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Various - The History of Rhythm & Blues 1925 - 1942 download album

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The History of Rhythm & Blues: 1925-1942. For fans of classic R&B, History of Rhythm & Blues, Vol. 1 is an extraordinary document. From the love ballad "Anytime, Anyplace, Anywhere" to the barrelhouse New Orleans groove of "Drinkin' Wine Spo-Dee-O-Dee", the range of music from these selections is fascinating. The addition of Leadbelly's "Goodnight Irene" seems.

For fans of classic R&B, History of Rhythm & Blues, Vol.

3. Train Whistle Blues - Jimmie Rodgers. 4. Roll and Tumble Blues - Hambone Willie Newbern.

Minglewood Blues - Cannon's Jug Stompers. 8. Match Box Blues - Blind Lemon Jefferson.

The History Of Rhythm And Blues 1942-1952 : The Pre Rocknroll Years. The History Of Rhythm & Blues 1952-1957. The History of Rhythm and Blues series of CDs investigates the accidental synthesis of jazz, gospel, blues, ragtime, country, pop and latin into a definable form of black music, which in turn would influence pretty well all popular music from the 1950s to the present. It is the first attempt to put together a comprehensive cross-label compilation showcasing the most important and influential records in the rise of Rhythm & Blues. Columbia unveils 33rpm microgroove album 1949 Billboard Rhythm & Blues Chart. 1949 RCA introduces 45rpm vinyl record. 1950- Introduction of 45rpm Jukebox.

Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers - Minglewood Blues 03:44. Sleepy Joh Estes - Milk Cow Blues 03:03. Bobby Leecan, Robert Cooksey - Apaloosa Blues 02:46. Georgia Tom - It's Tight Like That 03:04. Sonny Boy Williamson - Jivin' the Blues 02:54. Three Sharps And A Flat - That's the Rhythm 02:39. The Cats & The Fiddle - I'd Rather Drink Muddy Water 02:47. Andy Kirk and His Clouds Of Joy - Floyd's Guitar Blues 03:09. Joe Turner, Pete Johnson - Roll'em Pete 02:52. Will Bradley - Down the Road a Piece 03:10. Andy Kirk and His Clouds Of Joy - Take it and Git 03:16. Ella Mar Morse - Cow Cow Boogie 03:14.