The Country Blues is a seminal album released on Folkways Records in 1959, catalogue RF 1. Compiled from 78 recordings by Samuel Charters, it accompanied his book of the same name to provide examples of the music discussed. Both the book and this compilation were key documents in the American folk music revival of the 1950s and 1960s, and many of its songs would either be incorporated into new compositions by later musicians, or covered outright.
Artist: Various Album: Talking with the Blues - An Anthology Of Contemporary Blues Songs Fron The USA Genre: Blues Label: Taxim Records Released: 1992-2006 Quality: mp3, 256 kbps. The concept of TALKING WITH THE BLUES is based on a view of the various US states as blues regions. Contemporary American blues practice is not limited to just a handful of states and comes in many shapes and colors. Blues culture can be found in many places, especially in the network-like multitude of bars, live music clubs and juke joints. These blues strongholds are mostly dominated by local heroes who do not lag behind when compared with the big names of the business
Supersonic Blues Machine – Nightmares And Dreams (feat. Eric Gales) 057. Florida Georgia Line – Good Girl, Bad Boy 058. Billy Currington – It Don’t Hurt Like It Used To 059. Willie Nelson – City of New Orleans 060. Bob Dylan – Country Pie 061. Barrelhouse – Down In The Alley 062. Alabama; Merle Haggard – RaMblin’ Fever 063. Hank Williams III – What They Want Me To Be 064. Hank Williams – Window Shopping 065. Jay Willie Blues Band – You’ll Lose A Good Thing 066. Odds Lane – Bottom of the Sea 067. Maren Morris – Second Wind 068.