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Some call it a ΓÇÿMississippi SaxophoneΓÇÖ or a ΓÇÿtin sandwich,ΓÇÖ others simply refer to it as a ΓÇÿharp.ΓÇÖ Whatever the name, the harmonica is an essential Blues instrument. For various reason the harmonica was a most natural instrument of choice for Southern African-Americans in the development stages of the Blues. It was small, inexpensive, robust, portable, and user-friendly for a novice to approach. Furthermore it had the ability to imitate everything from the human voice to trains, animals, and whistling, as well as others instruments such as the accordion, a clarinet or cornet, and saxophone. This double album features a number of artists who took a simple folk instrument and reinvented it as the wailing instrument, playing the Blues-harp sounds we know. These Legendary players were (are) significant in the development of the Modern Blues harmonica style. (liner notes) - - - VA - Mississippi Saxophone - 1937-2011 (2CD Music Avenue 2012) 1. Sonny Boy Williamson I / Good Morning Little Schoolgirl 2. Sonny Boy Williamson I / Shake the Boogie 3. Sonny Terry / Whoopin' the Blues 4. Sonny Terry / Telephone Blues 5. Big Walter Horton / Easy 6. Big Walter Horton / Walking by Myself 7. Little Walter / Juke 8. Little Walter / My Babe 9. Elmore James/Junior Wells / Hoodoo Man 10. Elmore James/Junior Wells / Junior's Wail 11. Howlin' Wolf / Sitting on Top of the World 12. Howlin' Wolf / I've Been Abused 13. Jimmy Reed / Honest I Do 14. Jimmy Reed / Caress Me Baby 15. Sonny Boy Williamson II / Fattening Frogs for Snakes 16. Sonny Boy Williamson II / Nine Below Zero 17. Slim Harpo / One More Day 18. Slim Harpo / Buzz Me Baby 19. Paul Butterfield / Got My Mojo Working 20. Alan ΓÇÿBlind OwlΓÇÖ Wilson/Canned Heat / I'd Rather Be the Devil 21. Alan "Blind Owl" Wilson/Canned Heat / I Wish You Would 22. James Cotton / Creeper Creeps Again 23. James Cotton / Rocket 88 24. Muddy Waters/Jerry Portnoy / Garbage Man 25. Muddy Waters/Jerry Portnoy / Jerry Portnoy's Boogie 26. Groundhogs/Billy Boy Arnold / Dirty Mother F. 27. Groundhogs/Billy Boy Arnold / Riding the El 28. John Mayall / Why Worry 29. John Mayall / Roadshow 30. King Biscuit Boy / Step Back Baby 31. King Biscuit Boy / Done Everything I Can 32. John Mayall,Bluesbreakers/Charlie Musselwhite / I Got a Rich Man's Woman 33. Big Gilson/Bruce Ewan / Blue and Lonesome 34. Big Gilson/Bruce Ewan / Judgement Day 35. Kim Wilson/Big Jack Johnson / Humming Blues 36. Kim Wilson/Marie Knight / Death Don't Have No Mercy 37. Keillie Rucker / Love and War 38. Keillie Rucker / Mississippi Rain 39. Giles Robson / Twenty Gallons of Muddy Water 40. Giles Robson / Keep on Diggin'
|VA - Mississippi Saxophone 1937-2011 - 2CD 2012/01. Good Morning Little Schoolgirl.flac||8.623 MB|
|VA - Mississippi Saxophone 1937-2011 - 2CD 2012/02. Shake the Boogie.flac||8.573 MB|
|VA - Mississippi Saxophone 1937-2011 - 2CD 2012/03. Whoopin' the Blues.flac||12.13 MB|