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Title
Blues, with a feeling
Type
Audio
Genre Form
blues
sound recording
Language
English
Identified By
Lccn: 94762235
Table Of Contents
Introduction
Preaching blues ; Death letter blues ; Empire State express (Son House)
Devil got my woman (Skip James)
Aberdeen Mississippi blues (Bukka White)
Levee camp blues (Robert Pete Williams)
Louise (Mississippi Fred McDowell)
Don't you let nobody turn you round (Rev. Robert Wilkins)
Keep your lamp trimmed and burning (Rev. Pearly Brown & Mrs. Christine Brown)
What do you think about Jesus? (Mississippi Fred McDowell, Annie Mae McDowell, Rev. Robert Wilkins)
The woman I'm loving, she's taken my appetite ; Come on baby ; Baby please don't go (Lightnin' Hopkins)
Freddie ; So different blues ; God moves on the water (The sinking of the Titanic) (Mance Lipscomb).
(cont.'d) Freight train (Elizabeth Cotten)
Here I am Lord send me ; Pallet on your floor (Mississippi John Hurt)
San Francisco Bay blues (Jesse "Lone Cat" Fuller)
I can't quit you baby ; Stop now baby (John Lee Hooker)
Walkin' blues ; I can't be satisfied (Muddy Waters)
Five long years (Eddie Boyd, Willie Dixon)
Wrinkles (Lafayette Leake, Willie Dixon)
Cocaine (Dave Van Ronk)
Drop down Mama (John Hammond)
Grizzly bear (Eric Von Schmidt)
Traveling blues ("Spider" John Koerner)
See see rider (the Chambers Brothers)
Blues with a feeling ; Look over yonders wall ; Born in Chicago (Paul Butterfield Blues Band).
Capture
Date: 1963-XX-XX/1968-XX-XX Place: 3774 N4 lcc-g
Recorded at the Newport Folk Festival, Newport, R.I. 1963-1966 and 1968.
Authorized Access Point
Muddy Waters, 1915-1983. Blues, with a feeling
Authorized Access Point Variant
Hooker, John Lee. Blues, with a feeling
House, Son. Blues, with a feeling
Cotten, Elizabeth. Blues, with a feeling
Hopkins, Lightnin', 1912-1982. Blues, with a feeling
Lipscomb, Mance, 1895-1976. Blues, with a feeling
Hurt, Mississippi John, 1892-1966. Blues, with a feeling
Paul Butterfield Blues Band. Blues, with a feeling