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Various - American Folk Blues Festival 1965 / 1966 / 1967 / 1969 album flac

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  • Album: American Folk Blues Festival 1965 / 1966 / 1967 / 1969
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Various - American Folk Blues Festival 1965 / 1966 / 1967 / 1969 album flac

Tracklist

American Folk Blues Festival '65
1-1 Mississippi Fred McDowell* Highway 61
1-2 J.B. Lenoir Slow Down
1-3 Big Walter Horton* Christine
1-4 Roosevelt Sykes Come On Back Home
1-5 Eddie Boyd Five Long Years
1-6 Eddie Boyd The Big Question
1-7 Lonesome Jimmy Lee* Rosalie
1-8 John Lee Hooker King Of The World
1-9 John Lee Hooker Della Mae
1-10 Buddy Guy First Time I Met The Blues
1-11 Big Mama Thornton Hound Dog
1-12 Dr. Ross* My Black Name Is Ringing
American Folk Blues Festival '66
2-1 Roosevelt Sykes Running The Boogie
2-2 Otis Rush All Your Love
2-3 Little Brother Montgomery I Keep On Drinking
2-4 Sleepy John Estes You Shouldn't Do It
2-5 Otis Rush My Own Fault
2-6 Junior Wells Checkin' My Baby
2-7 Junior Wells A Tribute To Sonny Boy Williamson
2-8 Sippie Wallace Suitcase Blues
2-9 Robert Pete Williams Louise
2-10 Big Joe Turner Flip, Flop, And Fly
2-11 Big Joe Turner Roll'em Pete
American Folk Blues Festival '67
3-1 Bukka White Aberdeen Blues
3-2 Hound Dog Taylor The Sky Is Crying
3-3 Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee Rock Island Line
3-4 Son House Got A Letter This Morning
3-5 Little Walter You Be So Fine
3-6 Koko Taylor Wang Dang Doodle
3-7 Skip James Hard Luck Child
3-8 Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee I'm Gonna Move Across The River
3-9 Koko Taylor What Kind Of Man Is This
3-10 Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee Walk On
American Folk Blues Festival '69
4-1 Juke Boy Bohner* Jumpin' With Juke Boy
4-2 Earl Hooker Going Up And Down
4-3 Carey Bell Medley: Rocking With Chromanica/I Feel Bad, Bad, Bad
4-4 Juke Boy Bonner Running Shoes
4-5 John Jackson Poor Boy
4-6 Clifton Chenier Zydeco Et Pas Sale
4-7 Earl Hooker Blue Shadows Fall
4-8 Clifton Chenier Wrap It Up
4-9 Magic Sam Easy Baby
4-10 Magic Sam Looking Good
4-11 Whistling Alex Moore* Across The Atlantic Ocean
4-12 John Jackson John Jackson Breakdown

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – American Folk Blues Festival

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  • Barcode: 4003099726222

American Folk Blues Festival '65. 1-1. –Mississippi Fred McDowell. Highway 61. 1-2. –. American Folk Blues Festival '67. 3-1. –Bukka White. 3-2. –Hound Dog Taylor.

Country Blues, Texas Blues, Electric Blues, Chicago Blues, Piano Blues, Delta Blues. Track 15 : 1962 Tracks 1-4 : 1965 Track 5 : 1966 Tracks 6-14: 1967 Tracks 17-18 : 1968 Track 16 : 1969. on behalf of Südwestfunk (SWR). 24 pages booklet and poster included.

American Folk Blues Festival: 1962-1965. From 1962 until 1971, the American Folk Blues Festival was responsible for bringing dozens of the most celebrated American blues artists to audiences from England to Poland. For many of the musicians, these were the largest audiences they'd ever played to, and the first (and often only) decent money they ever made. This five-CD set captures the vital early years of the festival more fully than any prior issues, with previously unreleased bonus tracks (some of which overlaps).

com/watch?v ftnX-kgvSyY&feature player embedded  . Gonna Move Across the River" by Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee (1967) 15. "The Blues Ain't Nothin' But a Woman" by Helen Humes (1962). The American Folk-Blues Festival 1962-1966 vo. com/watch?v LQVWPpzuEJ8&feature relmfu.

American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1966. The American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1969, Vol. 3. Muddy Waters. The American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1966, Vol. 1. The American Folk Blues Festival was an annual tour of Europe between 1962 and 1971 that featured America's greatest blues artists. This 5-CD set contains 76 classic performances, chronologically arranged, by 30 artists and their all-star bands during the 1962-1965 festivals. These tracks were recorded live at the festival, as well as in the studio in Hamburg, Germany. Included are 30 tracks previously unreleased in the US.

The American Folk Blues Festival was a music festival that toured Europe as an annual event for several years beginning in 1962. It introduced audiences in Europe, including the UK, to leading blues performers of the day such as Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, John Lee Hooker and Sonny Boy Williamson, most of whom had never previously performed outside the US. The tours attracted substantial media coverage, including TV shows, and contributed to the growth of the audience for blues music in Europe.

American Folk Blues Festival 1962 - 1969 Vol 3. 59:54. 2. American Folk Blues Festivals 1963-1966 The British Tours. The American Folk Blues Festival 1962 - 1966 Vol 2. remove-circle.

htm The American Folk Blues Festival (also American Folk-Blues Festival, and AFBF) was a music festival that toured Europe beginning in 1962. German jazz publicist Joachim-Ernst Berendt first had the idea of bringing original African-American blues performers to Europe.