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Various - Streetwalking Blues flac album Performer: Various
Title: Streetwalking Blues
Style: Louisiana Blues, Chicago Blues, Piano Blues
Released: 1979
Country: US
MP3 album: 1223 mb
FLAC album: 1535 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: VQF MPC VOC VOX MP3 DTS WAV
Genre: Jazz / Blues

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Memphis Minnie Hustlin' Woman Blues
Bass – Bill SettlesGuitar, Vocals – Memphis MinniePiano – Black BobSteel Guitar – Casey Bill Weldon
A2 Maggie Jones Good Time Flat Blues
Cornet – Louis ArmstrongPiano – Fletcher Henderson
A3 Virginia Liston I've Got What It Takes
Featuring [Accompanied By] – Clarence Williams' Washboard Band*Piano – Clarence WilliamsTrumpet – Charles Gaines*Washboard – Floyd Casey
A4 Lil Johnson New Shave 'Em Dry
Guitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Black BobTrumpet – Mr. Sheiks
A5 Sam Theard She Skuffles That Ruff
A6 Billie Pierce I'm In The Racket
A7 C. Williams* Street Walkin' Blues
Featuring [Accompanied By] – Washboard Rhythm Boys
B1 Lonnie Johnson Crowin' Rooster Blues
Bass – Andrew Harris Guitar, Vocals – Lonnie Johnson Piano – Lil Armstrong*
B2 Georgia White Walking In The Street
Bass – John Lindsey*Guitar – Ikey RobinsonPiano – Richard M. Jones
B3 Ma Rainey Hustlin' Blues
Accompanied By – Ma Rainey's Tub Jug Washboard Band*Kazoo – Tampa RedPiano – Georgia Tom Dorsey*
B4 Clara Smith Kitchen Mechanic Blues
Banjo – Buddy ChristianPiano – Stanley MillerReeds – Bob Fuller
B5 Irene Scruggs Must Get Mine In Front
Piano – Little Brother Montgomery
B6 Bertha "Chippie" Hill Street Walker Blues
Banjo – Johnny St. CyrCornet – Shirley ClayPiano, Vocals – Richard M. JonesTrombone – Preston Jackson
B7 Lucille Bogan Shave 'Em Dry
Piano – Walter Roland

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Stash Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Stash Records
  • Pressed By – Goldisc Recording Products, Inc. – K-10575
  • Pressed By – Goldisc Recording Products, Inc. – K-10576

Credits

  • Artwork, Design – Naum Kazhdan
  • Engineer, Transferred By – Jack Towers, Jerry Valburn
  • Photography By [Cover] – Ernest Bellocq
  • Producer – Bernard Brightman
  • Typography – Madeline Sloan

Notes

ⓅⒸ Stash Records, Inc. 1979.
"NO PSEUDO OR ELECTRONIC RE-CHANNELING HAS BEEN ADDED"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): ST 117A K-10575 GOL
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): ST 117B K-10576 GOL

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
J-CD-626 Various Street Walkin’ Blues ‎(CD, Comp) Jass Records J-CD-626 US 1990


Comments: (1)
Frostdefender
Drawn from treasured and valuable historic 78 rpm single song recordings, this is a collection of dirty blues numbers sung by some of the best blues and entertainment artist from the first half of the 20th century.These were the sort of songs that would be injected into a live show to spice things up, to keep it interesting, and of course to give you something to talk about on Monday morning at work. All of the songs are sexual in their nature, are even more pornographic when sung by a woman, uncomplicated, laced with double entendres, and gathered here together for your pleasure. I’m not going to try and tell you to drop this album onto your turntable during an evening over dinner with friends, though it will cause a sly smile to inch across your face as you realize that sexual implications that have been inserted into contemporary songs have a long and rich heritage, and are nothing new. That being said, one can only imagine what place suggestive recordings like these held back in more conservative times, where album sides like these would be buried somewhere deep in the back of one’s record collection. With many of these tracks being nearly one hundred years old, they will seem oddly out of place with today’s sonically layered sound, as these songs are from an era that most of us have no connection to whatsoever, like back & white television with no remote control, it’s just interesting to note that this sort of music was considered over the top, raunchy, though inspirational in the fact that it’s never really fallen out of favor, more that it’s been repackaged for todays market, and has been since I first began listening to music.So consider this a novelty, or perhaps a musical history lesson of sorts, though in a either case, Street Walking Blues should be heard at least once. *** The Fun Facts: The album’s photo was taken in 1912 and is part of the E.J. Belllocq’s haunting collection prostitutes in New Orleans’ red light district of Storyville. The book is entitled Storyville Portraits. Areas were called ‘Red Light’ districts because those who worked on the trains (a lonely life much like sailors always being away from home), would stop in towns along the rail-line seeking a bit of female comfort, and would hang their red-lensed foul smelling lanterns outside of the houses, lighting up the whole area, inspiring the term ‘Red Light District.”Review by Jenell Kesler