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V. A. (Columbia): Roots n'Blues. The Retrospective 1925–1950 ☆☆☆

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CD 1

  1. Charlie Poole with the North Carolina Ramblers: Whitehouse Blues - 3:25 (recorded September 20, 1926, in New York City, New York)
  2. Aiken Country String Band: High Sheriff - 2:53 (recorded September 19, 1927, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
  3. Frank Hutchison: The Last Scene of the Titanic - 3:30 (recorded April 29, 1927, in St. Louis, Missouri)
  4. Hersal Thomas: Suitcase Blues - 2:36 (recorded c. February 22, 1925, in Chicago, Illinois)
  5. The Reverend J.M. Gates: Death's Black Train is Coming - 3:11 (recorded April 24, 1926, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  6. Dora Carr: Cow Cow Blues - 2:50 (recorded October 1, 1925, in New York City, New York)
  7. Vance's Tennessee Breakdowners: Washington County Fox Chase - 2:57 (recorded September 22, 1927, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina)
  8. Fiddlin' John Carson: I'm Going to Take the Train to Charlotte - 3:05 (recorded August 10, 1928, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  9. Ernest V. Stoneman's Trio - Untitled (3:01 (recorded January 1, 1927, in New York City, New York)
  10. Whistler and His Jug Band: Low Down Blues - 2:56 (recorded April 29, 1927, in St. Louis, Missouri)
  11. Washington Phillips: Paul and Silas in Jail - 2:42 (recorded December 2, 1927, in Dallas, Texas)
  12. Barbecue Bob: Blind Pig Blues - 3:02 (recorded April 13, 1928, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  13. Austin and Lee Allen: Chattanooga Blues - 3:04 (recorded November 4, 1927, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  14. Sherman Tedder - Untitled (2:57 (recorded February 25, 1928, in Memphis, Tennessee)
  15. Dallas String Band with Coley Jones: Hokum Blues - 3:25 (recorded December 8, 1928, in Dallas, Texas)
  16. Gladys Bentley: Worried Blues - 2:45 (recorded August 8, 1928, in New York City, New York)
  17. Elizabeth Johnson: Empty Bed Blues, Part One - 3:02 (recorded June 26, 1928, in New York City, New York)
  18. Elizabeth Johnson: Empty Bed Blues, Part Two - 3:22 (recorded June 26, 1928, in New York City, New York)
  19. South Georgia Highballers: Blue Grass Twist - 2:48 (recorded October 5, 1927, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  20. Charlie Bowman and His Brothers: Moonshiner and His Money - 3:10 (recorded February 20, 1929, in New York City, New York)
  21. Clarence Horton Greene: Johnson City Blues - 2:57 (recorded October 15, 1928, in Johnson City, Tennessee)
  22. The Reverend Johnny Blakey, assisted by the Sanctified Singers: Warming By The Devil's Fire - 3:25 (recorded December 6, 1928, in Chicago, Illinois)
  23. Papa Too Sweet & Harry Jones: (Honey) It's Tight Like That - 2:36 (recorded December 11, 1928, in Chicago, Illinois)
  24. Mississippi John Hurt: Big Leg Blues - 2:51 (recorded December 21, 1928, in New York City, New York)
  25. Daniels-Deason Sacred Harp Singers: Hallelujah - 2:58 (recorded October 24, 1928, in Atlanta, Georgia)

CD 2

  1. Herschel Brown and His Happy Five: Liberty - 2:54 (recorded March 19, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  2. Mamie Smith: My Sportin' Man - 2:58 (recorded March 30, 1929, in New York City, New York)
  3. Blues Birdhead: Mean Low Blues - 3:13 (recorded October 13, 1929, in Richmond, Virginia)
  4. Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley: C.C. & O. Blues - 3:05 (recorded April 14, 1928, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  5. The OKeh Atlanta Sacred Harp Singers: Ortonville - 3:11 (recorded March 18, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  6. Slim Doucet: Dear Black Eyes (Chere Yeux Noirs) - 3:00 (recorded March 20, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  7. Roosevelt Sykes: Roosevelt Blues - 2:47 (recorded November 16, 1929, in Chicago, Illinois)
  8. The Hokum Boys: Gin Mill Blues - 3:27 (recorded November 16, 1929, in Chicago, Illinois)
  9. Joe Falcon, accompanied by Clemo and Ophy Breaux: Osson - 2:56 (recorded April 18, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  10. W.T. Narmour & S.W. Smith: Sweet Milk and Peaches (Breakdown) - 3:11 (recorded September 25, 1929, in New York City, New York)
  11. Gid Tanner and the Skillet Lickers, with Riley Puckett & Clayton McMichen: Soldier's Joy - 2:54 (recorded October 29, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  12. Whistlin' Alex Moore: They May Not Be My Toes - 3:02 (recorded December 5, 1929, in Dallas, Texas)
  13. Mississippi Sheiks: The Jazz Fiddler - 3:13 (recorded February 17, 1930, in Shreveport, Louisiana)
  14. Lonnie Johnson: I Have To Do My Time - 3:09 (recorded August 5, 1930, in New York City, New York)
  15. Tom Darby and Jimmie Tarlton: Lonesome Frisco Line - 3:17 (recorded October 31, 1929, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  16. Roy Harvey and Leonard Copeland: Back to the Blue Ridge - 2:55 (recorded June 30, 1930, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  17. Buster Carter and Preston Young: Darn Good Girl - 2:51 (recorded June 26, 1931, in New York City, New York)
  18. Bo Carter: West Jackson Blues - 3:17 (recorded June 10, 1930, in San Antonio, Texas)
  19. Lonnie Johnson and Clara Smith (as Violet Green): You Had Too Much - 3:19 (recorded October 31, 1930, in New York City, New York)
  20. Silver Leaf Quartet: Oh! Glory Glory - 3:13 (recorded March 20, 1931, in New York City, New York)
  21. Freeny's Barn Dance Band: Don't You Remember the Time - 3:16 (recorded December 16, 1930, in Jackson, Mississippi)
  22. Pelican Wildcats: Walkin' Georgia Blues - 2:56 (recorded October 27, 1931, in Atlanta, Georgia)
  23. Peetie Wheatstraw (The Devil's Son-in-Law): Police Station Blues - 3:03 (recorded March 15, 1932, in New York City, New York)
  24. Tindley Quaker City Gospel Singers: Hallelujah Side - 3:16 (recorded March 8, 1932, in New York City, New York)
  25. Will Batts: Highway #61 Blues - 2:42 (recorded August 3, 1933, in New York City, New York)

CD 3

  1. W. Lee O'Daniel and His Light Crust Doughboys: Doughboys Theme Song #1 - 0:41 (recorded c. April 1934 in San Antonio, Texas)
  2. W. Lee O'Daniel and His Hillbilly Boys: Ida (Sweet as Apple Cider) - 3:09 (recorded November 21, 1936, in San Antonio, Texas)
  3. W. Lee O'Daniel and His Light Crust Doughboys: Doughboys Theme Song #2 - 0:29 (recorded c. April 1934 in San Antonio, Texas)
  4. Blind Willie McTell & Partner: Bell Street Lightnin' - 2:52 (recorded September 21, 1933, in New York City, New York)
  5. Charlie Patton: Jersey Bull Blues - 3:04 (recorded January 30, 1934, in New York City, New York)
  6. Walter Roland: Every Morning Blues - 2:44 (recorded August 2, 1934, in New York City, New York)
  7. Blue Ridge Ramblers: D Blues - 2:48 (recorded February 14, 1935, in New York City, New York)
  8. Breaux Freres: La valse des yeux bleu (Blue Eyes Waltz) - 3:11 (recorded October 9, 1934, in San Antonio, Texas)
  9. Lucille Bogan (as Bessie Jackson): Skin Game Blues - 2:57 (recorded March 8, 1935, in New York City, New York)
  10. Leroy Carr with Scrapper Blackwell: Good Woman Blues - 2:57 (recorded December 14, 1934, in New York City, New York)
  11. Josh White (as Pinewood Tom): Sissy Man - 2:49 (recorded March 18, 1935, in New York City, New York)
  12. The Rhythm Wreckers: Blue Yodel #2 (My Lovin' Gal Lucille) - 2:46 (recorded March 27, 1937, in Los Angeles, California)
  13. The Anglin Twins (Jack and Jim): Just Inside The Pearly Gates - 2:25 (recorded November 5, 1937, in San Antonio, Texas)
  14. Bumble Bee Slim (Amos Easton): Hard Rocks in My Bed - 2:40 (recorded February 6, 1936, in Chicago, Illinois)
  15. The Two Charlies: Tired Feelin' Blues - 3:03 (recorded April 10, 1936, in New York City, New York)
  16. Eldon Baker with His Brown County Revellers: One Eyed Sam - 2:51 (recorded June 5, 1938, in Chicago, Illinois)
  17. A'nt Idy Harper with The Coon Creek Girls: Poor Naomi Wise - 3:36 (recorded June 30, 1938, in Chicago, Illinois)
  18. (Kid) Prince Moore: South Bound Blues - 3:01 (recorded April 10, 1936, in New York City, New York)
  19. Big Bill Broonzy: C & A Blues - 2:58 (recorded June 20, 1935, in Chicago, Illinois)
  20. George Curry: My Last Five Dollars - 2:36 (recorded November 2, 1938, in Chicago, Illinois)
  21. The Nite Owls: Memphis Blues - 2:21 (recorded June 12, 1938, in Dallas, Texas)
  22. The Alley Boys of Abbeville: Pourquoi tu m'aime pas - 3:46 (recorded June 30, 1939, in Memphis, Tennessee)
  23. Reverend Benny Campbell: Have Mercy on Me - 2:32 (recorded November 8, 1938, in Columbia, South Carolina)
  24. Albert Ammons: Shout For Joy - 2:25 (recorded December 30, 1938, in New York City, New York)
  25. Jack Kelly: Flower Blues - 2:30 (recorded July 14, 1939, in Memphis, Tennessee)
  26. Cliff Carlisle (as Bob Clifford): Onion Eating Mama - 2:54 (recorded August 29, 1934, in New York City, New York)
  27. Callahan Bros.: Brown's Ferry Blues #2 - 3:06 (recorded April 11, 1935, in New York City, New York)
  28. Little Buddy Doyle: Slick Capers Blues - 2:35 (recorded July 1, 1939, in Memphis, Tennessee)
  29. Bill "Jazz" Gillum (as Bill McKinley): Poor Boy Blues - 2:54 (recorded May 2, 1941, in Chicago, Illinois)

CD 4

  1. Frank Edwards: We Got To Get Together - 2:36 (recorded May 28, 1941, in Chicago, Illinois)
  2. Sweet Violet Boys: You Got To See Mama Ev'ry Night (Or You Can't See Mama At All) - 2:49) (recordcd February 15, 1940, in Chicago, Illinois)
  3. The Humbard Family: I'll Fly Away - 2:49 (recorded April 17, 1940, in Dallas, Texas)
  4. Tony Hollins: Cross Cut Saw Blues - 2:48 (recorded June 3, 1941, in Chicago, Illinois)
  5. Peter Cleighton: Black Snake Blues - 2:51 (recorded July 1, 1941, in Chicago, Illinois)
  6. Black Cats and the Kitten: Step It Up and Go - 2:48 (recorded October 21, 1940, in Chicago, Illinois)
  7. Bob and Randall Atcher: Papa's Going Crazy, Mama's Going Mad - 2:38 (recorded June 13, 1940, in Chicago, Illinois)
  8. Adolf Hofner and His San Antonians: Cotton-Eyed Joe - 2:29 (recorded February 28, 1941, in Dallas, Texas)
  9. Poor Boy Burke: Old Vets Blues - 2:53 (recorded November 21, 1941, in Chicago, Illinois)
  10. Little Son Joe: Black Rat Swing - 2:52 (recorded December 12, 1941, in Chicago, Illinois)
  11. Big Maceo Merriweather: Macy Special - 2:42 (recorded February 19, 1945, in Chicago, Illinois)
  12. Light Crust Doughboys, with J.B. Brinkley: It's Funny What Love Will Make You Do - 2:47 (recorded March 3, 1941, in Dallas, Texas)
  13. Hank Penny and His Radio Cowboys: Army Blues - 2:36 (recorded June 29, 1941, in Charlotte, North Carolina)
  14. James (Beale Street) Clark: Who But You - 2:38 (recorded October 24, 1945, in Chicago, Illinois)
  15. Homer Harris: Tomorrow May Be Too Late - 3:05 (recorded September 27, 1946, in Chicago, Illinois)
  16. Muddy Waters (as McKinley Morganfield): Burying Ground Blues - 2:30 (recorded September 27, 1946, in Chicago, Illinois)
  17. Bill Monroe and His Blue Grass Boys: Goodbye Old Pal - 2:23 (recorded February 13, 1945, in Nashville, Tennessee)
  18. Gene Autry: Dixie Cannonball - 2:40 (recorded September 9, 1946, in Hollywood, California)
  19. Bill Landford and The Landfordaires: Run On For A Long Time - 2:34 (recorded December 15, 1949, in Memphis, Tennessee)
  20. Big Joe Williams: Baby, Please Don't Go - 2:57 (recorded July 22, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois)
  21. Sister Myrtle Fields accompanied by Austin McCoy Trio: I"m Toiling - 2:43 (recorded January 7, 1950, in Hollywood, California)
  22. Willie (Boodle It) Right: Two By Four Blues - 2:56 (recorded October 7, 1940, in Chicago, Illinois)
  23. Bailes Bros.: You Can't Go Halfway (And Get In) - 2:46 (recorded December 21, 1947, location not listed)
  24. Molly O'Day and the Cumberland Mountain Folks: Heaven's Radio - 2:49 (recorded June 20, 1950, in Nashville, Tennessee)
  25. Rosetta Howard: Plow Hand Blues - 2:46 (recorded December 20, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois)
  26. Memphis Seven: Grunt Meat Blues - 2:47 (recorded October 4, 1947, in Chicago, Illinois)
  27. Deep South Boys: Until I Found The Lord - 2:25 (recorded December 20, 1947, in Nashville, Tennessee)
  28. Brother Porter and Brother Cook: I Know My Jesus Won't Deny Me - 2:41 (recorded July 11, 1950, in New York City, New York)
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Datum (JJJJ MM TT)
– 1992 06 30 (Ed.) [D]
– 1950-1925 (Rec.)
Label
– Columbia C4K 47911  [D]
Genre(s)
– Americana - Blues - Countryblues [D]
Produzent(en)
– Verschiedene  
Tags
– Archivrelease [Tag]
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  • Compilation Producer, Executive-Producer: Lawrence Cohn
  • Engineer [Digital Restoration & Engineering]: Mark Wilder
  • Executive-Producer: Gary Pacheco
  • Remastering [Digital Remastering]: David Mitson

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