Album Delta Blues Heavy Hitters 1927-1931. Some girls wear short dresses, and these married women wears 'em too Some girls wear short dresses, and these married women wears 'em too That's the reason single men, Lord, don't know what we want to do. When the proper judges make these women let these dresses down When the proper judges make these women let these dresses down Told that tremblin' soul, doggone, what you learnin' in town.
Acoustic Blues Delta Blues Pre-War Country Blues Regional Blues. Delta Blues Heavy Hitters, 1927-1931.
Album Delta Blues Heavy Hitters 1927-1931. Outside Woman Blues Lyrics. When you lose your money, great God, don't lose your mind When you lose your money, great God, don't lose your mind, hmm hmm And when you lose your woman, please don't fool with mine. Outside Woman Blues is one of Reynold’s most famous songs out of his limited catalog. Interpoling Ida Cox’s Four Day Creep he spins the song with a semi- misogynist tone and a loud slide guitar. The song was famously covered by the rock band Cream on their album Disraeli Gears, and surprisingly enough Reynolds was still alive to hear the recording. Outside Woman Blues" Track Info. Written By Blind Joe Reynolds. Cover By. Outside Woman Blues by Cream. Delta Blues Heavy Hitters 1927-1931 Various Artists.
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William Harris, Ollis Martin Wiliam Harris - I'm Leavin' Town (But I Sho' Don't Wanna Go) (GEX-743-B) @ youtube Ollis Martin - Police And High Sheriff Come Ridin' Down (GEX-780-) rec. c. July 18, 1927 in Birmingham, AL; William Harris, voc, prob. g; Joe Robinson, g, sp rec. August 1927. Mississippi Blues Vol. 1 (1927-1942) Jelly Jaw Short (. Short) - Snake Doctor Blues Blind Joe Amos - C & O Blues William Harris - Early Mornin' Blues Sam Collins - Signifyin' Blues Charley Patton & Henry Sims - Mean Black Moan - Jesus Is A Dying-Bed Maker Robert Wilkins - Rolling Stone, part 1 & 2 Isaiah Nettles (The Mississippi Moaner) - Mississippi Moan Skip James - Cypress Grove Blues Son.
Ouside Woman Blues by Blind Joe (Willie) Reynolds. Fare Thee Well Blues (1930) by Joe Calicott. Bullfrog Blues (1928) by William Harris. 8. The Moaning Blues (1927) by John D. Fox. 9. Pick Poor Robin Clean (1931) duet by Geeshie Wiley and Elvie Thomas. 10. Outside Woman Blues (1930) by Blind Joe Reynolds. 11. Gone Dead Train (1932) by King Solomon Hill. 12. Cottonfield Blues, part 1 (1929) by Garfield Akers. 13. Cottonfield Blues, part 2 (1929) by Garfield Akers. 14. Hot Time Blues (1928) by William Harris. 15. Skinny Legs Blues (1930) by Geeshie Wiley. 16, Third Street Woman Blues (1930) by Blind Joe Reynolds. If you feel like you've exhausted all the Delta and Mississippi blues from Patton to . Published on June 10, 2004.
Nehemiah Curtis "Skip" James (June 9, 1902 – October 3, 1969) was an American Delta blues singer, guitarist, pianist and songwriter. His guitar playing is noted for its dark, minor-key sound, played in an open D-minor tuning with an intricate fingerpicking technique. James first recorded for Paramount Records in 1931, but these recordings sold poorly, having been released during the Great Depression, and he drifted into obscurity.
Personnel: Skip James - Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar, Vocals. Shortly after his triumphant resurrection at the 1964 Newport Folk Festival, Skip James returned to the recording studio for the first time in over three decades to cut the 12 sides which comprise the superb Greatest of the Delta Blues Singers, a career-capping overview which reprises some of the songs from his 1931 Paramount sessions and introduces a half-dozen new compositions.
|A1||–William Harris||I'm Leavin' Town|
|A2||–William Harris||Early Morning Blues|
|A3||–William Harris||Hot Time Blues|
|A4||–William Harris||Kitchen Range Blues|
|A5||–William Harris||Bull Frog Blues|
|A6||–William Harris||Keep Your Man Out Of Birmingham|
|A7||–William Harris||Electric Chair Blues|
|A8||–William Harris||Kansas City Blues|
|B1||–Blind Joe Reynolds||Married Man Blues|
|B2||–Blind Joe Reynolds||Third Street Woman Blues|
|B3||–Blind Joe Reynolds||Outside Woman Blues|
|B4||–Blind Joe Reynolds||Nehi Blues|
|B5||–Skip James||Yola My Blues Away|
|B6||–Skip James||Illinois Blues|
|B7||–Skip James||Devil Got My Woman|
- Record Company – Herwin Records, Inc.
- Artwork – Nova Graphics*
- Guitar – Joe Robinson (tracks: A1 to A8)
- Liner Notes – Steve Calt*
- Mastered By – Nick Perls
- Producer – Bernard Klatzko
- Vocals, Guitar – Blind Joe Reynolds (tracks: B1 to B4), Skip James (tracks: B5 to B7), William Harris (tracks: A1 to A8)
NotesA1: Birmingham, Alabama, c. 18 July 1927.
A4, A6 to A8: Richmond, Indiana 9 October 1928.
A5: Richmond, Indiana 10 October 1928.
A2, A3: Richmond, Indiana 11 October 1928.
B1, B2: Memphis, Tenn. 26 November 1930.
B3, B4: Grafton, Wis. c. February 1930.
B5 to B7: Grafton, Wis. February 1931.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): HERWIN 214 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): HERWIN 214 B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A printed on label): H-214-A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B printed on label): H-214-B