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Levee Camp Holler - Various - Red River Blues (1934-1943) (CD)

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  2. Flowers' "Levee Camp Holler" features more excellent slide guitar work and chilling dual vocals by the instrumentalist and the aforementioned Sapps. The latter's "Alabama Blues (Part 1)" and the driving "Boot that Thing" not only showcases two harmonicas (with Roger Matthews chipping in on second harp) but Flowers' guitar as well.
  3. Something else that came along in besides the Patriot Act was the Rounder label's Deep River of Song series, in which the original '30s and '40s field recordings carried out by Alan Lomax and John A. Lomax are once again collected, complete with lavish packaging and detailed liner notes. Some of the material that previously appeared on Red River Blues and a similar set entitled 8/
  4. CD bonus tracks: The New Frisco Train - The Panama Limited Red River Blues - Library of Congress East Coast Blues Recordings Blind Joe - When I Lie Down - The Weeping Worry Blues Willy Flowers - Levee Camp Holler Booker T. Sapps - Boot That Thing. notes by Ray Templeton Travelin' Man TMCD
  5. Jan 30,  · Levee construction began in the 19th century in the U.S. on the Mississippi River and rivers like the Red and the Brazos. Work has pretty much continued on them since. In the s and especially the 30s, government contractors brought laborers into .
  6. - Levee Camp Holler - Eighteen Hammers Forest City Joe - Train Time Fred McDowell - Red Cross Store Blues // [Arhoolie CD ] @ Spotify - Gravel Road Blues // [Arhoolie CD ] - River Blues - Lowell Fulson - Levee Camp Blues - Fred McDowell - The Influenza Blues - Essie Jenkins.
  7. Tracklist: Disc 1: 1. Introduction - Dick Waterman 2. Preaching Blues - Son House 3. Death Letter Blues - Son House 4. Empire State Express - Son House 5. Devil Got My Woman - Skip James 6. Aberdeen Mississippi Blues - Bukka White 7. Levee Camp Blues - Robert Pete Williams 8. Louise - Mississippi Fred McDowell 9.
  8. Levee Camp Blues, an album by Mississippi Fred McDowell on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services.

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