Hear Me Howling: Blues Ballads & Beyond / Various: Hear Me Howling! Blues, Ballads, and Beyond

Hear Me Howling: Blues Ballads & Beyond / Various: Hear Me Howling! Blues, Ballads, and Beyond

Hear Me Howling: Blues Ballads & Beyond / Various: Hear Me Howling! Blues, Ballads, and Beyond

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Title: Hear Me Howling! Blues, Ballads, and Beyond
Artist: Hear Me Howling: Blues Ballads & Beyond / Various
Label: Arhoolie Records
UPC: 096297051825
Genre: Blues

The Arhoolie Records 50th-anniversary box squeezes 72 tracks (38 unissued) into 4 CDs. With those is a full-color, 136-page hardcover book full of photos that tells the story of Chris Strachwitz and his unquenchable thirst to record real roots music in the Bay Area in the '60s. This big beauty pairs rarities by NOW Creative Arts Ensemble, Vern & Ray and Stanley Willis with cuts by Big Mama Thornton (unreleased versions of Ball and Chain and Hound Dog), Mance Lipscomb (Sugar Babe), Skip James (22-20 Blues), Rev. Gary Davis (Courtin' Boy), Fred McDowell (Louise), Clifton Chenier (Louisiana Rock), Country Joe &the Fish (I Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag), Mercy Dee (Lady Luck), Lonnie Johnson (Brenda), Sonny Terry (Changed the Lock on My Door), Lightnin' Hopkins (Tom Moore's Farm), Bukka White (Bald Eagle Train), Big Joe Williams (Highway 49), Jesse Fuller (Brother Low Down) and more!

1.1 Hump in My Back
1.2 Brother Low Down
1.3 Berkeley's Junko Partner
1.4 Tight Like That
1.5 Moose March
1.6 Highway 49
1.7 Oakland Blues
1.8 Greystone (Alameda County Jail) Blues
1.9 I Know You Didn't Want Me
1.10 Night Shirt Blues
1.11 Stop Time
1.12 Hear Me Howling
1.13 Stand Alone Blues
1.14 Brenda
1.15 Changed the Lock on My Door
1.16 Bald Eagle Train [Take 1] [Take]
1.17 Tom Moore's Farm
1.18 Up on Telegraph (Avenue)
1.19 Lady Luck
2.1 I Feel Like I'm Fixin' to Die Rag
2.2 You Turned Your Back
2.3 How Could I Stand It
2.4 Don't Forget Me Love
2.5 Charles Giteau
2.6 Midnight Blues
2.7 Depression Gone from Me
2.8 Mr. Brakeman
2.9 Who's Going to Be My Man?
2.10 Come See
2.11 Lady Gay
2.12 Talking Protest Blues
2.13 Black Jack David
2.14 Eventually
2.15 Impressions of John Henry
2.16 Deportees
2.17 Big Texas (Grand Texas)
2.18 Jolie Blonde
2.19 Turtle Tail
2.20 The Beatles Are in Town
3.1 Willie Poor Boy
3.2 The Titanic
3.3 Mean Boss Man
3.4 Sugar Babe
3.5 Working on a Building
3.6 The Old Ship of Zion
3.7 I'm a Soldier
3.8 Floor Sweepin' Rag
3.9 Courtin' Boy
3.10 Shake 'Em on Down
3.11 Louise
3.12 Write Me a Few of Your Lines
3.13 Low Down Dirty Things
3.14 22-20 Blues (MR. Kress)
3.15 Sea Walking Jesus
3.16 No Special Lover
3.17 Peace in the Valley
4.1 Sweetheart You Done Me Wrong
4.2 The Touch of God's Hand
4.3 Fore Day in the Mornin
4.4 Ball and Chain
4.5 Hound Dog
4.6 Monsieur Leonard
4.7 Chi Ca Nai [Slow Drag]
4.8 Bye Bye Rosa
4.9 Mr. Charlie
4.10 Louisiana Rock
4.11 What Am I Doing Here?
4.12 To Be a Thief
4.13 Pretty Good
4.14 In the Breeze
4.15 To Trane [Aka Two Trains]
4.16 The Beauty of Isis
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