Title: The King Of Hill Country Blues: Rollin' & Tumblin'
Label: Wolf Records
Style: Country Blues
Cat: 120.921 CD
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2236 mb | MP3 size: 2153 mb | WMA size: 1025 mb
|1||Long Haired Doney (Take 1)||3:35|
|4||When My First Wife Left Me (Take 1)||3:25|
|5||Fireman Ring The Bell||3:46|
|6||When My First Wife Left Me (Take 2)||4:02|
|7||Goin' Down South||4:22|
|8||Poor Black Mattie (Take 3)||2:56|
|10||Rollin' & Tumblin'||2:58|
|11||I Be's Troubled||3:43|
|14||Long Haired Doney (Take 2)||3:38|
|16||Poor Black Mattie (Acoustic) (Take 1)||3:04|
|18||See My Jumper Hangin' On The Line|
Bass – Daniel BurnsideDrums – Calvin Jackson
|19||See My Jumper Hangin' On The Line||2:49|
|20||Poor Black Mattie (Electric) (Take 2)||3:02|
- Edited By – Gerhard Wessely
- Layout – Kurt Hriczucsah
- Photography By [Cover Photo] – James Fraher
- Producer, Photography By, Liner Notes – Matt Block
- Recorded By – Christoph Steffel (tracks: 17 to 19)
- Recorded By, Producer, Photography By – Hans Folterbauer
- Vocals, Guitar – R.L. Burnside
Tracks 1-11 and 20 recorded in Holly Springs, Mississippi, 1989.
Tracks 12-16 recorded in Coldwater, Mississippi, September 19, 1991.
Tracks 17-19 recorded in Senatobia, Mississippi, July 9, 1975.
Edited at Soundborn Studios, Vienna.
- Barcode: 7 99582 09212 0
- Matrix / Runout: A0101621253-0101 11 A00 Sony DADC
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 94K3
- Rights Society: Austro Mechana
- Glass Mastered At – Sony DADC – A0101621253-0101
Burnside, along with Junior Kimbrough. Burnside, along with Junior Kimbrough, became the public face of the so-called North Mississippi hill country style of modal blues in the 1980s with several solid albums on the Fat Possum label, and while he tried on different hats during his run even tracking a fine album backed by indie rocker Jon Spencer and his band, the. blues he made essentially stayed in the same pocket, honed from years of playing weekend house parties and juke joints. Delta Blues Electric Delta Blues Regional Blues. Rollin' Tumblin'. Rollin' and Tumblin' or Roll and Tumble Blues is a blues song first recorded by American singerguitarist Hambone Willie Newbern in 1929. Called a great Delta blues classic, it has been interpreted by hundreds of Delta and Chicago blues artists, including well-known recordings by Muddy Waters. Rollin' and Tumblin' has also been refashioned by a variety of rock-oriented artists. Текст песни: Virginia, blow the whistle, cause my man, he rang the bell Virginia, blow the whistle, cause my man, he rang the bell When I got done with my time, I done by baby well Oh my baby, before I lay off that you have the artwork for this album Add artwork. Burnside November 23, 1926 September 1, 2005, born Robert Lee Burnside, was an American blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist who lived much of his life in and around Holly Springs, Mississippi. He played music for much of his life, but did not receive much attention until the early 1990s. In the latter half of the 1990s, Burnside repeatedly recorded with Jon Spencer, garnering crossover appeal and introducing his music to a new fanbase within the underground garage rock scene. Cedric Burnside Project Goin' down south. Mississippi Hill Country Blues LP R. Sound Machine Groove LP R. Sound Machine Groove CD R. A Bothered Mind LP R. Burnside On Burnside LP R. Catfish Blues CD Terry Harmonica Bean. Mississippi 1930 - A Fictional Journey To The Land Where The Blues Began CD Al Cook. I Would Give You Anything If I Could CD Harmonica Hinds. View More. Rollin' & Tumblin': The. Rollin' & Tumblin': The King Of Hill Country Blues CD. Album of The Day. Albums of the month. Albums of Singles of The Year. Best Releases of 2019. Best Releases of 2018. Format: CD. In stock. Rollin Tumblin - King Of Hill Country Blues quantity. Artist: Rl Burnside. Label: Wolf. Genre: Blues. Grade: New About gradings. Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked . Rollin' and Tumblin': the King of Hill Country Blues 2010. Long Distance Call 2019. Richard Johnston: Hill Country Troubadour 2005, directed by Max Shores, Alabama PBS, featuring an interview with Burnside and information about the Holly Springs music community. Big Bad Love 2001, directed by Arliss Howard, with soundtrack songs by Burnside and a cameo live performance, MGMIFC Films