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8 thoughts on “ Mississippi John Hurt - Avalon Blues 1963 (Cassette)

  1. Oct 22,  · This my rendition of a version of the famous song which helped find and rediscover MJH after over 30 years of silence. Avalon Blues (Mississippi John Hurt) - .
  2. This second of two sessions devoted to Mississippi John Hurt's first recordings followed the same pattern as its predecessor. Hurt did mostly blues, with an occasional spiritual number like "Oh Mary Don't You Weep." He sang in a fragile yet powerful manner, backing his vocals on acoustic guitar in an equally simple, gentle manner with lines and riffs that often surpassed passages with far more.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of Avalon Blues on Discogs. Label: Rounder Records - C • Format: Cassette • Country: US • Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Delta Blues. Mississippi John Hurt: Avalon Blues
  4. The second half of an epic recording session Mississippi John Hurt cut for the Library of Congress on July 15thrd, (the first half is available on D.C. BLUES--THE LIBRARY OF CONGRESS RECORDINGS VOL. 1), VOL. 2 reveals all the delights of this legendary bluesman.
  5. D.C. Blues: The Library Of Congress Recordings Vol. 1 CD1 Mississippi John Hurt; Blues Legend Mississippi John Hurt; Avalon Blues: The Library Of Congress Sessions July Mississippi John Hurt; Avalon Blues: The Complete Okeh Recordings Mississippi John Hurt; The Complete Studio Recordings: Today! CD1 Mississippi John Hurt; D.C. Blues.
  6. Reissue of the Piedmont LP, "Folksongs and Blues." "This is volume one of the original Piedmont sessions, the very first albums Mississippi John Hurt ever recorded. Reissued by special arrangement with Music Research, Inc." Digitally mastered from the original tapes at Northeast Digital Recording/5(4).
  7. These early recordings were originally released in on the album Mississippi John Hurt Folk Songs and Blues and another set of songs from this session was released in on the Album Worried Blues. These albums are now extremely rare, so it's nice to have a re-release of the first album on CD.5/5(9).
  8. Mississippi John Hurt Hurt’s gentle, finger-picked blues — so unlike the harsher brand of blues usually associated with Mississippi artists — startled and inspired a new generation of listeners and guitarists in , yet his playing had remained virtually unchanged since he first recorded in

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