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(Wolf Records) 24 Tracks - 1929-1953!   Memphis Minnie était la plus grande 'femme à...plus

Memphis Minnie: Killer Diller Blues (CD)

(Wolf Records) 24 Tracks - 1929-1953!  

Memphis Minnie était la plus grande 'femme à la guitare' ! Elle a joué avec de grands musiciens comme Casey Bill Weldon, Kansas Joe McCoy et Little Son Joe, qui est aussi devenu son mari. Dans les années 1920, elle a également joué avec Willie Brown, 'Friend Boy' de Robert Johnson. Ses succès ont été 'Bumble Bee', 'Me and My Chauffeur Blues' et bien d'autres ! Sur ce CD se trouvent ses meilleurs enregistrements des années 1930 aux années 1950. Le grand Bukka White a dit : -She was about the best thing goin´in the woman line-.

Propriétés de l'article: Memphis Minnie: Killer Diller Blues (CD)

  • Interpret: Memphis Minnie

  • Titre de l'album: Killer Diller Blues (CD)

  • Genre Blues

  • Label WOLF RECORDS

  • Année de publication 2018
  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 0799582601322

  • Poids en kg: 0.11
Memphis Minnie - Killer Diller Blues (CD) CD 1
01 Bumble Bee Memphis Minnie
02 Memphis Minnie Jitis Blues Memphis Minnie
03 Plymouth Rock Blues Memphis Minnie
04 New Bumble Bee Memphis Minnie
05 Frankie Jean Memphis Minnie
06 Crazy Cryin' Blues Memphis Minnie
07 Where Is My Good Man Memphis Minnie
08 My Butcher Man Memphis Minnie
09 Hustlin' Woman Blues Memphis Minnie
10 Doctor, Doctor Blues Memphis Minnie
11 Hoodoo Lady Blues Memphis Minnie
12 Down In The Alley Memphis Minnie
13 I Hate To See The Sun Go Down Memphis Minnie
14 Has Anyone Seen My Man? Memphis Minnie
15 Nothing In Rambling Memphis Minnie
16 In My Girlish Days Memphis Minnie
17 Me And My Chauffeur Blues Memphis Minnie
18 This Is Your Last Chance Memphis Minnie
19 I Am Sailin' Memphis Minnie
20 Fashion Plate Daddy Memphis Minnie
21 Moaning Blues Memphis Minnie
22 Killer Diller Blues Memphis Minnie
23 Down Home Girl Memphis Minnie
24 Kissing In The Dark Memphis Minnie
Memphis Minnie with Little Joe & His Band Memphis Minnie took guff from no one. Easily... plus
"Memphis Minnie"

Memphis Minnie with Little Joe & His Band

Memphis Minnie took guff from no one. Easily the most important female country blues artist of the pre-war era, she was a brilliant guitarist and earthy singer as well as an early Chicago convert to electric guitar. This June 11, 1952 outing for Checker hails from her next to last session, and she still sounds commanding.

Born June 3, 1897 in Algiers, Louisiana, Lizzie Douglas and her family moved to Walls, Mississippi, in 1904, the close proximity to Memphis and Beale Street ensuring her blues-belting future. 'Kid' Douglas received her first guitar the next year as a Christmas present, and she got good on it. She teamed up with fellow guitarist 'Kansas' Joe McCoy in the '20s, busking on Memphis thoroughfares until a Columbia talent scout heard them duetting in a barber shop on Beale in 1929. The pair made their debut sides in New York that June; among the classics laid down that day were When The Levee Breaks and Bumble Bee

The couple was married the same year and relocated to Chicago during the early '30s. They recorded prolifically, mostly for Vocalion, before going their separate ways in 1935. Tobacco-chewing Minnie kept right on recording without McCoy under Lester Melrose's supervision, urbanizing her approach with larger backing ensembles as she cut for Bluebird, Vocalion, and OKeh. In 1939, Minnie acquired herself a new guitar-picking partner, Ernest Lawlars, who billed himself as Little Son Joe. The two wed that year, and from there on he usually played on Minnie's recordings. 

In May of 1941, Minnie cut her original version of Me And My Chauffeur Blues for OKeh. She and Son Joe made the rounds of Chicago nightspots, the 708 Club being one homebase, and continued to record for Columbia after the war, though her sides weren't selling the way they once had. Minnie tried to update her sound at a '49 session for Regal with Sunnyland Slim on the 88s, and Little Walter's modern harp wails on the remade Me And My Chauffeur for Checker certainly pointed strongly to the future. But Minnie was just about out of gas; a '53 date for J.O.B. rounded out her discography.

Minnie and Son Joe returned to Memphis in 1958. Before long, a serious stroke confined her to a wheelchair (Lawlars died in 1961). Memphis Minnie lived her last years out impoverished and in a nursing home, passing away August 6, 1973.

Bill Dahl
Chicago, Illinois

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Tracklist
Memphis Minnie - Killer Diller Blues (CD) CD 1
01 Bumble Bee
02 Memphis Minnie Jitis Blues
03 Plymouth Rock Blues
04 New Bumble Bee
05 Frankie Jean
06 Crazy Cryin' Blues
07 Where Is My Good Man
08 My Butcher Man
09 Hustlin' Woman Blues
10 Doctor, Doctor Blues
11 Hoodoo Lady Blues
12 Down In The Alley
13 I Hate To See The Sun Go Down
14 Has Anyone Seen My Man?
15 Nothing In Rambling
16 In My Girlish Days
17 Me And My Chauffeur Blues
18 This Is Your Last Chance
19 I Am Sailin'
20 Fashion Plate Daddy
21 Moaning Blues
22 Killer Diller Blues
23 Down Home Girl
24 Kissing In The Dark