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Louisiana Red When My Mama Was Living

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catalog number: CDLAB7085

weight in Kg 0,100

 

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Louisiana Red: When My Mama Was Living

(1970s) (66:37/16) 1-4, 6, 10, 12, 14-16: first release, 5, 7-9, 13: alternate masters / first release, 11: first CD release.
 

Songs

Louisiana Red - When My Mama Was Living Medium 1
1: Walk All Over Georgia  
2: King Bee  
3: When My Mama Was Living  
4: Caught Your Man And Gone  
5: Bad Case Of the Blues  
6: Little Suzie Jane  
7: Got A Girl With A Dog Won't Bark  
8: Cold White Sheet  
9: Going Down To Georgia  
10: You Got To Move  
11: Going Home  
12: I'll Be Glad When You Are Dead You Rascal You  
13: Cold, Cold Feeling  
14: John Henry  
15: Stole From Me  
16: Joanne  

 

Artikeleigenschaften von Louisiana Red: When My Mama Was Living

  • Interpret: Louisiana Red

  • Albumtitel: When My Mama Was Living

  • Format CD
  • Genre Blues

  • Title When My Mama Was Living
  • Label LABOR

  • SubGenre Blues - Electric

  • EAN: 0790987708524

  • weight in Kg 0.100
 
 

Artist description "Louisiana Red"

Louisiana Red
(born Iverson Minter, March 23, 1936, Vicksburg, Miss.) A journeyman Mississippi Delta blues guitarist and singer, Louisiana Red built his performing and recording style from a variety of sources, including JIMMY REED, MUDDY WATERS, and LIGHTNIN' HOPKINS.

Born in Mississippi, Red's early life was not an easy one; his mother died shortly after giving birth and his father was reputedly lynched by the Ku Klux Klan. Red taught himself how to play harmonica and guitar. After migrating to Pittsburgh around 1945, where he played on street corners for spare change, Red moved to Chicago in 1949 and recorded briefly for the Checker (Chess) label. Despite his inroads into the Chicago blues scene, Red spent most of the 1950s in the air force.

Upon his discharge in 1958, Red bounced from gig to gig. He recorded his debut album, Lowdown Back Porch Blues, in the early '60s for the RouletteNogue label. Throughout the '60s, uncertainty over his career led Red to work as much outside of music as he did as a blues performer. In 1971 he recorded the album Louisiana Red Sings the Blues for Atlantic Records subsidiary Atco, but the album failed to sell and Red was dropped from the label's roster. In the years since, Red has performed in small blues bars and at occasional festivals and has recorded for labels such as L+R. He lives in Europe, where he continues to record and perform

 
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