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Jazz Gillum - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 3 -- 4 July 1941 To 18 February 1946 mp3 download Performer: Jazz Gillum
Album: Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 3 -- 4 July 1941 To 18 February 1946
Released: 1993
Style: Harmonica Blues
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Double Bass – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Roosevelt SykesVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074655-, Bluebird unissued 21. February 26, 1945, Chicago, D5-AB-312-, Bluebird 34-0730 22. February 26, 1945, Chicago, D5-AB-313-, Bluebird 34-0730 23. February 26, 1945, Chicago, D5-AB-314-, Bluebird 34-0741 24. February 26, 1945, Chicago, D5-AB-315-, Bluebird 34-0741 25. February 18, 1946, Chicago, D6-AB-1816-, Victor 20-1974.

Afraid to Trust Them.

July 4, 1941 - February 18, 1946. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 3 (1941-1946). The third of four volumes that include all of Jazz Gillum's recordings (other than a later album) features 25 more vocals by the fine 1930s-style harmonica player. 20 of the selections are from 1941-42 while the final five (from 1945-46) find him playing and singing in an unchanged style. Guitarist Big Bill Broonzy is on all but the final selection and the pianists are Horace Malcolm, Blind John Davis, Roosevelt Sykes or Big Maceo

The fourth and final Document volume that reissues all of Jazz Gillum's recordings (other than his first two lost numbers and a later Lp) finds the singer and harmonica player performing in a style unchanged from the late 1930s even as the music world changed around him. He still sounded quite enthusiastic during this last batch of goodtime and lowdown blues, and the backup groups (with either Big Maceo, James Clark, Eddie Boyd or Bob Call on piano and the talented guitarist Willie Lacy being a major asset) are excellent.

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Complete Recorded 3. Import. Jazz Gillum Vol. 3 1941-1946. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample).

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 I Got Somebody Else
Guitar – Big Bill BroonzyVocals, Harmonica – Jazz GillumWashboard – Amanda Sorter*Washtub Bass [possibly] – Al CollinsWashtub Bass [probably] – Alfred Elkins
2 Maybe You'll Love Me Too
Guitar – Big Bill BroonzyVocals, Harmonica – Jazz GillumWashboard – Amanda Sorter*Washtub Bass [possibly] – Al CollinsWashtub Bass [probably] – Alfred Elkins
3 It Looks Bad For You
Guitar – Big Bill BroonzyVocals, Harmonica – Jazz GillumWashboard – Amanda Sorter*Washtub Bass [possibly] – Al CollinsWashtub Bass [probably] – Alfred Elkins
4 Me And My Buddy
Guitar – Big Bill BroonzyVocals, Harmonica – Jazz GillumWashboard – Amanda Sorter*Washtub Bass [possibly] – Al CollinsWashtub Bass [probably] – Alfred Elkins
5 It's All Over Now
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano [probably] – Horace MalcolmVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
6 War Time Blues
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano [probably] – Horace MalcolmVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
7 You Are Doing Me Wrong
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano [probably] – Horace MalcolmVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
8 One Letter Home
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano [probably] – Horace MalcolmVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
9 Down South Blues
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano [probably] – Horace MalcolmVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
10 You Drink Too Much Whiskey
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano [probably] – Horace MalcolmVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
11 No Friend Blues
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano [probably] – Horace MalcolmVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
12 From Now On
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano [probably] – Horace MalcolmVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
13 I'm Gonna Leave You On The Outskirts Of Town
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Blind John DavisVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
14 I Couldn't Help It Blues
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Blind John DavisVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
15 My Big Money
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Blind John DavisVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
16 Woke Up Cold In Hand
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Blind John DavisVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
17 Water Pipe Blues
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Blind John DavisVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
18 Tell Me, Mama
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Blind John DavisVocals – Jazz Gillum
19 Deep Water Blues
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Blind John DavisVocals – Jazz Gillum
20 You're Tearing Your Playhouse Down
Double Bass [possibly, or], Washtub Bass [possibly] – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Blind John DavisVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
21 Go Back To The Country
Double Bass – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Roosevelt SykesVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
22 Five Feet Four
Double Bass – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Roosevelt SykesVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
23 Afraid To Trust Them
Double Bass – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Roosevelt SykesVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
24 Whiskey Head Buddies
Double Bass – Ransom KnowlingGuitar – Big Bill BroonzyPiano – Roosevelt SykesVocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum
25 Reckless Rider Blues
Double Bass – Alfred ElkinsGuitar – Leonard Caston Piano – Big Maceo Merriweather*Vocals, Harmonica – Jazz Gillum

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Document Records
  • Remastered At – Soundborn Studios

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Liner Notes – Keith Briggs
  • Remastered By – Gerhard Wessely

Notes

Recording date, location, matrix, catalog number:
1. July 4, 1941, Chicago, 064739-, Bluebird B-8816
2. July 4, 1941, Chicago, 064740-, Bluebird B-8846
3. July 4, 1941, Chicago, 064741-, Bluebird B-8816
4. July 4, 1941, Chicago, 064742-1, Bluebird B-8872
5. December 5, 1941, Chicago, 070440-, Bluebird B-8975
6. December 5, 1941, Chicago, 070441-1, Bluebird B-8943
7. December 5, 1941, Chicago, 070442-, Bluebird B-8975
8. December 5, 1941, Chicago, 070443-1, Bluebird B-8943
9. December 5, 1941, Chicago, 070444-1, Bluebird B-9004
10. December 5, 1941, Chicago, 070445-1, Bluebird B-9004
11. December 5, 1941, Chicago, 070446-, Bluebird B-9034
12. December 5, 1941, Chicago, 070447-, Bluebird B-9034
13. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074648-1, Bluebird B-9042
14. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074649-, Bluebird 34-0709
15. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074650-, Bluebird 34-0707
16. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074651-, Bluebird B-9042
17. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074652-, Bluebird unissued
18. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074653-, Bluebird 34-0707
19. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074654-, Bluebird 34-0709
20. July 30, 1942, Chicago, 074655-, Bluebird unissued
21. February 26, 1945, Chicago, D5-AB-312-, Bluebird 34-0730
22. February 26, 1945, Chicago, D5-AB-313-, Bluebird 34-0730
23. February 26, 1945, Chicago, D5-AB-314-, Bluebird 34-0741
24. February 26, 1945, Chicago, D5-AB-315-, Bluebird 34-0741
25. February 18, 1946, Chicago, D6-AB-1816-, Victor 20-1974

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (barcode on sticker on back): 714298519921