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He [Ted Bogan] was playing with picks that you put on your fingers and I didn't like that as an accompaniment, so I made him throw them away and I told him I would play the lead and he would play the accompaniment - Carl Martin on hooking up with Ted Bogan (Blues & Rhythm #218 Stompin' In Knox County)

Author Topic: Buddy Moss (Some Lonesome Day)  (Read 1712 times)

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Offline Michael Kuehn

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Buddy Moss (Some Lonesome Day)
« on: February 14, 2008, 01:14:18 PM »
I've been working on Buddy Moss' "Some Lonesome Day" from the Document Volume 2 1933-1934 disc and I'm curious if there is any info on the two versions that appear on that disc, 14065-1 and 14065-2. I bought this disc via download from Amazon so don't have any of the nifty liner notes. I don't know what sort of information there would be, perhaps nothing, but as I've gotten into listening and picking apart the two versions, I wondered if there is some story behind them. For example, listening closely with headphones, I could swear I hear another guitar playing bass runs in one of the versions -- or I was just hearing things, which is possible, as I'd never noticed that before. Then again, I've never listened to them this closely before.

So if anyone has background info on these recordings, either from the liner notes or otherwise, please share.

Thanks.

Mike

Offline banjochris

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Re: Buddy Moss (Some Lonesome Day)
« Reply #1 on: February 14, 2008, 02:54:46 PM »
Almost certainly Curley Weaver on second guitar. I think Fred McMullen was also in the studio for these sessions and played second guitar on some of them, but it sounds like Curley to me.
Chris

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