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Various - The Great Harp Players 1927-1936 flac album Performer: Various
Title: The Great Harp Players 1927-1936
Released: 1992
MP3 album: 1921 mb
FLAC album: 1471 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: ADX MIDI AHX RA AAC MP3 DMF
Genre: Blues

The Great Harp Players (1927-1936). Although one may think of the blues harp beginning with Little Walter, the first Sonny Boy Williamson, or Sonny Terry, a variety of harmonica players did record in the '20s. Some of their recordings were technical displays that featured them imitating everything from animals to trains, while other players were more blues-oriented. This valuable CD has two selections from the guitar-harmonica team of William Francis and Richard Sowell; Ollis Martin's "Police and High Sheriff Come Ridin' Down"; six pieces by Eli Watson (including "El Watson's Fox Chase");.

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PLAY ALL. The Great Harp Players (1927-1936). Released by Document Records Apr 2005 25 Tracks.

The Great Harp Players (1927-1936) - Harmonica Blues, Get Up Off That Jazzophone, Frisco Leaving Birmingham (Take 2) and 8 more tracks from this album here for free. More albums by this artist. The Great Harp Players (1927-1936) tracks. Get Up Off That Jazzophone. Frisco Leaving Birmingham (Take 2). Middlin' Blues. Don't Mistreat Your Good Boy Friend.

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Other players you should hear include William Clarke, James Cotton, Rick Estrin, Joe Filisko, Walter Horton, Mark Hummel, Mitch Kashmar, Lazy Lester, Jerry McCain, Charlie Musselwhite, John Németh, Paul Oscher, Rod Piazza, Annie Raines, Curtis Salgado, George Harmonica Smith, Sugar Blue, and Junior Wells. Here are some good recommendations for some great country harp listening: De Ford Bailey, various artists, Harp Blowers, 1925–1936 (Document Records). Charlie McCoy, The Real McCoy (Sony Records). Mickey Raphael, Willie Nelson, Willie and Family Live (Sony Records).

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The Great Harp Players (1927-1936).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 William Francis And Richard Sowell John Henry Blues
Guitar – William Francis Harmonica – Richard Sowell
2 William Francis And Richard Sowell Roubin Blues
Guitar – William Francis Harmonica – Richard Sowell
3 Ollis Martin Police And High Sheriff Come Ridin' Down
Vocals, Harmonica – Ollis Martin
4 El Watson Pot Licker Blues
Guitar – Charles Johnson Harmonica – El Watson
5 El Watson Narrow Gauge Blues
Guitar – Charles Johnson Harmonica – El Watson
6 El Watson El Watson's Fox Chase
Harmonica, Speech, Vocals [Effects, possibly] – El Watson, Robert Cooksey
7 El Watson Bay Rum Blues
Bones – Unknown ArtistHarmonica – El Watson
8 El Watson Sweet Bunch Of Daisies
Harmonica – El Watson
9 El Watson One Sock Blues
Harmonica – El Watson
10 Palmer McAbee Lost Boy Blues
Harmonica – Palmer McAbee
11 Palmer McAbee McAbee's Railroad Piece
Harmonica – Palmer McAbee
12 George "Bullet" Williams Touch Me Light Mama
Harmonica, Speech – George "Bullet" WilliamsVocals [perhaps] – Wiley Barner
13 George "Bullet" Williams Frisco Leaving Birmingham (Take 2)
Harmonica, Speech – George "Bullet" Williams
14 George "Bullet" Williams The Escaped Convict (Take 2)
Harmonica, Speech – George "Bullet" Williams
15 George "Bullet" Williams Middlin' Blues
Harmonica, Speech – George "Bullet" WilliamsSpeech – Unknown Artist
16 The Bubbling-Over Five Don't Mistreat Your Good Boy Friend
Harmonica – Blues BirdheadSoprano Saxophone, Violin, Piano, Banjo, Guitar – Unknown ArtistVocals – Bob Brown
17 The Bubbling-Over Five Get Up Off That Jazzophone
Harmonica – Blues BirdheadSoprano Saxophone, Violin, Piano, Banjo, Guitar – Unknown ArtistVocals – Bob Brown
18 Blues Birdhead Mean Low Blues
Harmonica – Blues BirdheadPiano – Unknown Artist
19 Blues Birdhead Harmonica Blues
Harmonica – Blues BirdheadPiano – Unknown Artist
20 Ellis Williams Buttermilk Blues
Guitar, Spoons – Unknown ArtistHarmonica – Ellis Williams
21 Ellis Williams Smokey Blues
Guitar – Unknown ArtistHarmonica – Ellis Williams
22 Alfred Lewis Mississippi Swamp Moan
Harmonica, Vocals [Effects], Speech – Alfred Lewis
23 Alfred Lewis Friday Moan Blues
Harmonica, Vocals [Effects] – Alfred Lewis
24 Smith And Harper Poor Girl
Vocals [duet], Harmonica, Guitar – Smith And Harper
25 Smith And Harper Insurance Policy Blues
Guitar [2nd g.] – Unknown ArtistVocals [duet], Harmonica, Guitar – Smith And Harper

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Document Records
  • Remastered At – Studio Klement

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Liner Notes – Howard Rye
  • Remastered By [uncredited] – Hans Klement

Notes

Recording date, location, matrix, catalog number:
1. February 28, 1927, New York, E-4603, Vocalion 1090
2. February 28, 1927, New York, E-4606, Vocalion 1090
3. circa August 6, 1927, Birmingham, Alabama, GEX-780-A, Gennett 6306
4. July 28, 1927, Bristol, Tennessee, 39732-2, Victor 20951
5. July 28, 1927, Bristol, Tennessee, 39733-2, Victor 20951
6. May 7, 1928, New York, 43952-2, Victor 21440
7. May 7, 1928, New York, 43953-2, Victor 21585
8. May 7, 1928, New York, 43954-2, Victor 21585
9. May 7, 1928, New York, 43955-2, Victor 21440
10. February 21, 1928, Atlanta, Georgia, 41929-2, Victor 21352
11. February 21, 1928, Atlanta, Georgia, 41930-2, Victor 21352
12. circa May 1928, Chicago, 20590-2, Paramount 12680
13. circa May 1928, Chicago, 20592-2, Paramount 12651
14. circa May 1928, Chicago, 20593-2, Paramount 12651
15. circa May 1928, Chicago, 20596-1, Paramount 12680
16. October 13, 1929, Richmond, Virginia, 403104-, OKeh 8737
17. October 13, 1929, Richmond, Virginia, 403106-B, OKeh 8737
18. October 13, 1929, Richmond, Virginia, 403111-A, OKeh 8824
19. October 13, 1929, Richmond, Virginia, 403112-A, OKeh 8824
20. October 24, 1929, Johnson City, Tennessee, 149264-1, Columbia 14482
21. October 24, 1929, Johnson City, Tennessee, 149265-1, Columbia 14482
22. May 5, 1930, Chicago, Illinois, C-4481, Vocalion 1498
23. May 5, 1930, Chicago, Illinois, C-4482, Vocalion 1498
24. June 27, 1936, Augusta, Georgia, AUG-121-3, ARC 6-10-61
25. June 28, 1936, Augusta, Georgia, AUG-126-3, ARC 6-10-61

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  • Barcode: 7 14298 51002 7