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World Minerals

sat 31 mar 2007 09:02 

In this episode, a portrait of music which was put on records by Americans and listened to in a time before the hegemony of the music industry. When the small record companies shot up like mushrooms and disappeared as quickly as they started.

None of these songs were a hit, it are forgotten gems from the twenties when genres were not as clearly defined as now. Blues artists also made Hawaiian and Hillbilly music and vice versa. The fans of these music will be happy from Saturday 7 April with a series of five episodes with Hillbilly, Blues and Folk from the 20s to the early 50s.
1. MEMPHIS MINNIE & JOE McCOY:
I’m Going Back Home   
2. WILMER WATTS & THE LONELY EAGLES:
Fightin’ In the War With Spain   
3. JOHN BYRD:
Old Timbrook Blues
4. ERNEST PHIPPS AND HIS HOLINESS SINGERS:
 A Little Talk With Jesus 
5. TOMMY JOHNSON:
Slidin’ Delta 
6. THE THREE STRIPED GEARS:
Alabama Blues 
7. JACK GOWDLOCK:
Rollin Dough Blues 
8. KENTUCKY RAMBLERS:
Ginseng Blues 
9. OLLIS MARTIN:
Police and High Sheriff Come Ridin’ Down 
10. ROY HARVEY & JESS JOHNSTON AND THE WEST
 VIRGINIA RAMBLERS:
John Hardy Blues 
11. LONG "CLEEVE" REED & LITTLE HARVEY HULL
– The Down Home Boys:
Original Stack O’ Lee Blues 
12. AMEDIE ARDOIN & DENNIS McGEE:
Two Step De La Prairie Soileau 
13. ANDREW & JIM BAXTER:
Operator Blues 
14. J.D. HARRIS:
The Grey Eagle 
15. MEMPHIS JUG BAND:
Jim Strainer Blues 
16. GRAYSON COUNTY RAILSPLITTERS:
Ain’t That Trouble In Mind (unissued) 
17. DOCK BOGGS:
Old Rub Alcohol Blues 
18. JAYBIRD COLEMAN:
Mistreatin’ Mama

CD: The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of
Yazoo
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