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Boogie Bill Webb - The Blues Of Boogie Bill Webb 
Label: Storyville 
Release : 15 November 2004 
Format : DVD
Boogie Bill Webb fused the down-home country blues of his native Mississippi with the hothouse R&B of his adopted New Orleans to create an idiosyncratic sound unique in the annals of Southern music. Born March 24, 1924, in Jackson, MS, Webb received his first guitar a cigar box with strings made of screen wire at the age of eight; his style was most profoundly influenced by local bluesman Tommy Johnson, an entertainment fixture at the myriad fish-fry dinners organized by Webb's mother. He acquired a real guitar as a teenager, and in the years to follow split his time between Jackson and New Orleans, their respective musical cultures shaping the mutant blues of Webb's later work. Circa 1947, he won a Jackson talent show and was awarded a role in the musical short film The Jackson Jive for his efforts; he nevertheless settled in New Orleans in 1952, and via longtime friend Fats Domino he was introduced to R&B great Dave Bartholomew, who helped Webb land a deal with Imperial Records. The following year, he issued his recorded debut, "Bad Dog," an archetypal slab of country boogie that found few takers in the face of growing listener demand for more urbanized R&B. A frustrated Webb left New Orleans for Chicago, where he spent the next five years toiling in a series of factory jobs. He continued playing guitar at house parties, however, and thanks to the influence of Windy City bluesmen like Muddy Waters, he was an even more original musician by the time he returned to the Crescent City in 1959. While working by day as a longshoreman, Webb gigged only infrequently, but in 1968 he recorded several songs for folklorist David Evans later issued on the Arhoolie LP Roosevelt Holts and His Friends. The album proved a major favorite among European blues enthusiasts, several of whom even traveled to New Orleans to meet Webb in person. After multiple invitations to tour Europe, he finally accepted an offer to play the 1982 Dutch Utreck Festival. In 1989, thanks to funding from the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, he also issued his first full-length LP, the Flying Fish release Drinkin' and Stinkin', but he died on August 22, 1990, at the age of 66.
Tracklist:
1. Blues With A Feeling 
2. Harmonica Blues 
3. One Room Country Shack 
4. Hoochie Coochie Man 
5. I'm Gonna Leave Here In The Morning 
6. I Thought I Had Myself A Good Woman 
7. You Got A Right 
8. You Better Watch
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Complete name : Boogie Bill Webb The Blues of Boogie Bill Webb
Format : DVD Video
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Format : MPEG Video Version 1
Bit rate mode : Variable
Width x Height : 720 x 576 pixels
Display aspect ratio : 4:3
Frame rate : 25.000 fps
Standard : PAL
Compression mode : Lossy
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Format : AC-3
Channel(s) : 2 channels
Sampling rate : 48.0 KHz
Compression mode : Lossy
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