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Various - "Too Late, Too Late Blues": Newly Discovered Titles And Alternate Takes – Volume 1 (1926-1944) download mp3 album
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"Too Late, Too Late Blues": Newly Discovered Titles And Alternate Takes – Volume 1 (1926-1944)
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Country Blues, Delta Blues, Piano Blues, Gospel
Released:
1993
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Meat Cutter Blues (Alternate Take). Guitar – Charlie McCoy (2). 3:08. unissued) 26: Chicago, December 14, 1944 (D4AB-330, Bluebird 34-0742). The version of track 10 used on Document DOCD-5108 is incomplete; the complete version is included here. Only fragments of tracks 9 and 11 have survived on unissued Paramount test pressings; both are included here. The versions of tracks 2 and 3 reissued on Document DOCD-5019 are masters 20815 and 20816 recorded c. August 1928. 코드 및 기타 식별자. Matrix, Runout: DOCD-5150 33 A3.

Mатериал представлен исключительно для ознакомления, так как некоторые песни, звучат правда как запись 18хх года Треклист: Список альбомов: Newly Discovered Titles And Alternate Takes – Volume 1 (1926-1944) More Newly Discovered Titles & Alternate Takes, Volume 2 (1897-1935) More Newly Discovered Titles And Alternate Takes, Volume 3 (1927-1960) More Newly Discovered Titles & Alternate Takes, Volume 4 (1892-1937) More Newly Discovered. Unknowns - Southern Blues 03. Papa Charlie Jackson - I Got What It Takes But It Breaks My Heart To Give It Away (Take 1) 04.

Newly discovered titles, alternate takes, and previously unreleased material fill in Vol. 6 in this very valuable collectors' blues series.

Too Late Too Late: More Newly Discovered Titles And Alternate Takes Vol. 6 (1924-1946). Too Late, Too Late" Vol. Too Late, Too Late Blues, Vol. 6. 1 listener.

Too Late Too Late Too Late In this almighty cage We shop through the yellow page Gone is the corner store There is a supermarket there. It's Too Late To Change the Time. The Jackson 5. Get It Together. It's too late Too late for tears Too late And no one hears you Do you feel a touch of evil (Then) It's too late. To wish and make it so. Too Late to Turn Back Now. Don Williams.

Cause it's not too late, it's not too late I, I see the hope in your heart And sometimes you lose it, sometimes. Say it's not too late yet To forgive and forget. Funny but it doesn't matter now Who was wrong or right Darling all that matters now Is that. is changing Beyond recognition And it's not too late Don't seal your fate With radiation, with pollution And all that confusion.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Blind Blake Early Morning Blues (3057-2) 2:57
2 Blind Lemon Jefferson Lock Step Blues 3:05
3 Blind Lemon Jefferson Hangman's Blues (20751-2) 3:04
4 George "Bullet" Williams Frisco Leaving Birmingham (Take 3) 2:52
5 Bessie Tucker My Man Has Quit Me (Take 2)
Piano – K.D. Johnson
3:08
6 Memphis Jug Band Stealin' Stealin' (Take 3) 3:07
7 Willie Baker Weak-Minded Woman (14782 - Test) 3:04
8 Rev. D.C. Rice* Will They Welcome Me There? (Test)
Mandolin – Unknown ArtistPiano – Unknown ArtistTambourine – Unknown ArtistTriangle – Unknown ArtistTrombone – Unknown ArtistTrumpet – Unknown Artist
3:17
9 Charlie Spand Levee Camp Man (Breakdown) (Take 6 - Test) 1:31
10 Charlie Spand Mississippi Blues (Take V6 - Test) 2:49
11 Robert Peeples Worry Blues (Test) 2:39
12 Charley Patton I Shall Not Be Moved (Take 2) 3:02
13 Big Bill* Bow Leg Baby
Piano – Georgia Tom Dorsey*
2:38
14 Frank Brasswell Mountain Jack Blues
Piano – Unknown Artist
2:26
15 Memphis Minnie Memphis Minnie-Jitis Blues (Take B)
Guitar – Kansas Joe McCoy*
3:15
16 Kansas City Kitty & Georgia Tom Do It Some More 3:11
17 Kansas City Kitty & Georgia Tom Knife Man Blues 3:11
18 Bo Carter New Auto Blues 3:02
19 Big Bill* Worried In Mind Blues 3:00
20 Joe McCoy Meat Cutter Blues (Alternate Take)
Guitar [Possibly] – Charlie McCoy
3:08
21 Joe McCoy What's The Matter With You?
Piano – Jimmie Gordon
2:55
22 Memphis Minnie Reachin' Pete (Take B) 3:10
23 Kokomo Arnold Milk Cow Blues – No. 5 (Test) 2:44
24 Memphis Minnie Running And Dodging Blues (Take 2 - Test)
Bass [String Bass, Probably] – Ransom KnowlingClarinet – Arnett NelsonPiano – Blind John Davis
2:43
25 Little Buddy Doyle Slick Capers Blues (Test)
Harmonica [Probably] – Walter Horton
2:35
26 Lonnie Johnson The Victim Of Love
Bass [String Bass] – Ransom KnowlingPiano – Blind John Davis
3:10

Companies, etc.

  • Remastered At – Studio Klement

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Guitar, Vocals – Big Bill Broonzy (tracks: 13), Blind Blake (tracks: 1), Blind Lemon Jefferson (tracks: 2, 3), Charley Patton (tracks: 12), Charlie Burse (tracks: 6), Memphis Minnie (tracks: 15, 22, 24), Vol Stevens (tracks: 6), Western Kid (tracks: 14), Willie Baker (tracks: 7)
  • Harmonica, Speech – George "Bullet" Williams (tracks: 4)
  • Harmonica, Vocals – Will Shade (tracks: 6)
  • Kazoo, Vocals – Ben Ramey (tracks: 6)
  • Lead Vocals, Jug – Jab Jones (tracks: 6)
  • Liner Notes – Roger Misiewicz
  • Piano, Vocals – Georgia Tom (tracks: 16, 17)
  • Speech [Sermon], Choir – Rev. D.C. Rice* (tracks: 8)
  • Vocals – Bessie Tucker (tracks: 5), Kansas City Kitty (tracks: 16, 17)
  • Vocals, Guitar – Big Bill Johnson (tracks: 19), Bo Carter (tracks: 18), Georgia Pine Boy (tracks: 21), Kokomo Arnold (tracks: 23), Little Buddy Doyle (tracks: 25), Lonnie Johnson (tracks: 26), The Mississippi Mudder - Mud Dauber Joe* (tracks: 20)
  • Vocals, Guitar [Probably] – Robert Peeples (tracks: 11)
  • Vocals, Piano – Charlie Spand (tracks: 9, 10)

Notes

Original recordings from the collections of: Bob Graf, Mike Kirsling, Fritz Marschall, Roger Misiewicz, George Paulus, Chris Smith, Mike Stewart, Gayle Dean Wardlow, and Pete Whelan.

Original Matrix Information:
1: Chicago, c. October 1926 (3057-2, Paramount 12387)
2: Chicago, c. July 1928 (20750-2, Paramount 12679)
3: Chicago, c. July 1928 (20751-2, Paramount 12679)
4: Chicago, c. May 1928 (20592-3, Broadway 5085)
5: Memphis, Tennessee, August 29, 1928 (45445-2, Victor unissued)
6: Memphis, Tennessee, September 15, 1928 (47037-3, Victor unissued)
7: Richmond, Indiana, February 7, 1929 (14782-A, Gennett unissued)
8: Chicago, July 22, 1929 (C-3924-A, Vocalion unissued)
9: Chicago, c. September 1929 (6, Paramount unissued test)
10: Grafton, Wisconsin, c. September 1929 (V6, Paramount unissued test)
11: Grafton, Wisconsin, November 1929 (L-188-1, Paramount unissued test)
12: Grafton, Wisconsin, December 1929 (L-62-2, Paramount 12986)
13: New York City, April 11, 1930 (9627-2, Perfect 163)
14: Richmond, Indiana, May 2, 1930 (16575-B, Gennett 7210)
15: Chicago, June 5, 1930 (C-5822-B, Vocalion unissued)
16: Chicago, March 12, 1931 (VO-133-A, Vocalion 1613)
17: Chicago, March 12, 1931 (VO-134-, Vocalion 1613)
18: Atlanta, Georgia, October 24, 1931 (405017-1, Columbia 14671)
19: Richmond, Indiana, February 9, 1932 (18382, Superior 2837)
20: Chicago, August 16, 1934 (C-9301-alt. take, Decca 7009)
21: Chicago, January 9, 1935 (C-9639-A, Champion 50057)
22: Chicago, May 27, 1935 (90018-B, Decca unissued test)
23: New York City, February 18, 1936 (60514-A, Decca unissued test)
24: Chicago, December 15, 1937 (C-2055-2, ARC unissued test)
25: Memphis, Tennessee, July 1, 1939 (MEM-19, Columbia unissued)
26: Chicago, December 14, 1944 (D4AB-330, Bluebird 34-0742)

The version of track 10 used on Document DOCD-5108 is incomplete; the complete version is included here.
Only fragments of tracks 9 and 11 have survived on unissued Paramount test pressings; both are included here.
The versions of tracks 2 and 3 reissued on Document DOCD-5019 are masters 20815 and 20816 recorded c. August 1928.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DOCD-5150 33 A3
  • Other (SPARS Code): AAD
  • Rights Society: Austro Mechana