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Screamin' and hollerin' the blues

Author: Charley Patton; John Fahey
Publisher: [S.l.] : Revenant, [2001]
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: Music
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Charley Patton; John Fahey
OCLC Number: 49035169
Notes: Title from outer container.
Compact discs.
Historical and biographical notes by Dick Spottswood, John Fahey, and Edward Komara, including discography, bibliographical references, and thematic index (127 p. : ill.) bound in container. Also includes Charley Patton / by John Fahey. London : Studio Vista, 1970. 112 p. : ill. ; 20 cm. and "The immortal Charlie Patton", by Bernard Klatzko ([5] p.) inserted in inner container.
Performer(s): Charley Patton, vocals, guitar, with accompanying musicians ; various artists performing the works of Charley Patton as noted.
Event notes: Music performed by Patton recorded 1929-1934; interviews recorded 1964-1969.
Description: 7 sound discs : digital, mono. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Disc 1. June 1929: Pony blues ; A spoonful blues ; Down the dirt road blues ; Prayer of death ; Screamin' and hollerin' the blues ; Banty rooster blues ; Tom Rushen blues ; It won't be long ; Shake it and break it (But don't let it fall Mama) ; Pea vine blues ; Mississippi boweavil blues ; Lord I'm discouraged ; I'm goin' home ( Charley Patton). Snatch it and grab it ; A rag blues ; How come Mama blues ; Voice throwin' blues (Walter Hawkins) --
Disc 2. October 1929: Hammer blues ; I shall not be moved ; High water everywhere ; Rattlesnake blues ; Going to move to Alabama ; Joe Kirby ; Frankie and Albert ; Devil sent the rain blues ; Magnolia blues ; Runnin' wild blues ; Some happy day ; Mean black moan ; Green River blues (Charley Patton). That's my man ; Honey dripper blues no. 2 ; Eight hour woman ; Nickel's worth of liver blues no. 2 (Edith North Johnson) --
Disc 3. October 1929: Some these days I'll be gone ; Elder Greene blues ; Jim Lee ; Mean black cat blues ; Jesus is a dying-bed maker ; When your way gets dark ; Heart like railroad steel ; Circle round the moon ; You're gonna need somebody when you die (Charley Patton). Be true be true blues ; Farrell blues ; Tell me man blues ; Come back Corrina (Henry Sims) --
Disc 4. June 1930: Some summer day ; Bird nest bound (Charley Patton). Future blues ; M & O blues (Willie Brown). Walkin' blues ; My black mama ; Preachin' the blues ; Dry spell blues (Son House). All night long blues ; On the wall ; By the moon and stars ; Long ways from home (Louise Johnson). Disc 5. May/June 1930, January/February 1934: Dry well blues ; Moon going down (Charley Patton). We all gonna face the rising sun ; Moaner let's go down in the valley ; Jesus got his arms around me ; God won't forsake his own ; I'll be here ; Where was Eve sleeping? ; I know my time ain't long ; Watch and pray (Delta Big Four). Paramount test (HC Speir). High sheriff blues ; Stone pony blues ; Jersey bull blues ; Hang it on the wall ; 34 blues ; Love my stuff ; Poor me ; Revenue man blues (Charley Patton). Troubled 'bout my mother ; Oh death (Patton and Lee). Yellow bee ; Mind reader blues (Bertha Lee) --
Disc 6. Charley's orbit, songs: Booze and blues (Ma Rainey) ; The crowing rooster (Walter Rhodes) ; I will turn your money green (Furry Lewis) ; Ham hound crave (Rube Lacy) ; Bye bye blues ; Maggie Campbell blues ; Big road blues (Tommy Johnson). Kansas City blues (William Harris) ; Rowdy blues ; Mississippi bottom blues (Kid Bailey) ; Cold woman blues (Blind Joe Reynolds) ; Sittin' on top of the world (Mississippi Sheiks) ; Just a spoonful (Charley Jordan) ; Banty rooster (Blind Pete and George Ryan) ; My grey pony (Big Joe Williams) ; Dark road blues (Willie Lofton Trio) ; Blues (unknown convict) ; Sic 'em dogs on ; Po' boy (Bukka White) ; Make me a pallet on the floor (Willie Brown) ; County farm blues (Son House) ; Saddle my pony ; Forty four (The Howlin' Wolf) ; Too close (Roebuck "Pops" Staples & Staple Singers). Disc 7. Charley's orbit, interviews: The Howlin' Wolf / interviewed by Pete Welding. Booker Miller / interviewed by Gayle Dean Wardlow. HC Speir / interviewed by Gayle Dean Wardlow. Roebuck "Pops" Staples / interviewed by Chris Strachwitz.
Other Titles: Who is the Masked Marvel?
Worlds of Charley Patton
Responsibility: by the Masked Marvel [i.e. Charley Patton].

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