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Lonesome Blues - Mississippi John Hurt - Aint Nobodys Business (CD)

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  1. Mississippi John Hurt is one of those old blues singers of the same generation at Son House and Charlie Patton. On this CD, there are no liner notes to provide context. However, the Wikipedia notes that he recorded some of his music in the later s (he was born in or )/5(56).
  2. Wer John Hurt kennt weiss was ihn erwartet, ruhiger, geschmackvoller Blues mit stilvollem Fingerpicking. Diese CD ist Live, leider gibt es dazu keinen Hinweis und was noch schlimmer ist, es handelt sich um eine Kopie von Schallplatte wie das Knistern verrät. Für die Blueser unter uns, es handelt sich hier um die Aufnahmen vom Oberlin College /5(5).
  3. John Smith Hurt, better known as Mississippi John Hurt (July 3, or March 8, — November 2, ) was an American country blues singer and guitarist. Raised in Avalon, Mississippi, Hurt taught himself how to play the guitar around age nine.
  4. Sep 25,  · Music video by Mississippi John Hurt performing You Got To Walk That Lonesome Valley (Live). #MississippiJohnHurt #YouGotToWalkThatLonesomeValley #Vevo.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Lonesome Blues on Discogs. Label: HHO Ltd - HHMMCD • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Blues • Mississippi John Hurt - Lonesome Blues (, CD) | Discogs.
  6. Mississippi John Hurt finger-picks his guitar like Dylan in the early 60's. Also appealing is the fact that Hurt doesn't bore the listener with repetitive lines and Blues cliches. Mississippi John Hurt is an artist accessible to those who appreciate smokey vocals, delicate guitar picking and a desire to trace back/5(6).
  7. There are 2 Mississippi John Hurts, both great blues pickers and singers. Blame the Rolling Stones for their reinterpretation of the Chicago blues that were popular in England back in the 60's. That's what gave me a love for this style of music.5/5(7).
  8. "Ain't Nobody's Business" (originally "Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness if I Do") is a s blues song that became one of the first blues standards. It was published in by Porter Grainger and Everett Robbins. The song features a lyrical theme of freedom of choice and a vaudeville jazz–style musical arrangement. It was first recorded, as "'Tain't Nobody's Biz-ness if I Do", in by Anna.
  9. Mississippi John Hurt also appears in this compilation. Tracks of Disc 1; 1. Baby Please Don't Go; 2. I Need Some Money; 3. Give Me Central ; 4. Black Pony Blues; 5. Bottle It Up And Go; 6. Walking Alone; 7. Rats In My Kitchen; 8. Ain't Nobody's Business; 9. Mississippi River Blues; Careless Love; She Don't Treat Me Good No More;

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