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Messin' Around Blues

Label: Delmark Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: 01. Farm House Blues (Jimmy Blythe) - 3:13; 02. Black Gal Make It Thunder (JB) - 2:45; 03. Mama's Got 'Em (JB) - 2:56; 04. The Folks Downstairs (Robinson, Blythe) - 3:04; 05. That's My Business (JB) - 2:51; 06. Steppin' on the Gas (JB) - 306; 07. Function Blues (JB) - 2:48; 08. When Grandpa Steps Out (JB) - 2:59; 09. Forty Blues (Williams, Blythe) - 3:23; 10. Sugar Dew Blues (JB) - 3:00; 11. Carolina Stomp (Bloom, Costello) - 3:00; 12. Messin' Around (St. Cyr, Cooke) - 2:57; 13. My Baby (Robinson, Blythe) - 3:13; 14. Nicaragua Blues (JB) - 3:32; 15. A Good Man Is Hard To Find (Eddie Green) - 2:56; 16. Ain't Gonna Run You Down (JB) - 2:56; 17. Comin' Home Blues (JB) - 2:52; 18. I Won't Give You None (Blythe, Huff) - 3:03; 19. Underworld Blues (Wallace, Thomas) - 3:24.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jimmy Blythe: Messin' Around Blues

Read "Messin' Around Blues" reviewed by AAJ Italy Staff

I rulli per pianoforte meccanico rappresentano un affascinante punto d'incontro fra le prassi musicali di Ottocento e Novecento. Vi ritroviamo un'epoca basata sulla pratica amatoriale casalinga, raccolta attorno al pianoforte (dove si eseguivano i cosiddetti light classic ma anche i nuovi ragtime freschi di stampa) e l'era della musica riprodotta, ascoltata più volte seduti in poltrona. ...

Messin' Around Blues

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2008
Track listing: Farm House Blues; Black Gal make It Thunder; Mama's Got 'Em; The Folks Downstairs; That's My Business; Steppin' On The Gas; Functikon Blues; When Grandpa Steps Out; Forty Blues; Sugar Dew Blues: Carolina Stomp; Messin' Around; My Baby; Nicaragua Blues; A Good Man Is Hard To Find; Ain't Gonna Run You Down; Comin' Home Blues; I Won't Give You None; Underworld Blues.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Jimmy Blythe: Messin' Around Blues

Read "Messin' Around Blues" reviewed by Nic Jones

The more time passes the sharper the light it shines on this music. Audio restoration has enhanced the quality of these pianola rolls made by a musician who was in right at the very beginnings of jazz. He was recording in Chicago before the end of 1927 in the company of clarinetist Johnny Dodds and others, ...


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