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Scrapper Blackwell - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 1 (1928-1932) download mp3 album
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Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 1 (1928-1932)
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1992
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1. Be-Da-Da-Bum Lyrics. Scrapper Blackwell Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

Scrapper Blackwell 1959-1960. The Virtuoso Guitar of Scrapper Blackwell. Volume 1: "How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone", CD C. 2008. Volume 1: "How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone", CD D. Volume 1: "How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone", CD A.

August 1, 1928 - April 11, 1929. Grayson & Whitter. The second volume of Grayson & Whitter's complete works contains 14 more classic recordings by the duo, as well as seven tracks by another guitar and fiddle duo, Robinette & Moore. If the accomplishments of the latter pair are overshadowed by the towering figures of Grayson & Whitter, fiddler Melvin Robinette and guitarist Byrd Moore nonetheless perform some excellent sides of their own and conclude the collection very nicely.

Juke Boy Bonner (1932–78). Juke Boy Bonner, 1960–1967. Life Gave Me a Dirty Deal Burnside on Burnside. Butterbeans and Susie. Paul Butterfield (1942–87).

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1 "Scrapper" Blackwell* Kokomo Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
3:01
2 "Scrapper" Blackwell* Penal Farm Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
3:20
3 "Scrapper" Blackwell* Mr. Scrapper's Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:47
4 "Scrapper" Blackwell* Down And Out Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:41
5 "Scrapper" Blackwell* Trouble Blues -- Part 1
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
3:00
6 "Scrapper" Blackwell* Trouble Blues -- Part 2
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:59
7 Scrapper Blackwell And The Two Roys With Chippie Hill* Non-Skid Tread
Kazoo – Unknown ArtistPiano – Leroy CarrVocals [vocal duet] – Bertha "Chippie" HillVocals [vocal duet], Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
3:08
8 Scrapper Blackwell Be-Da-Da-Bum
Piano – Leroy CarrVocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
3:29
9 Scrapper Blackwell Springtime Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
3:12
10 Teddy Moss Rocky Luck Blues
Clarinet [possibly] – Arnett NelsonGuitar – Scrapper BlackwellPiano [possibly] – Georgia TomPiano [probably] – Jimmy BlytheVocals – Teddy Moss
2:53
11 Robinson's Knights Of Rest Mean Baby Blues
Clarinet [Possibly/Erroneous] – Arnett NelsonClarinet [Uncredited] – Bob Robinson Guitar – Scrapper BlackwellPiano [Possibly/Erroneous] – Georgia TomPiano [probably] – Jimmy Blythe
2:48
12 Scrapper Blackwell Rambling Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:32
13 Scrapper Blackwell Blue Day Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:46
14 Scrapper Blackwell Down South Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:56
15 Scrapper Blackwell Sneaking Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:48
16 Scrapper Blackwell Hard Time Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:49
17 Scrapper Blackwell Back Door Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Scrapper Blackwell
2:48
18 Black Bottom McPhail Down In Black Bottom
Guitar – Scrapper BlackwellVocals – Black Bottom McPhail
3:00
19 Black Bottom McPhail My Dream Blues
Guitar – Scrapper BlackwellVocals – Black Bottom McPhail
3:00
20 Black Bottom McPhail Whiskey Man Blues
Guitar – Scrapper BlackwellVocals – Black Bottom McPhail
3:13
21 Black Bottom McPhail Mix That Thing
Guitar – Scrapper BlackwellVocals – Black Bottom McPhail
2:56

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – RST Records
  • Remastered At – Soundborn Studios

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Liner Notes – Howard Rye
  • Remastered By – Gerhard Wessely

Notes

There is no barcode.

Recording date, location, matrix, catalog number:
1. June 16, 1928, Indianapolis, Indiana, IND-624-, Vocalion 1192
2. June 16, 1928, Indianapolis, Indiana, IND-625-, Vocalion 1192
3. August 15, 1928, Chicago, C-2227-, Vocalion 1417
4. August 15, 1928, Chicago, C-2228-, Vocalion 1417
5. August 15, 1928, Chicago, C-2229-, Vocalion 1213
6. August 15, 1928, Chicago, C-2230-, Vocalion 1213
7. February 15, 1929, Chicago, C-2973-, Vocalion 1276
8. March 19, 1929, Chicago, TC-3153-A, Vocalion 1276
9. February 4, 1930, Richmond, Indiana, 16209-A, Champion 15973
10. February 4, 1930, Richmond, Indiana, 16210-A, Champion 15973
11. February 4, 1930, Richmond, Indiana, 16217-A, Champion 16607
12. November 24, 1931, Richmond, Indiana, 18216-, Champion 16370
13. November 24, 1931, Richmond, Indiana, 18217-A, Champion 16452
14. November 24, 1931, Richmond, Indiana, 18218-, Champion 16452
15. November 24, 1931, Richmond, Indiana, 18219-, Champion 16370
16. November 24, 1931, Richmond, Indiana, 18220-, Champion 16361
17. November 24, 1931, Richmond, Indiana, 18221-, Champion 16361
18. March 17, 1932, New York, 11512-A, Vocalion 1721
19. March 17, 1932, New York, 11513-A, Vocalion 1690
20. March 17, 1932, New York, 11514-A, Vocalion 1721
21. March 17, 1932, New York, 11515-, Vocalion 1690

Personnel for track 11 in "Blues and gospel records 1890-1943" (Oxford University Press, 1997), p. 765: "Bob Robinson, cl; Jimmy Blythe, p; Scrapper Blackwell, g." "This Bob Robinson appears to be a different artist from Rob/Bob Robinson on Paramount, Bluebird, and ARC." (idem)

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