The stuff that dreams are made of

Format: Music CD 2006
Availability: Available at 2 Libraries 2 of 2 copies
Available (2)
Location Collection Call #
CLP - Main Library Second Floor Film & Audio--Music Box Sets COMPACT DISC Cw Stu 41679
Location  CLP - Main Library
 
Collection  Second Floor Film & Audio--Music Box Sets
 
Call Number  COMPACT DISC Cw Stu 41679
 
 
Sewickley Public Library AV - Music CD R&B STU 2006
Location  Sewickley Public Library
 
Collection  AV - Music
 
Call Number  CD R&B STU 2006
 
 
Contents
Croquet habits (Freeny's Barn Dance Band)
Mississippi County Farm blues (Son House)
Up jumped the rabbit (Georgia Pot Lickers)
I'm going back home (Memphis Minnie & Joe McCoy)
Fightin' in the war with Spain (Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles)
Old Timbrook blues (John Byrd)
A little talk with Jesus (Ernest Phipps and his Holiness Singers)
Slidin' delta (Tommy Johnson)
Alabama blues (the Three Stripped Gears)
Rollin dough blues (Jack Gowdlock)
Ginseng blues (Kentucky Ramblers)
Police and high sheriff come ridin' down (Ollis Martin)
John Hardy blues (Roy Harvey & Jess Johston and the West Virginia Ramblers)
Original Stack O' Lee blues (Long "Cleeve" Reed & Little Harvey Hull (the Down Home Boys))
Two step de la prairie soileau (Amedie [i.e. Amédé] Ardoin & Dennis McGee)
Operator blues (Andrew & Jim Baxter)
The grey eagle (J.D. Harris)
Jim Strainer blues (Memphis Jug Band)
Ain't that trouble in mind (Grayson County Railsplitters)
Old rub alcohol blues (Dock Boggs)
Mistreatin' mama (Jaybird Coleman)
It's a rough road to Georgia (Henry Whitter)
Live the life (Rev. B.L. Wightman with Lottie Kimbrough & congregation)
Sweet mama (Yank Rachel with Sleepy John Estes & Jab Jones)
We all love Mother (Crowder Brothers)
Clarksdale moan (Son House)
Bull dog Sal (Ashley & Foster)
Down in Texas blues (Jesse "Babyface" Thomas)
Chicken don't roost too high (Georgia Pot Lickers)
I'm leavin' town (but I sure don't wanna go) (William Harris)
Wild cat rag (Asa Martin & Roy Hobbs)
Whoopee blues (King Solomon Hill)
Davey Crockett (Chubby Parker)
Skinny leg blues (Geeshie Wiley)
I'm gonna marry that pretty little girl (Sweet Brothers)
I shall not be moved (Blind Roosevelt Graves & Uaroy Graves)
Lonesome railroad blues (Smith & Irvine)
If I call you mama (Luke Jordon)
My mind is to marry (Grayson & Whitter)
Green river (Osey Helton)
Don't speak to me (Lottie Kimbrough)
Married man's blues (Wade Ward)
Sweet Betsey from Pike (Ken Maynard)
Boll weevil (Jaybird Coleman)
Bound steel blues (Bill Shepherd with Hayes Shepherd & Ed Webb)
Bells of love (Middle Georgia Singing Convention no. 1).

Additional Information
Subjects Old-time music.
Gospel music.
Blues (Music) -- To 1931.
Blues (Music) -- 1931-1940.
Publisher [Newton, N.J.] :Yazoo,2006
Contributors Nevins, Richard, producer.
House, Son, performer.
Memphis Minnie, 1897-1973, performer.
Kansas Joe, 1905-1950, performer.
Watts, Wilmer, 1897-1943, performer.
Byrd, John, performer.
Phipps, Ernest, performer.
Johnson, Tommy, approximately 1896-1956, performer.
Gowdlock, Jack, performer.
Martin, Ollis, performer.
Harvey, Roy, performer.
Johnston, Jess, 1898-1952, performer.
Reed, Long Cleve, performer.
Hull, Papa Harvey, performer.
Ardoin, Amadé, performer.
McGee, Dennis, performer.
Baxter, Andrew, performer.
Baxter, Jim (Musician), performer.
Harris, J. D. (Jared Dedrick), performer.
Boggs, Dock, 1898-1971, performer.
Coleman, Jaybird, performer.
Whitter, Henry, 1892-1941, performer.
Wightman, B. L., performer.
Beaman, Lottie, performer.
Rachell, Yank, performer.
Estes, Sleepy John, 1899-1977, performer.
Jones, Jab, performer.
Thomas, Jesse, 1911-1995, performer.
Harris, William (Blues musician), performer.
Martin, Asa, 1900-1979, performer.
Hobbs, Roy (Musician), performer.
Hill, King Solomon, 1897-1949, performer.
Parker, Chubby, performer.
Wiley, Geechie, performer.
Graves, Roosevelt, performer.
Graves, Uaroy, performer.
Jordan, Luke, performer.
Helton, Osey, performer.
Ward, Wade, performer.
Maynard, Ken, 1895-1973, performer.
Shepherd, Bill (Musician), performer.
Shepherd, Hayes, 1895-1952 performer.
Webb, Ed, performer.
Freeney's Barn Dance Band, performer.
Georgia Potlickers (Musical group), performer.
Lonely Eagles (Musical group), performer.
Holiness Singers, performer.
Three Stripped Gears (Musical group), performer.
Kentucky Ramblers (Blues group), performer.
West Virginia Ramblers, performer.
Down Home Boys, performer.
Memphis Jug Band, performer.
Grayson County Railsplitters, performer.
Crowder Brothers, performer.
Ashley & Foster, performer.
Sweet Brothers, performer.
Smith and Irvine, performer.
Grayson and Whitter, performer.
Middle Georgia Singing Convention No. 1, performer.
Participants/Performers Various performers.
Other Contributors Produced by Richard Nevins.
Language English
Notes Old-time, gospel, and blues music
"Dead Sea scrolls of record collecting! : super rarities & unissued gems of the 1920s & '30s"--Container.
Originally issued as 78 rpm discs; includes some previously unreleased material.
Compact discs; in container (19 cm.)
Program notes by Richard Nevins (19 p. : ill.) in container.
Description 2 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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