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Bukka White - Fixin' To Die Blues / Black Train Blues FLAC album


Performer: Bukka White
Genre: Blues
Title: Fixin' To Die Blues / Black Train Blues
Released: 1940
FLAC version ZIP size: 1437 mb
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The New Frisco Train.

Acoustic Blues Country Blues Delta Blues Pre-War Country Blues Pre-War Gospel Blues Regional Blues Slide Guitar Blues Pre-War Blues St. Louis Blues. Here it is all in one place, all 14 of Bukka White's legendary Vocalion recordings. Kicking off with his lone 1937 single of "Pinebluff, Arkansas" and "Shake "Em on Down," the set continues with the marathon 12-song session from 1940 which produced such classics as "Sleepy Man Blues," "Parchman Farm Blues," "Fixin' to Die Blues," and "Bukka's Jitterbug Swing. This is personal blues, hitting on a number of subjects usually too stark for blues lyrics, but all on open-wound display here. Powerful stuff, indeed.

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Fixin’ to Die Blues" is song by American blues musician Bukka White. It is performed in the Delta blues style with White's vocal and guitar accompanied by washboard rhythm. White recorded it in Chicago on May 8, 1940, for record producer Lester Melrose. The song was written just days before, along with eleven others, at Melrose's urging

Fixin’ to Die Blues" is song by American blues musician Bukka White. White recorded it in Chicago on May 8, 1940, for record producer Lester Melrose White was resuming his recording career, which had been interrupted by his incarceration for two and one-half years at the infamous Parchman Farm prison in Mississippi

Адрес: Россия, Москва, Проспект мира, 106. ОГРН: 5067746074864

Tracklist

A Fixin' To Die Blues
B Black Train Blues

Credits

  • Guitar, Vocals, Washboard, Written-By – Bukka White
  • Producer – Lester Melrose

Notes

Recorded 8 May, 1940