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8 thoughts on “ Chicago Monkey Man Blues - Ida Cox - Paramount Recordings In Six Volumes Volume 2 (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The blues may have been born in the Mississippi Delta, but Chicago is the place that the music became a lasting part of American musical tramhostjatabaclemipricanarorkind.xyzinfo blues music pioneers like Big Bill Broonzy, Tampa Red, and Memphis Minnie blazing the trail for those who would follow, the Windy City became synonymous with not only a style of blues music but often times with the blues itself.
  2. Rare recordings of delta blues legend Mississippi John Hurt – captured solo and beautifully well on 3 dates in late , recorded by Gene Rosenthal – with Hurt's distinctive way of a somehow gentle melodic acoustic blues guitar sound, coming from hard-strummed and plucked strings as LP, Vinyl .
  3. Chicago blues is a form of blues music developed in Chicago, Illinois, in the s, in which the basic instrumentation of Delta blues—acoustic guitar and harmonica—is augmented with electric guitar, amplified bass guitar, drums, piano, harmonica played with a microphone and an amplifier, and sometimes tramhostjatabaclemipricanarorkind.xyzinfo best-known Chicago blues musicians include singer-songwriters and.
  4. The Blues was born in the Delta and grew up on its journey from the country to the city, but the place it came of age was Chicago. Chicago had a Blues tradition from the 20′s onwards, when the post-WWI ‘black diaspora’ brought the Blues northwards, as workers left the countryside for the cities.
  5. Side A = Mx. or -2 Side B = Mx. Both sides were recorded February 25 - March 1, in Chicago, IL. First advertised in the Pittsburgh Courier on June 28,
  6. Lyrics to "Chicago Monkey Man Blues" by IDA COX: I'm goin' to Chicago, sorry but I can't take you / Yes I'm goin' to Chicago, sorry but I can't take you / 'Cause there's nothin' on State Street, that a monkey man can do / I've got a monkey man here, a monkey man over there / I've got a monkey man here, a monkey man.
  7. This is an excellent collection from JSP Records of s and early s blues recordings from the Paramount label, which went out of business in As noted by other reviewers, Paramount's masters and its the written records of its recording sessions were lost so these recordings were collected from used 78 rpm recordings recovered by /5(26).
  8. In both Chicago and Detroit, the popularity of R&B, rock, and soul chipped away at the popularity of blues, but the late 's blues revival among young listeners in the United States and Great.

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