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Roosevelt Scott, George Jefferson , Lulu Scott - Chicago Blues Roots Vol.2 (1938-1940) Complete Recordings mp3 album

  • Performer: Roosevelt Scott
  • Title: Chicago Blues Roots Vol.2 (1938-1940) Complete Recordings
  • Genre: Blues
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  • Released: 1989
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Roosevelt Scott, George Jefferson , Lulu Scott - Chicago Blues Roots Vol.2 (1938-1940) Complete Recordings mp3 album

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A1 George Jefferson Blues For Six Nights
Bass [String Bass] – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Willie Bee James*Piano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – George Jefferson
A2 George Jefferson Honey Bee
Bass [String Bass] – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Willie Bee James*Piano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – George Jefferson
A3 Lulu Scott Baby Can I Holler
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar [Prob.] – Willie Bee James*Piano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – George Jefferson , Lulu Scott
A4 Lulu Scott Everybody Do The Shag
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistClarinet – Unknown ArtistGuitar [Prob.] – Willie Bee James*Piano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Lulu Scott
A5 Roosevelt Scott Black Gal Blues
Bass – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
A6 Roosevelt Scott Send Me An Angel Down
Bass – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
A7 Roosevelt Scott Do You Call That Right?
Bass – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
A8 Roosevelt Scott Brown Skin Woman Swing
Bass – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
B1 Roosevelt Scott Be My Baby
Drums [Poss.] – Fred WilliamsPiano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
B2 Roosevelt Scott Down In The Gutter
Drums [Poss.] – Fred WilliamsPiano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
B3 Roosevelt Scott Look Up And Down
Drums [Poss.] – Fred WilliamsPiano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
B4 Roosevelt Scott Dark Road Blues
Drums [Poss.] – Fred WilliamsPiano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
B5 Roosevelt Scott Suitcase Blues
Drums [Poss.] – Fred WilliamsPiano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
B6 Roosevelt Scott Doctor Bill Blues
Drums [Poss.] – Fred WilliamsPiano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
B7 Roosevelt Scott Panama Special
Drums [Poss.] – Fred WilliamsPiano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott
B8 Roosevelt Scott Tender Foot Blues
Drums [Poss.] – Fred WilliamsPiano [Prob.] – Monkey Joe*Vocals – Roosevelt Scott

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Document Records
  • Remastered At – Studio Klement
  • Copyright (c) – Paul Oliver

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Remastered By – Hans Klement
  • Research – Godrich*, Dixon*
  • Research [Corrections And Additions] – Guido Van RIjn

Notes

Original matrix information:

A1: 020830-1 Aurora, Ill., 16 June 1938
A2: 020831-1 Aurora, Ill., 16 June 1938
A3: 020832-1 Aurora, Ill., 16 June 1938
A4: 020833-1 Aurora, Ill., 16 June 1938
A5: WC-2712-A Chicago, 13 September 1939
A6: WC-2713-A Chicago, 13 September 1939
A7: WC-2714-A Chicago, 13 September 1939
A8: WC-2715-A Chicago, 13 September 1939
B1: WC-2889-A Chicago, 26 January 1940
B2: WC-2890-A Chicago, 26 January 1940
B3: WC-2891-A Chicago, 26 January 1940
B4: WC-2892-A Chicago, 26 January 1940
B5: WC-2893-A Chicago, 26 January 1940
B6: WC-2894-A Chicago, 26 January 1940
B7: WC-2895-A Chicago, 26 January 1940
B8: WC-2896-A Chicago, 26 January 1940

Considering the extreme rarity of the original 78s, condition is generally better than might be hoped, but it must be borne in mind that only one or two copies are known to exist of some titles.

Discographical details from Blues And Gospel Records 1902 – 1943 by Godrich & Dixon

Original recordings from the collections of Werner Benecke, Piérre and Michel Chaigne, Roger Misiewicz, Johnny Parth, Tom Tsotsi.

Remastering Studio Klement, Vienna
Photo © Paul Oliver, used by permission.
Copyright 1989: Document Records, Austria

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: AUSTRO MECHANA
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): DLP 574-A | HP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): DLP 574-B | HP


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