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Charley Patton - Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order Volume 3
Charley Patton
Complete Recorded Works in Chronological Order Volume 3
LP | 2013 | US | Original (Third Man)
19,99 €*
Release:2013 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Volume 3 from the highly-anticipated Document Records reissue series on black, 180-gram vinyl.
Charley Patton - I'm Going Home
Charley Patton
I'm Going Home
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Down At Dawn)
11,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
At the very root of American music through the voice of one its originator. The so called "Voice of the Delta" aka Charley Patton. A great introduction to his world and music with a bunch of litterally immortal songs coming from Patton's legendary early thirties recording dates. "Mississippi Boweavil", "Tom Rushen Blues" and "High Water Everywhere" are just a few of the timeless classic tunes selected here.
Charley Patton - Lord I'm Discouraged: The Gennett Records Recording Session, Richmond, In. June, 1929
Charley Patton
Lord I'm Discouraged: The Gennett Records Recording Session, Richmond, In. June, 1929
LP | 2018 | EU | Original (Wax Love)
12,99 €*
Release:2018 / EU – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Charley Patton was a pioneering Delta Blues singer and guitarist and is widely considered one of the most influential musicians of the 20th Century. Though he only recorded around 50 tracks in his entire career, he was a popular touring performer and his legend has only grown in the nearly 100 years since his voice and guitar were first pressed on shellac. Patton performed with and at times mentored such blues legends as Robert Johnson, and Chester Burnett (aka Howlin' Wolf). On Lord I'm Discouraged: The Gennett Records Recording Session, Richmond, IN June 1929 Wax Love collects all the recordings Patton made for the legendary label, the same label that released early jazz from Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington and tons of classic old-time and blues sessions. In just one day, June 14, 1929, Patton recorded 14 of the most famous Delta Blues sides in history. An essential collection for any fan of early acoustic blues.
Charley Patton - Founder Of The Delta Blues
Charley Patton
Founder Of The Delta Blues
2LP | 2011 | US | Original (Yazoo)
31,99 €*
Release:2011 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
"Like so many of his classic blues contemporaries, the
life of Charley Patton is cloaked in mystery. Yet even
among the legendary bluesmen he frequently
associated with, he stands among them, particularly
revered. (Often referred to by musicologists as one of
the most important American musicians of the 20th
century.) A veritable star across the Delta, Patton was
not just one of the first recorded performers of blues
music, but also one of the first successful ones, packing
dancehalls, juke joints, and various other venues. He
would even act as a mentor to the likes of other
legends, such as Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters, and
Howlin' Wolf. Famed for his gravelly vocals, his
versatility, and for his sense of showmanship, Patton
recorded and performed from the late 1910's until 1934,
frequently collaborating with his common-law wife,
singer Bertha Lee, his career and life being cut short by
a mitral valve disorder.
Not long after Patton's death, the label he primarily
recorded with, Paramount, went out of business. The
metal masters which housed those same recordings
were sold off as scrap, and could not be salvaged,
leaving only weathered 78 recordings as evidence of
Patton's legacy. As the Delta Blues revival of the 1960s
got underway, renewed interest in Patton and his
forebears culminated in the release of Founder Of The
Delta Blues, a double-record set which compiled the
best of Patton's recordings with Paramount and
Vocalion Records across 24 tracks. A definitive
collection, an essential piece of music history, and a
window into the earliest days of the classic
blues sound."
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