When the sun goes down the secret history of rock & roll.

Format: Music CD 2002
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
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CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio--Music Box Sets COMPACT DISC Bl Whe 23351
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio--Music Box Sets
 
Call Number  COMPACT DISC Bl Whe 23351
 
 
Penn Hills Library Audio Visual CD #3365 JAZ
Location  Penn Hills Library
 
Collection  Audio Visual
 
Call Number  CD #3365 JAZ
 
 
Contents
v. 1, Walk right in. Catfish blues (Robert Petway). Baby, please don't go (Big Joe Williams). Ham an' eggs (Leadbelly). Mississippi River blues (Big Bill Broonzy). Just a good woman through with the blues (Trixie Butler). Garbage man blues (Milton Brown & his Musical Brownies). The Panama Limited (Bukka "Washington" White). Cool drink of water blues (Tommy Johnson). The midnight special (Leadbelly). Worried man blues (Carter Family). Blues de voyage (Amédé Ardoin & Denus McGee). K.C. railroad blues (Andrew & Jim Baxter). Somebody's been stealin' (Rev. J.M. Gates). Beale Street blues (Alberta Hunter). Devil in the wood pile (Noah Lewis). Walk right in (Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers). Ninety-nine year blues (Julius Daniels). Got cut all to pieces (Bessie Tucker). Feather bed (Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers). Can't put a bridle on that mule this morning (Julius Daniels). Davidson County blues (Deford Bailey). Frankie and Johnny (Frank Crumit). Dixie bo-bo (Taskania Four). Sometimes I feel like a motherless child (Paul Robeson). St. Louis blues (the Hall Johnson Choir)
v. 2, The first time I met the blues. Telephoning the blues (Victoria Spivey). Viola Lee blues (Gus Cannon's Jug Stompers). Haven't got a dollar to pay your house rent man (Genevieve Davis). Saturday blues (Ishman Bracey). When I woke up this morning she was gone (Jim Jackson). Canned heat blues (Tommy Johnson). Statesboro blues (Blind Willie McTell). Stealin', stealin' (Memphis Jug Band). Judge harsh blues (Furry Lewis). Rent man blues (Edna Winston). I don't care what you say (Harris & Harris). I hate a man like you (Lizzie Miles). 'Tain't nobody's business if I do, pt. 1 (Frank Stokes). I'm a mighty tight woman (Sippie Wallace). Blue yodel # 9 (Jimmie Rodgers). The girl I love, she got long, curly hair (Sleepy John Estes). Don't want no woman (McCoy & Johnson). Cocaine habit blues (Memphis Jug Band). Married woman blues (Blind Willie Reynolds). Red nightgown blues (Jimmie Davis). Hardworking woman (Mississippi Matilda). Doubled up in a knot (Bo Carter). If you want me, baby (Daddy Stovepipe & Mississippi Sarah). Sales tax (the Mississippi Sheiks)
v. 3, That's Chicago's South Side. That's Chicago's South Side (Sam Theard). Peetie Wheatstraw (Pete Wheatstraw). Devil's Island gin blues (Roosevelt Sykes). Sail on, little girl, sail on (Amos Easton). Black gal, what makes your head so hard? (Joe Pullum). I lost my baby (Lil Johnson). Keep your hands off her (Big Bill Broonzy). When the sun goes down (Leroy Carr). Selling my pork chops (Minnie McCoy). Every day I have the blues (Pine Top). Sweet sixteen (Walter Davis). Honky tonk train blues (Meade Lux Lewis). Trouble in mind (Richard M. Jones). He roars like a lion (Merline Johnson). Prowling night hawk (Robert Lee McCoy). Good morning school girl (Sonny Boy Williamson). You got to fix it (Speckled Red). Bucket's got a hole in it (Washboard Sam). Bottle it up and go (Tommy McClennan). Key to the highway (Jazz Gillum). Don't you lie to me (Tampa Red). What is that she got (Johnny Temple). Going down slow (St. Louis Jimmy). Hobo blues (Yank Rachel). He's a jelly roll baker (Lonnie Johnson)
v. 4, That's all right. Pearl Harbor blues (Doctor Clayton). My buddy blues (the Five Breezes). Worried life blues (Big Maceo). I'd rather drink muddy water (the Cats & a Fiddle). Grinder man blues (Memphis Slim). Walkin' the boogie (Pete Johnson & Albert Ammons). Why don't you do right (Lil Green). Little boy blue (Robert Lockwood). Angels in Harlem (Doctor Clayton). Illinois blues (Sunnyland Slim). Chicago is just that way (Eddie Boyd). That's all right (Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup). Get the mop (Henry "Red" Allen). Look on yonder wall (Jazz Gillum). Anytime is the right time (Roosevelt Sykes Trio). When things go wrong with you (Tampa Red). Dust my broom (Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup). Soap and water blues (Washboard Sam). Rockin' with Red (Piano Red). Sweet little angel (Tampa Red). My baby left me (Arthur "Big Boy" Crudup). How blue can you get (downhearted) (Johnny Moore's Three Blazers). Right string, but the wrong yo-yo (Piano Red). Ride and roll (Sonny Terry). Get rich quick (Little Richard).

Additional Information
Subjects Blues (Music)
Rock music -- To 1961.
African Americans -- Music.
Publisher New York, NY :Bluebird :2002
BMG Distribution,
Other Titles Secret history of rock & roll
Secret history of rock and roll
Participants/Performers Various performers.
Other Contributors Reissue produced by Barry Feldman and Colin Escott.
Language English
Notes Bluebird: 09026-64006-2 (09026-63986-2, 09026-63987-2, 09026-63988-2, 09026-63989-2).
Title from container.
Compact discs; 4 containers, in box.
Program notes by David Evans and Colin Escott included.
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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