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Georgia Tom And Tampa Red / Henry Thomas - Pat That Bread / Arkansas download mp3 album

Georgia Tom And Tampa Red / Henry Thomas - Pat That Bread / Arkansas download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Pat That Bread / Arkansas
Style:
Texas Blues
Released:
1929
FLAC vers. size:
1229 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1148 mb
WMA vers. size:
1899 mb
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Rating:
4.2 ★
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285

Tampa Red also created jug bands such as Tampa Red's Hokum Jug Band (featuring a young Frankie Jaxon), and The Tub Jug Washboard Band, which backed blues singer Ma Rainey. He also recorded alone, and cut a number of exquisite guitar solos. Already by the time of his 1928 recording debut for Vocalion, he had developed the clear, precise bottleneck blues guitar style that earned him his billing "The Guitar Wizard". His bottleneck and single-string solo style inspired a number of other blues guitarists, among them Big Bill Broonzy and Robert Nighthawk.

Thomas's song "Fishing Blues" was recorded by the folk-rock group the Lovin' Spoonful in 1965, for their hit debut album Do You Believe in Magic. The song was recorded three years later, in 1968, by the blues musician Taj Mahal for one of his first albums, De Old Folks at Home, and has since been released on Mahal's compilation. 1928 – "Arkansas", July 1, 1927, in Chicago, b/w Georgia Tom and Tampa Red, "Lonesome Man Blues", Vocalion 1286. 1929 – "Railroadin' Some", "Don't Leave Me Here", October 7, 1929, in Chicago, Vocalion 1443. 1929 – "Charmin' Betsy", "Lovin' Babe", October 7, 1929, in Chicago, Vocalion 1468.

As Georgia Tom, he teamed up with Tampa Red (Hudson Whittaker), with whom he recorded the raunchy 1928 ragtime hit record "It's Tight Like That", a sensation, eventually selling seven million copies. Dorsey began recording gospel music along with blues in the mid-1920s. These recordings led to his performance at the National Baptist Convention in 1930, and he became the bandleader of two churches in the early 1930s. In his grief after the death of his wife Nettie in 1932, Dorsey wrote his most famous song,.

Pat That Bread, Arkansas. Georgia Tom & Tampa Red, Henry Thomas. Charmin' Betsy, Lovin' Babe. 1. - Honey, Won’t You Allow Me One More Chance? /

Pat That Bread (with Georgia Tom). It's Heated by Frankie "Half-Pint" Jaxon. Jive Man Blues by Frankie "Half-Pint" Jaxon. Kunjine Baby (with Georgia Tom and Frankie Jaxon) (The Black Hill Billies). Songs on Compilations. Crow Jane Alley on Georgia Tom Vol. 1 (1928-1930) (1992) (with Thomas A. Dorsey) (as Foster & Harris (Ma Rainey’s Boys)). Additional information.

Dylan may have heard Thomas' song on the 1962 album Henry Thomas Sings the Texas Blues Thomas' song "Fishing Blues" was recorded by US folk-rock group The Lovin' Spoonful in 1965, appearing on their hit debut album Do You Believe in Magic. 1928 – "Arkansas", July 1, 1927 in Chicago, IL, b/w Georgia Tom and Tampa Red – "Lonesome Man Blues", Vocalion 1286. 1929 – "Railroadin' Some", "Don't Leave Me Here", October 7, 1929 in Chicago, IL, Vocalion 1443. 1929 – "Charmin' Betsy", "Lovin' Babe", October 7, 1929 in Chicago, IL, Vocalion 1468.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A Georgia Tom And Tampa Red Pat That Bread
Vocals, Guitar [Uncredited] – Tampa RedVocals, Piano [Uncredited] – Henry Thomas "Ragtime Texas"*Written-By – Dorsey*
B Henry Thomas Arkansas
Vocals, Guitar – Henry Thomas "Ragtime Texas"*

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company

Notes

Side A recorded 25 May 1929 in Chicago, IL.
Side B recorded 30 June 1927 in Chicago, IL.

Side A = Mx. C3540-.
Side B = Mx. C1029;E6193W.

This coupling also released on Supertone S2216 ("Pat That Bread" side as by Honey Boy Smith And Southern Jack).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): △1286
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): △1286- 93