VA Blues From Maxwell Street 1960 - 65 (blues)(flac)rogercc

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[size=200][b][color=red]Various Artists Blues From Maxwell Street (1960-1965)[/color][/b][/size]
[size=150][b][color=purple]Label : Document
Recorded . July 11, 1960 in Chicago,.
Released : 2012
Format : Flac[/color][/b][/size]


[color=green]Daddy Stovepipe (Johnny Watson); vocal, guitar and harmonica.
Blind James Brewer; vocal and guitar.
King David; vocal and harmonica.
Blind Arvella Gray; vocal and National steel guitar.[/color][/size]

[size=150][color=orangered]Chicago’s Maxwell Street Market was once a hive of mercantile activity from the 1870s until it finally closed and fell silent in 1994. Like Beale Street in Memphis, this was also a home and a birth place for the blues. From Papa Charlie Jackson to Robert Nighthawk, Arvella Gray to John Wrencher, Maxwell Street played host to some of the best and greatest blues musicians and served as a working example where could be found one of the most iconic figures of the blues; the street musician. For many of them, such as Charley Jackson from New Orleans, Arvella Gray from Texas, Maxwell Street was a landing place for the many musicians who migrated from the South to Chicago, bringing with them their music and songs and making them part of the Chicago blues landscape. 
In the summer of 1960 blues researchers and historians; Paul Oliver, John Steiner Bjorn Englund and Donald R. Hill took their notebooks and recording equipment to what was then a typical Sunday at the bustling and vibrant Maxwell Street Market. 

[size=150][b]Daddy Stovepipe (Johnny Watson)[/b][/size]

[size=150][color=blue]Johnny Watson (April 12, 1867 - November 1, 1963) was an African American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player, best known for his recordings under the name Daddy Stovepipe. Watson also recorded as Jimmy Watson, Sunny Jim and Rev. Alfred Pitts. He may have been the earliest-born blues performer to record.
Many of his recordings were jug band duets with his wife, Sarah Watson, who was usually credited as Mississippi Sarah.[/color][/size]

[size=150]01 - South Of The Border (Down Mexico Way)
02 - Tennessee Waltz
03 - Old Time Religion
04 - The Monkey & The Baboon[/size]

[size=150][b]James Brewer[/b][/size]

[size=150]05 - I'm So Glad Good Whiskey's Back[/size]

[size=150][b]King David[/b]

06 - Fannie Mae
07 - Sugar Mama
08 - Good Mornin' Little Schoolgirl
09 - .38 Pistol
10 - 44 Blues[/size]

[size=150][b]Blind Arvella Gray[/b][/size]

[size=150][color=orangered]Blind Arvella Gray (January 28, 1906 – September 7, 1980) was annAmerican blues, folk and gospel singer and guitarist.His birth name was James Dixon, and he was born in Somerville, Texas, United States. He spent the latter part of his life performing and busking folk, blues and gospel music at Chicago's Maxwell Street flea market and at rapid-transit depots. In the '60s, he recorded two singles for his own Gray label including "Freedom Rider" backed with "Freedom Bus."
Gray's only album, 1973's The Singing Drifter was reissued on the Conjuroo record label in 2005.[/color][/size] 

[size=150]11 - Corinne, Corrina 
12 - Have Mercy, Mr. Percy 
13 - Railroad Work Songs & John Henry 
14 - Have Mercy, Mr. Percy No. 2 
15 - Freedom Riders 
16 - Freedom Bus 
17 - You Are My Dear
18 - Deborah Listen 
19 - John Henry 
20 - The Walking Blues[/size]
01 - South Of The Border - Daddy Stovepipe (Johnny Watson).flac 5.855 MB
02 - Tennessee Waltz - Daddy Stovepipe (Johnny Watson).flac 4.334 MB
03 - Old Time Religion - Daddy Stovepipe (Johnny Watson).flac 4.963 MB
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