Dock Boggs - Country Blues: Complete Early Recordings (1927-29) download album
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4. Sammie, Where Have You Been So Long? 5. Danville Girl. Moran Lee 'Dock' Boggs was a coal miner from Virginia who played banjo and sang with a strong nasal twang some of the most intensely haunting white blues of the 1920s, rivalling many a black blues singer in fervour and pain. There is a strong sense of more ancient traditions, both white and black, in his performances. He listened to the recordings of black singers, such as Rosa Henderson and Sara Martin, and adapted some of their songs, including 'Down South Blues', 'Sugar Blues' and 'Mistreated Mama Blues', into his own repertoire
Autumnal Bleak Cold Detached Dramatic Earthy Eerie Fiery Hostile Hypnotic Intense Menacing Ominous Organic Restrained Somber Sparse Tense/Anxious Unsettling Wintry Brittle Ramshackle Spooky Brooding Gloomy Gritty Plaintive Cathartic. Country Blues: Complete Early Recordings (1927-1929).
Moran Lee "Dock" Boggs (February 7, 1898 – February 7, 1971) was an influential old-time singer, songwriter and banjo player. His style of banjo playing, as well as his singing, is considered a unique combination of Appalachian folk music and African-American blues
Listen to music from Dock Boggs like Sugar Baby, Country Blues & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dock Boggs. Moran Lee "Dock" Boggs (February 7, 1898–February 7, 1971) was an influential old-time singer, songwriter and banjo player. His style of play, as well as his singing, is considered a unique combination of old-time Appalachian mountain music and the blues. Country Blues: Complete Early Recordings (1927-29).
This song is by Dock Boggs and appears on the compilation album Country Blues: Complete Early Recordings (1927-29) (1997) and on the compilation The Rose Grew Round the Briar (Early American Rural Love Songs - Vol. 2) (1997). I lost you darling true loveAnd now I'm growing oldMy pockets are all emptyOf both silver and gold. While my money lastedYou gave my heart easeBut since I have nothingYou court who you please.
07 - New Prisoner's Song. 08 - Hard Luck Blues. 09 - Lost Love Blues. 10 - Will Sweethearts Know Each Other There. 21 - Aunt Jane Blues. Country Blues Complete Early Recordings (1927-29). Dock Boggs - Country Blues Complete Early Recordings (1927-29).
He cut them in New York in 1927, and there's no better demonstration of how good they are than the four he laid down in Chicago in 1929. In New York he's so full of beans he can scarcely contain himself. Two years later, on leave from the mining town he now senses he'll never escape, Boggs is the image of fatalistic impassivity, as dull as the lyrics he's been handed by the wannabe label owner who underwrote his trip to the city. Soon he would give in to his wife and stop playing for 30 years.
|–Dock Boggs||Sugar Baby||2:58|
|–Dock Boggs||Down South Blues||3:09|
|–Dock Boggs||Country Blues||3:04|
|–Dock Boggs||Sammie, Where Have You Been So Long?||3:06|
|–Dock Boggs||Danville Girl||3:11|
|–Dock Boggs||Pretty Polly||3:05|
|–Dock Boggs||New Prisoner's Song||2:54|
|–Dock Boggs||Hard Luck Blues||2:59|
|–Dock Boggs||Lost Love Blues||3:06|
|–Dock Boggs||Will Sweethearts Know Each Other There?||2:54|
|–Dock Boggs||Old Rub Alcohol Blues||3:16|
|–Dock Boggs||False Hearted Lover's Blues||5:27|
|–Dock Boggs||Lost Love Blues [Unissued Alternate Take #1]||3:04|
|–Dock Boggs||Will Sweethearts Know Each Other There? [Unissued Alternate Take #1]||2:55|
|–Dock Boggs||Old Rub Alcohol Blues [Sole Unissued Alternate Take]||3:14|
|–Dock Boggs||Lost Love Blues [Unissued Alternate Take #2]||3:08|
|–Dock Boggs||Will Sweethearts Know Each Other There? [Unissued Alternate Take #2]||4:56|
|–Hayes Shepherd||Peddler And His Wife||3:23|
|–Hayes Shepherd||Hard For To Love||3:17|
|–Bill Shepherd||Bound Steel Blues||3:06|
|–Bill Shepherd||Aunt Jane Blues||2:51|
|Rev 205||Dock Boggs||Country Blues: Complete Early Recordings (1927-29) (CD, Comp)||Revenant||Rev 205||US||1997|
|Rev 6003||Dock Boggs||Country Blues: Complete Early Recordings 1927-1929 (2xLP, Comp, Cle)||Revenant||Rev 6003||US||2004|
|Rev 205||Dock Boggs||Country Blues: Complete Early Recordings (1927-29) (CD, Comp)||Revenant||Rev 205||US||Unknown|