Title: The Story Of The Blues
Style: Country Blues, Texas Blues, Chicago Blues, Piedmont Blues, Delta Blues, Piano Blues
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Various, Paul Oliver – The Story Of The Blues. Label: Cbs – 66218, cbs – M 63572, cbs – M 63573. This release supports the eponymous book by Oliver, containing over 500 images to accompany the text: Originally published by Barrie and Rockliff, The Crescent Press). Tracks info - : The Origin Of The Blues. 1927-1964 A1: Nangodi, Northern Territory, Ghana, June 1964. Public Domain) A2: New York City.
In a literary career that spanned more than half a century, Oliver wrote ten books about various aspects of the blues, with the emphasis on the artists who recorded, and the music they made, from the mid-1920s to the outbreak of World War Two. In 1960 Oliver's second book 'Blues Fell This Morning' set the benchmark for all subsequent blues literature. It's still universally acclaimed to this day and has been in print ever since.
Are you sure you want to remove The story of the blues from your list? The story of the blues. Published 1998 by Northeastern University Press in Boston, Mass. In library, Musiciens noirs américains, History and criticism, Bluesmusiker, African American musicians, Histoire et critique, Musiciens de blues, Blues (Music), Blues, Blues musicians.
Paul Hereford Oliver MBE (25 May 1927 – 15 August 2017) was an English architectural historian and writer on the blues and other forms of African-American music. He was equally distinguished in both fields, although it is likely that aficionados of one of his specialties were not aware of his expertise in the other.
Lewis Black - "Gravel Camp Blues". 2. Bob Campbell - "Starvation Farm Blues". 3. Barbecue Bob - "Chocolate To The Bone". 4. Stovepipe No 1 & David Crockett - "Court Street Blues". 5. Texas Alexander - "When You Get To Thinking". Barefoot Bill - "Bad Boy". 10. Kansas Joe And Memphis Minnie - "When The Levee Breaks". 11. Blind Boy Fuller - "When You Are Gone".
Paul Oliver, a Briton who wrote some of the earliest and most authoritative histories of one of America’s great indigenous musical forms, the blues, died on Tuesday in od, Oxfordshire, England. He was 90. His death was confirmed by Michael Roach, the co-executor of his estate. Mr. Oliver first heard black American music as a teenager in England during World War II. While he was gathering crops for the war effort at a harvest camp in Suffolk, not far from an American military base, a friend asked him if he wanted to hear something unusual.
The Story of the Blues. Blues Fell This Morning: Meaning in the Blues. This second album, entitled "The Blues," tells a story just as amazingly as this one, and there is no overlap of songs! Side 2 begins with what for my money is the finest blues instrumental ever waxed: Jimmy Yancey's 1940 performance of his "How Long Blues.
Author: Christian O'Connell Title: Blues, how do you do? : Paul Oliver and the transatlantic story of the blues Publisher: University of Michigan Press Publication Date: 8/12/2015 ISBN: 9780472072675 Hardcover (English).
A documentary history of the blues on record compiled by Paul Oliver. Side One: The Origins of the Blues 01. Fra-Fra Tribesmen –Yarum Praise Songs (Traditional) 02. Mississippi John Hurt –Stack O’ Lee Blues (Traditional) 03. Blind Willie McTell –Travelin’ Blues (McTell) 04. Charley Patton –Stone Pony Blues (Patton) 05. Blind Lemon Jefferson –Black Snake Moan (. Bo Carter –Sorry Feeling Blues (?) 22. Robert Johnson –Little Queen Of Spades (Johnson) 23. Bukka White –Parchman Farm Blues (White) 24. Memphis Minnie –Me And My Chauffeur Blues (M. Lawlar). Side Four: World War II and After 25. Blind Boy Fuller, Sonny Terry –I Want Some Of Your Pie (F. Allan) 26. Brownie McGhee –Million Lonesome Women (B. McGhee) 27. Joe Williams, Sonny Boy Williamson –Wild Cow Moan (Williams) 28.