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"Little George" Smith - Blues In The Dark FLAC album


Performer: "Little George" Smith
Genre: Blues
Title: Blues In The Dark
Country: US
Released: 1955
FLAC version ZIP size: 1752 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1851 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1322 mb
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15 - I Found My Baby. 04 - Blues Stay Away. 03 - Blues In the Dark. 02 - Telephone Blues. 17 - California Blues. 06 - If I Found My Baby. 08 - California Blues. 09 - Down In New Orleans. 18 - Down in New Orleans aka Hey Mr. Porter. 11 - Rockin' (Take 2. lac. 13 - Cross Eyed Suzie Le. 14 - You Don't Love M. George Harmonica Smith - The Modern Masters - Harmonica Ac. og. The Modern Masters - Harmonica Ac. ue. fo.

Smith's first album on World Pacific A Tribute to Little Walter was released in 1968. In 1969 Bob Thiele produced an excellent solo album of Smith on Bluesway, and later made use of Smith as a sideman for his Blues Times label, including sets with T-Bone Walker, and Harmonica Slim. I have heard from a friend that they had seen George Smith in the 1950s playing a club in Chicago, tap dancing around everybody's drinks on top of the bar while playing his harp. I have been with him in church and seen him play amplified harmonica by himself. Everybody liked George Smith. He played a huge role in advancing blues harmonica and should never be forgotten. You can hear the influence of George Smith in most everyone playing blues harmonica today, whether directly or indirectly.

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Little George Smith was one of the first harp players to amplify his instrument, using, of alt things an old 16mm projector with built- in amplifier and speaker. He worked in Chicago in the late 40s, playing in Muddy Water?s band among others, but by 1954 wound up playing the Orchid Room in Kansas City, with his own band. It was here that Joe Bihari of Modern first discovered him and cut him immediately during some Cadets sessions.

At age four, Smith was already taking harp lessons from his mother. Smith moved to Rock Island, IL, in 1941 and played with a group that included Francis Clay on drums. There is evidence that he was one of the first to amplify his harp. Nei gruppi: The Bluesmen Of The Muddy Waters Chicago Blues Band.

Little George Smith 60s- a super record for a collector! Side 1: Blues in the dark. Side 2: TELEPHONE BLUES. Condition: Vinyl is MINT-, minimal superficial sleeve marks with no effect to the super sound. Label with little tears (see photo). I’m selling these rare and original vinyl records on behalf of a good old friend. E-mail any questions; all records graded strictly

Tracklist

Blues In The Dark 2:55
Telephone Blues 3:00

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
434 "Little George" Smith* Blues In The Dark ‎(Shellac, 10") RPM Records 434 US 1955
45-1002 Little George Smith* Blues In The Dark ‎(7", Single, RE) Blue Horizon 45-1002 UK Unknown