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Roosevelt Sykes - Mr. Sykes Blues 1929-1932 download mp3 album

Roosevelt Sykes - Mr. Sykes Blues 1929-1932 download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Mr. Sykes Blues 1929-1932
Style:
Chicago Blues, Piano Blues
Released:
1967
Country:
France
FLAC vers. size:
1151 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1494 mb
WMA vers. size:
1993 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
687

A1&2 attributed to "Roosevelt Sykes (under pseudonym Dobby Bragg)", while the Dobby Bragg on A7&8 "may be Roosevelt Sykes, but sounds more like Wesley Wallace". Matrix, Runout (Side A): MLC 8954 28-12-73. Matrix, Runout (Side B): MLC 8955 28-12-73. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.

Roosevelt Sykes (January 31, 1906 – July 17, 1983) was an American blues musician, also known as "The Honeydripper". Sykes was born in Elmar, Arkansas, and grew up near Helena. At age 15, he went on the road playing piano in a barrelhouse style of blues. Like many bluesmen of his time, he travelled around playing to all-male audiences in sawmill, turpentine and levee camps along the Mississippi River, gathering a repertoire of raw, sexually explicit material

Prisoner's Blues · Roosevelt Sykes. Mr Sykes Blues 1929 - 1932. Released on: 2000-01-01. Artist: Roosevelt Sykes. Auto-generated by YouTube. Has been played on. Russia 1. Radio Caprice - Piano Blues, Boogie-Woogie.

Blues is a jazz related blues music album recording by ROOSEVELT SYKES released in 1961 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. ROOSEVELT SYKES - Blues. Filed under Jazz Related Blues By ROOSEVELT SYKES. ROOSEVELT SYKES: Mr. Sykes Blues 1929-1932 LP (UK, gatefold booklet).

Free download and listen The Country Blues Piano Ace 1929-1932. Tracks count: 0. Views: 4. Related. Roots N' Blues: The Retrospective: 1925-1950, Vol. Two - Bo Carter, Lonnie Johnson, Mamie Smith, Peetie Wheatstraw, Roosevelt Sykes, The Mississippi Sheiks.

The Roosevelt Sykes Collection 1929-47, Vol. 1. 0. 6. The Roosevelt Sykes Collection 1929-47, Vol. 2. Roosevelt Sykes Sings the Blues. The Country Blues Piano Ace 1929-1932.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Dobby Bragg Fire Detective Blues
Written-By – Dobby Bragg
A2 Dobby Bragg Single Tree Blues
Written-By – Dobby Bragg
A3 Edith Johnson Good Chib Blues
Piano – Roosevelt SykesTrombone – Ike RodgersVocals – Edith JohnsonWritten-By – Edith Johnson
A4 Edith Johnson Can't Make Another Day
Cornet – Baby J.Piano – Roosevelt SykesVocals – Edith JohnsonWritten-By – Edith Johnson
A5 Charlie McFadden People People Blues
Piano – Roosevelt SykesVocals – Charlie McFaddenWritten-By – Charlie McFadden
A6 Charlie McFadden Groceries On The Shelf
Piano – Roosevelt SykesVocals – Charlie McFaddenWritten-By – Charlie McFadden
A7 Dobby Bragg 3-6 And 9 (Three, Six And Nine)
Written-By – Dobby Bragg
A8 Dobby Bragg We Can Sell That Thing
Written-By – Dobby Bragg
B1 Mary Johnson Rattlesnake Blues
Piano – Roosevelt SykesVocals – Mary JohnsonWritten-By – Mary Johnson
B2 Mary Johnson Mary Johnson Blues
Piano – Roosevelt SykesViolin – Curtis MosbyVocals – Mary JohnsonWritten-By – Mary Johnson
B3 Jimmy Oden* I Have Made Up My Mind
Piano – Roosevelt SykesViolin – Curtis MosbyVocals – Jimmy Oden*Written-By – Jimmy Oden*
B4 Jimmy Oden* Sitting Down Thinking Blues
Piano – Roosevelt SykesVocals – Jimmy Oden*Written-By – Jimmy Oden*
B5 Matthew McClure Prisoner's Blues
Piano – Roosevelt SykesVocals – Matthew McClureWritten-By – Matthew McClure
B6 Roosevelt Sykes Mr. Sykes Blues
Written-By – Roosevelt Sykes
B7 Roosevelt Sykes Highway 61 Blues
Written-By – Roosevelt Sykes
B8 Eithel Smith Jelly Roll Mill
Piano – Roosevelt SykesVocals – Eithel SmithWritten-By – Eithel Smith

Companies, etc.

  • Manufactured By – Fontana Records
  • Marketed By – Fontana Records

Credits

  • Liner Notes – Paul Oliver

Notes

Comes in a laminated gatefold sleeve with blue stapled-in 4-page information and lyric booklet.
A1 to A4 recorded September 7, 1929 - Richmond, Ind.
A5 & A6 recorded February 1930 - Grafton, Wis.
A7 & A8 recorded August 1930 - Grafton, Wis.
B1 to B8 recorded September 22, 1932 - Richmond, Ind.

A1 & A2 attributed to "Roosevelt Sykes (under pseudonym Dobby Bragg)", while the other two songs originally featuring an artist named Dobby Bragg [A7 & A8] …"may be Roosevelt Sykes, but [it] sounds more like Wesley Wallace". (Paul Oliver)

A2 features "probably Edith Johnson, talking".

Made and sold by Fontana Records under rights from Interdisc S. A. (Made in Holland)

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6332 992 Roosevelt Sykes Mr. Sykes Blues 1929-1932 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Mercury 6332 992 France Unknown
RM 8819 Roosevelt Sykes Mr. Sykes Blues 1929-1932 ‎(LP, Comp, Mono) Riverside Records RM 8819 Netherlands 1967
LEL 209 Roosevelt Sykes Mr. Sykes Blues 1929-1932 ‎(LP, Comp) Music Parade Cetra LEL 209 Italy 1973
93514 Roosevelt Sykes Mr. Sykes Blues 1929-1932 ‎(LP, Comp) Les Disques Pierre Cardin 93514 France 1970