Memphis Jug Band - 'Gator Wobble (Ole Abner's Blues) / My Business Ain't Right mp3 album
The Memphis Jug Band was an American musical group active from the mid-1920s to the late 1950s. The band featured harmonica, kazoo, fiddle and mandolin or banjolin, backed by guitar, piano, washboard, washtub bass and jug. They played slow blues, pop songs, humorous songs and upbeat dance numbers with jazz and string band flavors. The band made the first commercial recordings in Memphis, Tennessee, and recorded more sides than any other prewar jug band.
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The Memphis Jug Band was an American musical group in the 1920s and 1930s. The band featured harmonicas, violins, mandolins, banjos, and guitars, backed by washboards, kazoo, and jugs blown to supply the bass; they played in a variety of musical styles. Between 1927 and 1934 various African-American musicians in the Memphis, Tenn. area grouped around singer, song writer, guitarist, and harmonica player Will Shade (also known as Son Brimmer). The personnel of this jug band varied from day to day, with Shade booking gigs and arranging recording sessions.
Memphis Jug Band, Vol. 4. 2007. The prototype jug band, Will Shade's Memphis Jug Band mapped out a street-corner litany of blues, rags, and pop standards from the late 1920s through the mid-'30s, most of them for Victor Records. This fourth volume in David French's Frog Records' survey of the MJB's output collects sides they recorded for Vocalion and OKeh in 1934 as well as presenting alternate takes and test pressings done for Victor between 1927 and 1930. What's important here is that the remastering for the series was done by John . My Business Ain't Right.
|A||'Gator Wobble (Ole Abner's Blues)|
|B||My Business Ain't Right|
NotesSide A was recorded on November 6, 1934.
Side B was recorded on November 8, 1934.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): WS 102 A 40
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): WS 102 B 40
|8958||Memphis Jug Band||Gator Wobble / My Business Ain't Right (Shellac, 10")||Okeh||8958||US||1934|