||Blues Summit (2004) |
Recording information: Ash Grove, Hollywood, CA (1961).
||Blowin' The Fuses (1996) |
This mid-priced 12-track compilation album presents six performances from an early-'60s Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee appearance at the Troubadour (the album cover says 1961, the liner notes 1962), two studio recordings from the same era, and four bonus tracks ...
||Rainy Day (1989) |
Track Listing: Blues Had a Baby, The; I'm Going to Keep on Loving; Walk On; Rainy Day; Christina; Don't Dog Your Woman; Mean and Evil; Wine Sporty Orty; Blues Is Truth; Bunkhouse; Key to the Highway; Blues on Parade;
||Blues Six Pack (2009) |
Track Listing: Born To Live the Blues; Midnight Special; Key To the Highway; California Blues; Sonny's Squall; One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer;
||Les Incontournables (2001) |
Fantasy/Bluesville recordings from blues icons Brownie McGhee and Sonny Terry are combined on this 16-song CD.
This French edition is digitally remastered and comes in a limited-edition digipak.
Digitally remastered collection of the recordings by great bluesmen that come from the Fantasy/Bluesville ...
||Blues Legends In London (2003) |
Famed country-blues duo Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee were leading lights in the American blues invasion of Europe, being among the first US blues performers to play and record in the UK. This release is culled from a 1958 London ...
Brownie Mcghee Appears on
||Deadwood: Music From the HBO Original Series (2005) |
Enthusiasts of the acclaimed HBO series DEADWOOD will love this well-selected soundtrack. In addition to its excellent song selection, which features musical highlights from the program's first season, the album includes snippets of dialogue from the show. Memorable exchanges between ...
American Originals (1993)
Includes liner notes by Vicki Arkoff, Mark And Brian, and Andy Griffith.
Digitally remastered by Larry Walsh (1992, Capitol Recording Studios, Hollywood, California).
American Originals unexpectedly revived Andy Griffith's musical career. Thanks to a series of television commercials, the album became a ...
||Brownie Mcghee & Sonny Terry|
Long Way from Home (1998)
A LONG WAY FROM HOME contains six tracks from I COULDN'T BELIEVE MY EYES.
Digitally remastered by Erick Labson at MCA Music Media Studios, North Hollywood, California.
Music from Brownie and Sonny's latter period, circa March and September of 1969. This combines ...
|Brownie Mcghee & Sonny Terry|
Sonny & Brownie at Sugar Hill (1961) Top Seller
Digitally remastered by Phil De Lancie (1991, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley).
As anyone who knows their work is aware, there is no shortage of live recordings of Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee (indeed, it sometimes seems as though tapes exist of every ...
Prestige Profiles, Vol. 8 (2005) Top Seller
Although Prestige was primarily known as a jazz label, they did host some superb blues artists, including the brilliant, idiosyncratic Texas guitarist Lightnin' Hopkins. Hopkins was only with Prestige for a spell in the early 1960s, but this excellent 16-track ...
|Big Joe Williams|
Blues Bash (1960) Top Seller
Track Listing: Chain Gang Blues; Buked and Scorned; Razor Sharp Blues; Stool Pigeon Blues; Brand New Car; Blues For Gamblers; Ball of Twine; Great Gospel Blues;
Complete OKeh Sessions 1952-1955 (1994)
There's very little that's subtle about the room-shaking music of Big Maybelle. Decades later, the power in these 26 tracks is still palpable. With her bold, gritty sound, she comes off like nothing so much as a female Howlin' Wolf, ...
Complete Recordings 1938-1945 (1996)
Recording information: Chicago, IL (1938-1945); New York, NY (1938-1945); Washington D.C (1938-1945).
Personnel: Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee (vocals, harmonica, accordion); Sonny Terry (vocals, harmonica); Alex Seward, Woody Guthrie (vocals, guitar); Hariston, Blind Boy Fuller (guitar); Jordan Webb (harmonica); Bob Gaddy ...
Hallelujah What a Song (2002)
Marie Knight belongs to the select group of great soloists in the history of Afro-American gospel. This 22 track compilation features her work from 1946-51, and includes her collaborations with the Sam Price Trio/Quartet, the Nightingales, Sister Rosetta
Contains 22 tracks.
South Side Shake 1945-1951 (1998)
This collection comes with a 35-page booklet which includes the thoughts of Milt Hinton, Doc Pomus, Al Rose, Dick Hyman and others.
Personnel: Dan Burley (vocals, piano); Hot Lips Page (vocals, trumpet); Lionel Hampton (vocals, vibraphone); Vanita Smythe (vocals); Danny Barker ...
Where Did You Sleep Last Night: Lead Belly Legacy, Vol. 1 (1996)
WHERE DID YOU SLEEP LAST NIGHT? is, in part, a reissue of the first two volumes (Folkways 2004 and 2014) of the four-volume set LEADBELLY'S LEGACY, originally released on 10-inch LPs in the early 1950s. WHERE DID YOU SLEEP uses ...
||Champion Jack Dupree|
Early Cuts from a Singer, Pianist and Songwriter (2009)
Champion Jack Dupree began his musical journey as a barrelhouse New Orleans piano player, and elements of that driving style stayed with him throughout his 50-year recording career (he first cut a record in 1940 and was still active as ...
Back Porch Boys (2002)
The music on this compilation performed by Champion Jack Dupree was originally issued under the name Duke Bayou & His Mystic Six.
The name Guitar Slim has been used several times in the blues world. The most famous Guitar Slim was ...
||Late Night Blues (2004) |
A collection of brooding chill-out blues classics, Late Night Blues has a weary, broken-down feel perfect for the wee hours of the morning when all the bars are closed, when the night is shading forward toward dawn, and there is ...
||Brownie Mcghee & Sonny Terry|
At the Bunkhouse (1965)
Recorded live at The Bunkhouse, Vancouver, Canada.
Personnel: Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee (vocals, harmonica).
Personnel: Brownie McGhee (vocals, guitar); Sonny Terry (vocals, harmonica).
Complete Recordings, Vol. 3: 1935 - 1941 (2000)
This disc contains the Georgia Cotton Pickers songs on which Buddy Moss played on December 7, 1930. Although he is playing harmonica rather than guitar, they're necessary for any completists, and Bob's work is so closely related to Moss's music, ...
Complete Works, Vol. 2: 1951 - 1953 (1994)
Ralph Willis' THE COMPLETE RECORDINGS, VOL. TWO also includes eight tracks by Leroy Dallas, another player of the Piedmont-style blues--six were recorded in 1949, two were recorded in 1962.
East coast bluesman Ralph Willis originated in Alabama, spent a lot of ...
||Hollywood Hootenanny (2012) |
Track Listing: Foolish Questions; Pastures Of Plenty; Railroad Bill; Trouble In Mind; Thunder 'N' Lightnin'; Things I've Seen; Early In The Morning; Puff The Magic Dragon; Hong Kong Blues; Land Of Odin; If I Had A Hammer;
||Brownie Mcghee & Sonny Terry|
Brownie McGhee & Sonny Terry at the 2nd Fret (1963)
Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee were the ultimate blues duo; McGhee's stylized singing and light, flickering guitar was wonderfully contrasted by Terry's sweeping, whirling harmonica solos and intense, country-tinged singing. They were in great form during the ten tunes featured ...