Mississippi John Hurt.
John Smith Hurt (March 3, 1892 – November 2, 1966), better known as Mississippi John Hurt, was an American country blues singer and guitarist. Raised in Avalon, Mississippi, Hurt taught himself to play the guitar around the age of nine. His first recordings, made for Okeh Records in 1928, were commercial failures, and he continued to work as a farmer.
List of the 100 Greatest Blues Albums and 10 Best 'Jump Blues' Artists/album as compiled by digitaldreamdoor. The Paul Butterfield Blues Band - Paul Butterfield 14. Coffee Blues - Mississippi John Hurt 15. The Natch'l Blues - Taj Mahal 16. It Serves You Right To Suffer - John Lee Hooker 17. Spotlight On Lucille - . King 18. Blues After Hours - Elmore James 19. I Do Not Play No Rock and Roll - Mississippi Fred McDowell 20. Completely Well - . King 21. Couldn't Stand The Weather - Stevie Ray Vaughan 22.
Today! is the second studio album, but third body of work recorded by folk/country blues musician Mississippi John Hurt. It was released in 1966 by Vanguard Records. This album contains some of the first commercial material recorded after his "rediscovery" in 1963, and is the first he recorded for Vanguard. The album spans several genres and styles of music, ranging from traditional blues and folk songs, to country, to African-American spirituals.
Mississippi John Hurt's Got The Blues, Can't Be Satisfied. Mississippi John Hurt. Before Bob Dylan: 100 Recordings Drawn from the Folk, Blues, Country, Gospel and Rock 'N' Roll Traditions Which Would Inspire Popular Music's Greatest Troubadour Who Transformed the Template for the Modern Song.
|1||Spike Driver Blues||3:14|
|3||Ain't No Telling||2:55|
|4||Blue Harvest Blues||2:53|
|5||Got The Blues||2:51|
|6||Candy Man Blues||2:46|
|7||Blessed Be The Name||2:47|
|8||Nobody's Dirty Business||2:54|
|10||Praying On The Old Camp Ground||2:35|