Keep on Goin´: 1930 - 1953 Recordings
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1930-1953 COLUMBIA, OKEH, VOCALION, DECCA, BLUEBIRD & CHECKER SIDES
This essential edition contains 17 studio tracks, consisting of a discerning selection of Memphis Minnie’s prolific recording catalogue, including a variety of the sensational sides she made for different labels (such as Okeh, Columbia, Vocalion, Decca, Bluebird, J.O.B., and the Chess Records subsidiary Checker) between 1930 and 1953.
MEMPHIS MINNIE, vocals and guitar, plus:
KANSAS JOE McCOY, guitar and vocals
LITTLE SON JOHN, guitar
BILL SETTLES, bass
JIMMIE GORDON, BLACK BOP, piano
Recorded in Chicago and Memphis, between 1930 and 1953.
01. I’M A BAD LUCK WOMAN
02. ME AND MY CHAUFFEUR BLUES
03. HOODOO LADY
04. WHAT’S THE MATTER WITH THE MILL?
05. GEORGIA SKIN
06. AIN’T NO USE TRYING TO TELL ON ME
07. PIG MEAT ON THE LINE
08. DIRTY MOTHER FOR YOU
01. MY BUTCHER MAN
02. SHOUT THE BOOGIE
03. KISSING IN THE DARK
04. SQUAT IT
05. KEEP ON GOIN’
06. BUMBLE BEE
07. IN MY GIRLISH DAYS
08. BROKEN HEART