Peetie Wheatstraw (The Devil's Son-In-Law) - Don't Feel Welcome Blues / Strange Man Blues mp3 album
- Performer: Peetie Wheatstraw (The Devil's Son-In-Law)
- Title: Don't Feel Welcome Blues / Strange Man Blues
- Genre: Blues
- Formats: AAC MP4 MPC AU AHX AA AC3
- MP3 album: 1536 mb
- FLAC album: 1505 mb
- Rating: 4.8/5
- Votes: 895
09. Ain't It A Pity And A Shame. 10. Don't Hang My Clothes On No Barb Wire Line. 03. Don't Feel Welcome Blues. 12. Six Weeks Old Blues. 04. Strange Man Blues.
Pettie Wheatstraw - Peetie Wheatstraw Stomp (2:34) 03. Pettie Wheatstraw - Drinking Man Blues (3:09) 04. Pettie Wheatstraw - Crazy with the Blues (3:15) 05. Pettie Wheatstraw - Throw Me in the Alley (2:44) 06. Pettie Wheatstraw - Police Station Blues (3:02) 07. Pettie Wheatstraw - Telephone Blues (2:54) 0. Pettie Wheatstraw - Cake Alley (3:08) 12. Pettie Whitestraw - Devil's Son - In - Law (3:24) 13. Pettie Wheatstraw - Gangster's Blues (2:44) 14. Pettie Wheatstraw - Tight Time Blues (3:08) 15.
Free Funk, Soul, Rhythm & Blues, Soundtrack, Fusion, Jazz-Funk.
Other albums by Peetie The Devil's Son-In-Law Wheatstraw. Up the Road Blues" and "Last Dime Blues" are noteworthy for the absence of the famous Wheatstraw introduction, a musical fingerprint that instantly stamped dozens of other records with his unmistakable presence because he used the same structural template as a reusable canvas for his many improvised lyrics. Johnnie Blues" kicks up the tempo a bit, and is considered one of this artist's stronger offerings. Peetie' s first recording of 1936 was "No Good Woman (Fighting Blues)," a duet with Amos Easton, popularly known as Bumble Bee Slim.
Devil's Son-In-Law, 03:30. Good Whiskey Blues, 03:09. Hot Springs Blues (Skin and Bones), 03:00. Pete Wheatstraw, 03:18. Sweet Home Blues, 02:50. Throw Me in the Alley, 02:50. Truckin' Thru Traffic, 02:26. When I Get My Bonus, 02:34. Phil Collins - Another Day in Paradise. Радио Рекорд - 1980-е. Katy Perry Hot 'n' Cold.
Devil's Son-In-Law Trk 10 Disc 1 3: 23 Peet Wheatstraw (Wheatstraw). Peetie Wheatstraw - vocal, piano w/ poss. Charly McCoy - gtr Recorded Sept 28, 1931 Bluebird B5451 Album: Peetie Wheatstraw Essentials Album Allego Classic Blues CBL 200037 I wonder where would you be now, little mama Baby, now you made my life a wreck And now where would you be-be, um Mama, now you made my life a wreck Mama, now I'd rather have a rattle snake Honey
|A||Don't Feel Welcome Blues|
|B||Strange Man Blues|
- Record Company – Brunswick Record Corporation
- Written-By – Bunch*
NotesRecorded September 19, 1930.
Originally released on April 15, 1931 on labels bearing white panels that credit "Brunswick Radio Corporation Subsidiary of Warner Brothers Pictures Inc." and lack the phrase "Not Licensed for Radio Broadcast" and matrices. This release, with labels bearing gold panels, dates to ca. 1932-35.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (A-side label): 6402
- Matrix / Runout (B-side label): 6403
- Matrix / Runout (A-side stamped): C 6402 A
- Matrix / Runout (B-side stamped): C 6403 A