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Jack White of the White Stripes says, Eddie 'Son' House was his favorite blues singer. House was... more

Son House: Son House In Seattle 1968 (2-CD)

Jack White of the White Stripes says, Eddie 'Son' House was his favorite blues singer. House was born in 1902 in Mississippi. He was an influential slide, or bottleneck stylist and a great storyteller, his songs might be five, ten, or even 15 minutes. And he told stories on stage. This great set is presenting thirteen songs, plus interviews, and stage talk, plus a 24-page booklet with his biography and newly researched facts. - Digipak.

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  • Interpret: Son House

  • Album titlle: Son House In Seattle 1968 (2-CD)

  • Genre Blues

  • Label ARCOLA

  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 0806431100827

  • weight in Kg 0.24
House, Son - Son House In Seattle 1968 (2-CD) CD 1
01 Intro - Son House Talking Son House
02 Death Letter Blues Son House
03 Governemtn Fleet Blues Son House
04 I Want To Live So God Can Use Me Son House
05 Preachin' Blues Son House
06 Louise McGhee Son House
07 My Black Mama Pt.1 Son House
08 All Night Long Blues Son House
09 Mississippi Bo Weavil Blues Son House
10 M & O Blues Son House
11 Ham Hound Crave Son House
12 Terraplane Blues Son House
13 My Black Mama Pt.2 Son House
Son House Eddie James Jr. - everybody knows him as Son House – was born March 21, 1902... more
"Son House"

Son House

Eddie James Jr. - everybody knows him as Son House – was born March 21, 1902 in Riverton, Mississippi . After working as a preacher for several years, he turned to playing the blues during the late 1920s. His highly rhytmic and percussive style influenced contemporaries like Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters.
Although he recorded for Paramount (alongside Charlie Patton), he remained unknown outside the local Coahoma County region in Mississippi.
In the early 1940s he was recorded by researcher and archivist Alan Lomax for the Library of Congress – and gave up music for the next two decades after moving permanently to Rochester, New York.
In the early 1960s a group of folk and blues enthusiasts, students and record collectors developed a strong interest in the pre-war blues originators. Son House was still suspected in Mississippi, and the young folks were surprised to finally discover him not far from their universities on the east coast in the state of New York.

With the support of his discoverers, the second career of Son House began. He played for mostly white students at universities and in coffee shops, recorded a new album for Columbia and toured the world, also as a member of the American Folk Blues Festival. Son House died October 19, 1988 in Detroit, Michigan.
During a career spanning over more than 60 years, Son House inspired Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and John Mooney, Bonnie Raitt, The White Stripes, John Hammond a.m.o.

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