Re: Compilation for beginner - advice please

Re: Compilation for beginner - advice please

am 30.10.2005 19:20:19 von Keith Adams

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skdin wrote:

> I am currently putting together a compiliation CD for my young son to
> introduce him to the blues. I am not an expert though and need some
> advice. Here are the rules:
>
> 1. I want about 20 songs
> 2. I want the two or three best-known songs from each of the most
> famous / influential artists.
> 3. All songs must be readily available (e.g. Napster)
> 4. All songs must have been recorded before 1960
>
> Below is what I have so far. Can you give me some comments /
> suggestions:
>
> Robert Johnson - Terraplane Blues, Sweet Home Chicago
> Wille Dixon - Little Red Rooster
> Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy, Hoochie Coochie Man
> Howlin' Wolf - Smokestack Lightning, Evil, Backdoor Man
> Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley Song
> Lightning Hopkins - Baby Please Don't Go
> John Lee Hooker - Crawlin' Kingsnake, Boogie Chillin'
> BB King - Every day I have the Blues, 3 o'clock Blues

SURELY John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson 1 - Good Morning Little School
Girl has to feature on such a list.
AND what about the Women!!! Bessie Smith, Alberta Hunter come to
mind...not sure of which songs though...
Nate* Erhard Schwenk <> wrote:
> Die ├╝blicherweise angegebene Impedanz ist der Wechselstromwiderstand bei
> 1000 Hz unter genau definierten Umgebungsbedingungen und besteht aus dem
> Blindwiderstand und dem ohmschen Widerstand. Gerechnet wird mit Hilfe
> des guten alten Pythagoras (das Quadrat der Impedanz ist gleich

Re: Compilation for beginner - advice please

am 03.11.2005 04:33:23 von pablo


> news:
> skdin wrote:
>
>
>>I am currently putting together a compiliation CD for my young son to
>>introduce him to the blues. I am not an expert though and need some
>>advice. Here are the rules:
>>
>>1. I want about 20 songs
>>2. I want the two or three best-known songs from each of the most
>>famous / influential artists.
>>3. All songs must be readily available (e.g. Napster)
>>4. All songs must have been recorded before 1960
>>
>>Below is what I have so far. Can you give me some comments /
>>suggestions:
>>
>>Robert Johnson - Terraplane Blues, Sweet Home Chicago
>>Wille Dixon - Little Red Rooster
>>Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy, Hoochie Coochie Man
>>Howlin' Wolf - Smokestack Lightning, Evil, Backdoor Man
>>Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley Song
>>Lightning Hopkins - Baby Please Don't Go
>>John Lee Hooker - Crawlin' Kingsnake, Boogie Chillin'
>>BB King - Every day I have the Blues, 3 o'clock Blues
>
>
> SURELY John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson 1 - Good Morning Little School
> Girl has to feature on such a list.
> AND what about the Women!!! Bessie Smith, Alberta Hunter come to
> mind...not sure of which songs though...
> Nate

skip james - devil got my woman

JOSH WHITE - Uncle Sam Says (1941) speaks about the negro's role in the
military of the WWII era. Nice classic blues sound, excellent voice.

ROOSEVELT SYKES - Night Time Is The Right Time (1937)

BIG JOE WILLIAMS - Baby Please Don't Go (1935)

Willie Mabon [I Don't Know] - I Don't Know

Little Walter - Boom, Boom Out Go The Lights

Slim Harpo - I'm A King Bee

Little Walter - My Babe, Mellow Down Easy

Elmore James - It Hurts Me Too

Huddie Ledbetter (Lead Belly) - Midnight Special

Ray Charles - Lonely Avenue

Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put A Spell On YouGreat list pablo. It looks like it would make a killer compilation CD.
....Silk
"pablo" <> wrote in message
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> Keith Adams wrote:
>> Sonny

Re: Compilation for beginner - advice please

am 03.11.2005 05:01:26 von Silk

Boy 2 has one that says
>>
>> " She wasnt but 11 years old
>> But I kept on kept kept on
>> Sending that little girl to school
>> And teaching her and training her and learning her
>> Her daddies rule
>> "Nate" <> wrote in message
>> news:
>> skdin wrote:
>>
>>
>>>I am currently putting together a compiliation CD for my young son to
>>>introduce him to the blues. I am not an expert though and need some
>>>advice. Here are the rules:
>>>
>>>1. I want about 20 songs
>>>2. I want the two or three best-known songs from each of the most
>>>famous / influential artists.
>>>3. All songs must be readily available (e.g. Napster)
>>>4. All songs must have been recorded before 1960
>>>
>>>Below is what I have so far. Can you give me some comments /
>>>suggestions:
>>>
>>>Robert Johnson - Terraplane Blues, Sweet Home Chicago
>>>Wille Dixon - Little Red Rooster
>>>Muddy Waters - Mannish Boy, Hoochie Coochie Man
>>>Howlin' Wolf - Smokestack Lightning, Evil, Backdoor Man
>>>Bo Diddley - Bo Diddley Song
>>>Lightning Hopkins - Baby Please Don't Go
>>>John Lee Hooker - Crawlin' Kingsnake, Boogie Chillin'
>>>BB King - Every day I have the Blues, 3 o'clock Blues
>>
>>
>> SURELY John Lee "Sonny Boy" Williamson 1 - Good Morning Little School
>> Girl has to feature on such a list.
>> AND what about the Women!!! Bessie Smith, Alberta Hunter come to
>> mind...not sure of which songs though...
>> Nate
>
> skip james - devil got my woman
>
> JOSH WHITE - Uncle Sam Says (1941) speaks about the negro's role in the
> military of the WWII era. Nice classic blues sound, excellent voice.
>
> ROOSEVELT SYKES - Night Time Is The Right Time (1937)
>
> BIG JOE WILLIAMS - Baby Please Don't Go (1935)
>
> Willie Mabon [I Don't Know] - I Don't Know
>
> Little Walter - Boom, Boom Out Go The Lights
>
> Slim Harpo - I'm A King Bee
>
> Little Walter - My Babe, Mellow Down Easy
>
> Elmore James - It Hurts Me Too
>
> Huddie Ledbetter (Lead Belly) - Midnight Special
>
> Ray Charles - Lonely Avenue
>
> Screamin' Jay Hawkins - I Put A Spell On You
>
>
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>"Did you notice that Anthony sounded SO MUCH better on his Byrdland
than on
that new boutique thing he is playing now? "

YUP, I heard him liveon (on a Big Stage thru a soundsystem though) and
his new Guitar sounded very nice, but I prefer his Byrdland sound
better.(Big difference in scale engths, and I asssume,string guages)

Nobody mentions Jim Raney's sound who sounded