Charley Patton - The Immortal Charlie Patton Number 1 flac album
Title: The Immortal Charlie Patton Number 1
Style: Delta Blues
MP3 album: 1497 mb
FLAC album: 1689 mb
Other formats: RA ADX MOD MPC DMF FLAC AA
Genre: Blues / Folk / World music
Contrary to its title, this album features songs recorded by Charley Patton (whose first name is sometimes spelled "Charlie" in 1929, 1930, and 1934. Assembled with the help of blues collectors James McKune and Pete Kaufman, who let the compilers transfer the music from their 78 rpm recordings, the album features a dozen performances by this country-blues pioneer. The selections include "High Sheriff Blues," "Stone Poney Blues" (a version of Patton's "Pony Blues"), "Poor Me," and three songs on which Patton is accompanied by fiddler Henry Sims: "Going to Move to Alabama," "Runnin' Wild Blues," and the ballad "Elder Green Blues.
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Charley Patton (died April 28, 1934), also known as Charlie Patton, was an American Delta blues musician. Considered by many to be the "Father of the Delta Blues", he created an enduring body of American music and inspired most Delta blues musicians. The musicologist Robert Palmer considered him one of the most important American musicians of the twentieth century.
Charlie Patton's War Formed in 2010, Charlie Patton's War is a rock & roll group consisting of Aaron Frazer (vocals, drums), Blake Rhein (vocals, guitar), Kyle Houpt (guitar), and Justin Hubler (keyboards/piano). Their music is often described as having a heavy modern blues-rock edge with an audible nod to earlier influences of Delta blues and soul music. Charlie Patton's War is: Aaron Frazer (Drums, Vocals on tracks 2, 3, 5, 7-10) Kyle Houpt (Guitar) Justin Hubler (Keyboard) Blake Rhein (Guitar, Vocals on tracks 1, 2, 6, 8). Producer: Aaron Frazer, Kyle Houpt, Justin Hubler, Blake Rhein Recorded May 2014 at Russian Recording, Bloomington IN. Recording Engineer: Max Mullen, Asst. One of the hardest working bands and Bloomington and an album to prove it. Charlie Patton's War. go to album.
Screamin' and Hollerin' the Blues: The Worlds of Charley Patton is a boxed set collecting remastered versions of the recorded works of blues singer Charley Patton, with recordings by many of his associates, supplementary interviews and historical data.
Album · 2003 · 23 Songs. Charley Patton Vol. 1 (1929). Charley Patton, Vol. 3 (1929-1934). 2 (1929). Complete Recordings, CD A.
CHARLEY PATTON is a jazz related blues music artist. If the Delta country blues has a convenient source point, it would probably be Charley Patton, its first great star. His hoarse, impassioned singing style, fluid guitar playing, and unrelenting beat made him the original king of the Delta blues. Much more than your average itinerant musician, Patton was an acknowledged celebrity and a seminal influence on musicians throughout the Delta.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Best Of Charlie Patton (2003) by Charley Patton. This album has an average beat per minute of 116 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 0/205 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Best of Charlie Patton. 1. Down the Dirt Road Blues.
|A2||Green River Blues|
|A3||Elder Greene Blues|
|A4||Moon Going Down|
|A5||Going To Move To Alabama|
|A6||I Shall Not Be Moved|
|B1||Stone Pony Blues|
|B2||Frankie And Albert|
|B3||Runnin' Wild Blues|
|B4||Some These Days I'll Be Gone|
|B5||I'm Goin' Home|
|OJL 1||Charley Patton||The Immortal Charlie Patton Number 1 (LP, Comp)||Origin Jazz Library||OJL 1||US||1962|
|OJL 1||Charlie Patton*||The Immortal Charlie Patton Number 1 (LP, Comp, RP)||Origin Jazz Library||OJL 1||US||1977|