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Mississippi John Hurt - The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 2, Pt. 1 album download
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Mississippi John Hurt - The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 2, Pt. 1 album download

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Tracklist: 1. Monday Morning Blues 2. Nobody's Dirty Business 3. If You Don't Want Me 4. Spike Driver (John Henry) 5. Salty Dog 6. My Creole Belle 7. Casey Jones 8. Beulah Land 9. Waiting for You (I Forgive You Before I Go) 10. Stackolee (Alternate Version) (Alternate Version) 11. Walking the Floor over You 12. Camp Meeting Tonight on the Old Camp Ground 13. Blessed Be the Name of the Lord 14. When the Roll Is Called up Yonder 15. Blind Man Sit in the Way and Cried 16. Glory to His Name 17. I'll Fly Away 18. The Ten Virgins (When the Bridegroom Comes) 19. Avalon Blues 20. Cow H. .

The story behind these sessions is typical for bluesmen of Mississippi John Hurt's generation. Hurt made some milestone recordings in the late '20s and then disappeared. He was tracked down by a young blues hound in the early '60s, at the height of the folk/blues boom. In 1964, Hurt ran through his influential repertoire for a series of recordings by the Library of Congress.

The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 2, Pt. 1. Label.

Recordings courtesy of The Library of Congress. Track 1-18, a version of Hurt's "Nobody's Dirty Business," is not listed on the release. Distributed by Universal Music and Video Distribution. Mould SID Code (Both Discs): IFPI 4121.

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Masters Of Country Blues Guitar: Mississippi John Hurt CD1 2007. Avalon Blues: The Library Of Congress Sessions July. Masters Of Country Blues Guitar: Mississippi John Hurt CD2 2007. Avalon Blues: The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings 1996. The Complete Studio Recordings: Today! CD1 2000. Blues: The Library Of Congress Recordings Vol. 2 CD2 2005. 2 CD1 2005. The Complete Studio Recordings: The Immortal Mississippi John Hurt CD2 2000. The Complete Studio Recordings: Last Sessions CD3 2000.

1 - Mississippi John Hurt. Monday Morning Blues.

That Mississippi John Hurt was "rediscovered" living only a mile away from the crossroads hamlet of Avalon, MS, deduced from the title of a 78-rpm recording he'd made in 1928, by a young guitar player from Washington, DC, named Tom Hoskins, is a miracle we all should be grateful for. That Hurt could still play and sing as well in 1963 when Hoskins found him as he did in 1928 is another praiseworthy miracle. The first batch was recorded in April of that same year. I can't say enough about these Library of Congress recordings or about Mississippi John Hurt, in general. These sessions, in particular, have a warmth and intimacy about them that I really enjoy. Hurt plays many of these cuts in the C positioning on his guitar with the strings tuned down one or two steps. This really brings out the warmth of his voice. Consider, for example, his rendition of "Corrina Corrina".

Mississippi John Hurt. Blues: The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1, 2006. Mississippi John Hurt. Trouble I've Had All My Day, 04:37. Got the Blues That Can't Be Satisfied, 03:04. Slidin' Delta, 02:59. Corrina, Corrina, 02:09. Hey Baby Right Away, 01:44.

While Mississippi John Hurt enjoyed a successful recording career through the 1920s, he gained a renewed fanbase through the folk and blues revival of the 60s, resulting in an epic recording session for the Library of Congress in July 1963. This is the second volume of Hurt delights captured in those sessions and contains some of his best-loved songs including Nobody's Dirty Business and Stackolee. 4. kHz, 24-bit PCM – 2000 Records Studio Masters.