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Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe - 1929-1934 Recordings In Chronological Order Volume 2 (5 June 1930 To 30 January 1931) album mp3

Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe - 1929-1934 Recordings In Chronological Order Volume 2 (5 June 1930 To 30 January 1931) album mp3
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1929-1934 Recordings In Chronological Order Volume 2 (5 June 1930 To 30 January 1931)
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Memphis Blues
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1621 mb
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June 5, 1930 - January 30, 1931. Memphis Minnie made an enormous number of recordings during the years 1929-1941, under her own name and in collaboration with her husband Kansas Joe McCoy. When in the '90s Document set out to reissue every known recording by these two artists, Minnie's primary work occupied one series of five chronologically arranged albums, her work with McCoy was presented in another sequence of four CDs under both of their names, and the rest of McCoy's output was trundled out in tandem on multiple discs with his. brother Charlie and the Harlem Hamfats. Volume two in Document's painstaking survey of the Memphis Minnie-Joe McCoy collaborations presents 23 Vocalion records dating from their arrival in Chicago in June 1930 to the end of January 1931.

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Lizzie Douglas (June 3, 1897 – August 6, 1973), known as Memphis Minnie, was a blues guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter whose recording career lasted from the 1920s to the 1950s. She recorded around 200 songs, some of the best known being "Bumble Bee", "Nothing in Rambling", and "Me and My Chauffeur Blues". 3 Later life and death. 4 Character and personal life. Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe: Early Recordings (1929–1936).

Kansas Joe: Guitar, Vocals Memphis Minnie: Guitar, Vocals Alan Balfour: Liner Notes Johnny Parth: Compilation Producer. View All . Dig-Deeper. Volume 1: 1935-1939 (CD) Memphis Minnie.

Wilbur "Kansas Joe" McCoy (May 11, 1905 – January 28, 1950) was an American Delta blues singer, musician and songwriter. McCoy played music under various stage names but is best known as Kansas Joe McCoy. Born in Raymond, Mississippi, he was the older brother of the blues accompanist Papa Charlie McCoy. As a young man, McCoy was drawn to the music scene in Memphis, Tennessee, where he played guitar and sang during the 1920s.

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1 Memphis Minnie Memphis Minnie-Jitis Blues
Guitar – Kansas Joe McCoy*Vocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
3:20
2 Memphis Minnie Good Girl Blues
Vocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
2:55
3 Kansas Joe McCoy* My Mary Blues
Guitar – Memphis MinnieVocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe McCoy*
3:10
4 Memphis Minnie Plymouth Rock Blues
Guitar – Kansas Joe McCoy*Vocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
2:49
5 Kansas Joe Cherry Ball Blues
Guitar – Memphis MinnieVocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe
3:09
6 Kansas Joe Botherin' That Thing
Guitar – Memphis MinnieVocals – Kansas Joe
3:14
7 Memphis Minnie Bumble Bee -- No. 2
Guitar – Kansas JoeVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
2:50
8 Memphis Minnie Georgia Skin Blues
Guitar – Kansas JoeVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
3:24
9 Memphis Minnie New Dirty Dozen
Guitar – Kansas JoeVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
2:58
10 Memphis Minnie New Bumble Bee
Guitar – Kansas JoeVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
2:49
11 Memphis Minnie Frankie Jean (That Trottin' Fool)
Guitar – Kansas JoeVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
2:49
12 Memphis Minnie I'm Talking 'Bout You -- No. 2
Guitar – Kansas JoeVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
3:13
13 Kansas Joe And Memphis Minnie She Put Me Outdoors
Vocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe, Memphis Minnie
2:46
14 Kansas Joe Pile Drivin' Blues
Guitar – Memphis MinnieVocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe
2:44
15 Kansas Joe And Memphis Minnie I Called You This Morning
Vocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe, Memphis Minnie
2:57
16 Memphis Minnie And Her Jug Band Grandpa And Grandma Blues
Guitar – Unknown ArtistHarmonica – Unknown ArtistJug – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
3:22
17 Memphis Minnie And Her Jug Band Garage Fire Blues
Guitar – Unknown ArtistHarmonica – Unknown ArtistJug – Unknown ArtistVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
3:04
18 Kansas Joe And Memphis Minnie What's The Matter With The Mill?
Vocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe, Memphis Minnie
2:48
19 Memphis Minnie North Memphis Blues
Guitar – Kansas JoeVocals, Guitar – Memphis Minnie
2:32
20 Kansas Joe Beat It Right
Guitar – Memphis MinnieVocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe
3:24
21 Kansas Joe Preachers Blues
Guitar – Memphis MinnieVocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe
3:11
22 Kansas Joe Shake Mattie
Guitar – Memphis MinnieVocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe
2:36
23 Kansas Joe My Wash Woman's Gone
Guitar – Memphis MinnieVocals, Guitar – Kansas Joe
2:44

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Document Records
  • Remastered At – Studio Klement

Credits

  • Compilation Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Liner Notes – Alan Balfour
  • Remastered By [Uncredited] – Hans Klement

Notes

First Austrian edition, without barcode.

All titles recorded in Chicago - date (matrix, original release)
1. June 5, 1930 (C-5822-A, Vocalion 1588)
2. June 5, 1930 (C-5823-, Vocalion 1603)
3. June 5, 1930 (C-5830-, Vocalion 1576)
4. June 5, 1930 (C-5831-, Vocalion 1631)
5. June 24, 1930 (C-5864-A, Vocalion 1535)
6. June 24, 1930 (C-5865-A, Vocalion 1570)
7. June 24, 1930 (C-5866-A, Vocalion 1556)
8. June 24, 1930 (C-5867-, Vocalion 1603)
9. July 1, 1930 (C-5894-, Vocalion 1618)
10. July 1, 1930 (C-5895-, Vocalion 1618)
11. July 8, 1930 (C-6009-A, Vocalion 1588)
12. July 8, 1930 (C-6010-A, Vocalion 1556)
13. July 8, 1930 (C-6011-, Vocalion 1612)
14. July 8, 1930 (C-6012-, Vocalion 1612)
15. July 8, 1930 (C-6013-, Vocalion 1631)
16. September 9, 1930 (C-6082-, Vocalion 1601)
17. September 9, 1930 (C-6083-, Vocalion 1601)
18. October 11, 1930 (C-6442-, Vocalion 1550)
19. October 11, 1930 (C-6443-, Vocalion 1550)
20. January 21, 1931 (C-7246-, Vocalion 1643)
21. January 21, 1931 (C-7247-, Vocalion 1643)
22. January 30, 1931 (VO-109-A, Vocalion 1668)
23. January 30, 1931 (VO-110-A, Vocalion 1668)

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: none
  • Rights Society: AUSTRO MECHANA
  • SPARS Code: AAD

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DOCD-5029 Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe - 1929-1934 Recordings In Chronological Order: Volume 2 (5 June 1930 To 30 January 1931) ‎(CD, Comp, RE, RM) Document Records DOCD-5029 UK Unknown
DOCD-5029 Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe - 1929-1934 Recordings In Chronological Order, Volume 2 -- 5 June 1930 To 30 January 1931 ‎(CD, Comp, RM) Document Records DOCD-5029 Austria 1991