the Girl From Town - Frank Hutchison

Chris

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #18 on: April 26, 2006, 04:20:19 AM »
My choices would be largely driven by a limited repertoire...  But...

1. Hey Hey- Broonzy
2.  Hard Time Blues- Scrapper Blackwell
3. Falling Back down- Me
4. 99 Year Blues- Julius something or other..
5. Travellin Man- Pink Anderson (soon to debut on the Backporch)
6. Sweetheart Blues - Me
7. Woman Woman- Ishmon Bracey
8. Youll like my Lovin

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #19 on: April 26, 2006, 03:01:52 PM »
Under pressure, best stick with what you know!

1. How Long    - L.Carr arr Tampa Red
2. Broke & Hungry - S.J.Estes, own arrangement in Spanish
3. Voice of the Blues - T.Dorsey/Tampa Red
4. Drop Down Mama - S.J.Estes (as for 2)
5. Midnight Hour - L.Carr
6. Pony/Jinx - Son House
7. M&O Blues - W.Davis, own slide arrangement in V'pol
8. Sittin on Top of the World - W.Vincson arr Tampa Red

No encore - leave 'em wanting more/get out while you can!

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #20 on: April 27, 2006, 03:30:05 AM »
blueshome,

Can you send me your arangement of Drop Down Mama?

dougheard AT stone-soup D0T C0m

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #21 on: July 29, 2006, 05:07:56 AM »
Some of the tunes are for mandolin, so hopefully I could shanghai a guitarist to help me on those!

Broke and Hungry  Sleepy John Estes 
Divin' Duck Blues   Yank Rachell 
Levee Camp Moan  Son House
It Hurts Me Too     Tampa Red
Hellhound On My Trail  Robert Johnson
Come Back Baby (in DADGAD tuning, my own arrangement based on a recording Eric Bibb and I did more than 20 years ago, which he said he based on a version he heard from Dave Van Ronk)
32:20 Blues Robert Johnson
Big Road Blues  Sam Chatmon's version, which I LOVE and can't get enough of!!!



Offline framus12

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #22 on: July 29, 2006, 06:47:52 PM »
Okay,
Love me,baby love me (Moss)
Traveling riverside blues (Johnson)
Little queen of spades (Johnson)
Long Haired Doney (Burnside)
Lawton, Oaklahoma (Ray&Glover)
Doctor Jazz (Morton)
Lovin Spoonful (Davis)
Rake and a rambeling boy (Derroll Adams)

Thanks... and good night

Offline tenderfoot84

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Re: On Stage with Blind Weenie Campbell
« Reply #23 on: August 07, 2006, 11:54:33 AM »
hi all,
my favourite eight to play would be...

1. framer's blues... eli framer
2. t & t blues... mooch richardson
3. double crossing blues... texas alexander & little hat jones
4. t'ain't nobody's business if i do (part 2 mostly)... frank stokes
5. midnight blues... willie moore
6. hard time killin' floor blues... chris thomas king (blasphemy!)
7. goin to leave you blues... big boy cleveland
8. country blues... muddy waters

encore...

9. screamin' and hollerin' the blues... charley patton.

when i get screamed on for a second encore i'll just play it by ear i think  :)
Cheerybye,
David C

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