Music and Agriculture in the Piedmont Region

Specializing in music, past and present, from the Piedmont region, along with tips for vegetable gardening and sustainable living, with your host Mudcat.

Piedmont Report 91


Piedmont Report 91

Neal Pattman with Shrimp City Slim and Dave Peabody – Mama Whoopin’ Blues (Live in London)

Cootie Stark – Padlock Blues (Music Maker album Sugar Man)

Warner Williams and Jay Summerour – Bring It on Down to My House (Blues Highway 2004 Smithsonian Folkways)

Blind Blake – Depression Done Gone From Me (June 1932 Grafton, WI; last song he recorded)

Bill Williams – Chickens Don’t Roost Too High for Me (Smithsonian release, recorded at Festival of American Folklife July 1, 1971)

Rev. Gary Davis – O Lord, Search My Heart (1935 in New York City, first session, reckon he fell in love with NYC)

Willie Walker – Dupree Blues (December 1930 in Atlanta for Columbia records)

Farm Report – Preserving Seeds and Harvesting

Blind Boy Fuller – Too Many Women Blues (December 15, 1937 in New York)

Ma Rainey, Thomas Dorsey, and Tampa Red – Daddy Goodbye (September 1928 in Chicago for Paramount)

Eddie Kirkland – Going Down to the River See If I Can Get Across (Recorded in Macon GA by Peter Lowery July 20, 1971; released by Trix on Front and Center)

Frank Edwards – Love My Baby (Also recorded by Lowery in 1972; released by Trix on Done Some Travelin’)

Snooks Eaglin – Careless Love (Recorded 2005 for Folkways)

Avondale Towne Cinema Sampler:

Bill Sheffield, Stoney Brooks, BluesDude, Shelton Powe, Skye Paige, Joey Hoegger, Nathan Nelson, Ross Pead with Eddie Tigner



Filetype: MP3 - Size: 130.69MB - Duration: 57:03 m (320 kbps 44100 Hz)

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