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Various - Give Me The Blues (The Living Tradition) flac album Performer: Various
Title: Give Me The Blues (The Living Tradition)
Style: Harmonica Blues, Chicago Blues, Piano Blues, Delta Blues
Released: 1981
Country: Germany
MP3 album: 1440 mb
FLAC album: 1569 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: AAC MP1 AA MPC ADX AU MP4
Genre: Blues

Guitar Blues From The Memphis Area (Album). Give Me The Blues (The Living Tradition) ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat). Storyville, PGP RTB. 8 470-2. 버전 판매. 8 470 DP. Various.

Baby Please Give Me A Break. Contains a 12 page booklet with reproductions of the back covers of Living Country Blues USA Vol. 1 to Vol. 10 and the notes of the 2LP set "The Introduction To Living Country Blues USA". 코드 및 기타 식별자. Rights Society: GEMA.

Mamie Smith recorded the first blues record on 10 August 1920, but who was the first singer to record a blues song and make history? . The rise of the spiritual is relatively easy to follow, given the organised way in which the Church went about its business. The passing on of ‘folk music’, and in a sense the blues are folk music, is a complex process; without TV, radio, CD’s, records, tapes or any other process for hearing recorded music it was spread literally by ‘word of mouth’.

The rest of the cuts feature various Telarc blues artists fronting a core group consisting of . Smith on guitar, T-Bone Wolk on bass, Peter Re on bass, and Steve Holley on drums. Lucky Peterson does an OK job on "Yer Blues," making it sound more like a straight blues song and less like the over-the-top but undeniably entertaining rant that John Lennon gave us in the original. For the Beatles completist, The Blues White Album may be worth a listen, but for most listeners, I doubt it would prove to be a keeper. And oh, how I'd like to hear again the greatest Beatles cover performance of all time-Wilson Pickett's absolutely incendiary version of "Hey Jude," on which none other than Duane Allman provided instrumental support.

The term Various Artists is used in the record industry when numerous singers and musicians collaborate on a song or collection of songs. fm, compilation album tracks appear under the name of Various Artists erroneously because the individual artist is not listed in the album's ID3 information.

Living the Blues is the third album by Canned Heat, a double album released in late 1968. It was one of the first double albums to place well on album charts. It features Canned Heat's signature song, "Going Up the Country", which would later be used in the Woodstock film. John Mayall appears on piano on "Walking by Myself" and "Bear Wires". Dr. John appears on "Boogie Music". The 20-minute trippy suite "Parthenogenesis" is dwarfed by the album-length "Refried Boogie", recorded live.

Canned Heat's third collection, Living the Blues (1968), was likewise their first double-LP, heralding the rural hippie anthem "Going Up the Country" as well as the nearly three-quarter-hour "Refried Boogie. However, rather than distracting their audience, it became one of rock & roll's first two-LP sets to make a substantial showing on the charts, reaching the Top 20. Not surprising as the rest of the album - essentially all of disc one - is as solid (if not arguably more so) than their previous long player Boogie with Canned Heat (1968).

The Blues White Album - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. Вышел Неизвестно В альбом вошло 10 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 51:22. Powerful Blues, listen with caution Lucky Peterson - Blues in My Blood. Lucky Peterson - The Son Of A Bluesman. Yer Blues (Remastered 2018). Lucky Peterson ‎– The Son Of A Bluesman. Charlie Musselwhite - A Nice Day for Something. Colin Linden - I Give Up - Music by the Bay Live 2016.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Smoky Babe Boogy
Written-By – Smoky Babe
A2 Avery Brady I Don't Want You No More 3:08
A3 Doug Quattlebaum Good Woman Blues 5:05
A4 Huddie Ledbetter Frankie And Albert, Parts 1+ 2 2:49
A5 Jimmy Brewer Big Road Blues
Written-By – Johnson*
A6 Big Joe Williams Long Road Blues 2:23
A7 Big Bill Broonzy You Better Mind
Arranged By – Broonzy*
B1 Clarence Edwards Mean Old Frisco
Written-By – Edwards*
B2 Bert Logan / Russ Logan / Big Joe Williams Four O'Clock In The Morning 2:44
B3 Big Joe Henry Miller* / Jimmy Lee Miller Down Here By Myself
Guitar – Jimmy Lee MillerVocals, Guitar – Big Joe Henry Miller*
B4 Arthur "Big Boy" Spires 21 Below Zero 2:38
B5 Johnny Young Green Door Blues 3:59
B6 Arthur Weston Roll Me Over Slow 2:38
C1 Champion Jack Dupree Back Door Special
Written-By – Dupree*
C2 Roosevelt Sykes Southern Style Piano
Written-By – Sykes*
C3 Henry Brown Low Down Drag
Written-By – Brown*
C4 Memphis Slim Funky Blues
Written-By – Chatman*
C5 Jimmy Yancey Yancey Special
Written-By – Yancey*
C6 Sunnyland Slim Sunnyland's Boogie
Written-By – Sunnyland Slim
D1 Speckled Red Cow Cow Blues
Written-By – Davenport*
D2 Otis Spann The Skies Are Blue
Written-By – Spann*
D3 Memphis Slim A Letter Home
Written-By – Chatman*
D4 Otis Spann Boots And Shoes
Written-By – Spann*
D5 Memphis Slim Rebecca Blues
Written-By – Chatman*
D6 Willie Mabon I'm The Fixer
Written-By – Dixon*, Mabon*
D7 Champion Jack Dupree I Just Want To Be Free
Written-By – Dupree*

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Storyville
  • Manufactured By – RTB Records


  • Concept By, Research, Compiled By, Supervised By, Compilation Producer – Wolfgang Michels
  • Cover, Painting – Hartmut Neumann
  • Liner Notes, Compiled By – Manfred Miller
  • Written-By – Trad.* (tracks: A2 to A4, A6, A7, B2 to B6)


(p)1979 Storyville
I-10 000

Originally produced and released as Cat. No. 6.28 470 in 1979 by TELDEC>>Telefunken-Decca<
The album got the "Deutschen Schallplattenpreis" = German Record Award for best Jazz & Blues album in 1979

Track B3, "Down Here By Myself" listed on the back cover as by "Big Joe Henry Miller" (Big Joe Henry Miller). I believe that this is actually "Big John Henry Miller" (Big John Henry Miller) (John Henry Miller), from Starkville, Mississippi (location as listed) and that the credits probably got mixed up using "Big Joe" instead of "Big John", especially because "Big Joe Williams" also appears on this release. I find a listing for Big John Henry Miller in the book "Blues: A Regional Experience", who died in Starkville, Mississippi in 1966 ( This is also Big John Henry Miller's only recording, and the song is also on these releases: Various - The Mississippi Blues, and Various - The Mississippi Blues. Added ANV for this track.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): 3220044 / I A 10281
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): 3220044 / I B 10281
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 3): 3220044 / II A 10281
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 4): 3220044 / II B 27281
  • Rights Society: SOKOJ

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
6.28 470 DP Various Give Me The Blues (The Living Tradition) ‎(2xLP, Comp, Gat) Storyville 6.28 470 DP Germany 1979