By Son House, Fiddlin' Joe Martin. PLAY ALL. Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: Son House. Released by Sony Music Sep 2003 14 Tracks. By Son House, Fiddlin' Joe Martin. Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: Son House is a English album released on Sep 2003. Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: Son House Album has 14 songs sung by Son House, Fiddlin' Joe Martin. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Martin Scorsese Presents.
Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues: Son House. Other albums by Son House. The Legendary Son House: Father of the Folk Blues. This collection spotlights the great Delta bluesman Son House at three distinct points in his life. Included here are three of his 78s issued in the 1930s by Paramount Records, several of the Library of Congress field recordings done by Alan Lomax in 1941-1942, and a sampling of rediscovered 1960s concert pieces, including a riveting version of Blind Willie Johnson's "John the Revelator.
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Martin Scorsese Presents. has been added to your Basket. I was present at the London Blues Festival in 1967 or was it 1968 when Son House played and have these memories of him sitting on his own and the light of his shiny blue guitar flashing into the audience as he strummed chunky chords and sang his blues; very atmospheric. This CD brings back these memories and is a good example of his repertoire. He plays the blues in such a simplistic but effective manner and technique; also very effective use of the bottle neck. A classic album showing the genius of this original Blues Man. Whilst the early recordings are quite 'scratchy' they capture the music in it's most pure form. The later recordings are simply awesome.
Martin Scorsese Presents the Blues. March 21, 1902 – October 19, 1988), better known as Son House, was an influential blues singer and guitarist. His date of birth is a matter of some debate. Son House himself alleged that he was middle aged during World War I, and, more specifically, that he was 79 in 1965, which would mean that he was born around 1886. However, all legal records place his birth on March 21, 1902.
The occasion of the series of television films broadcast under the umbrella title The Blues in the fall of 2003 provided the opportunity to compile the highlights of Keb' Mo''s recording career thus far into a single-disc collection
Martin Scorsese Presents The Blues: Keb' Mo' is a blues album by Keb' Mo', it was released in 2003 as part of Martin Scorsese's The Blues documentary series. Soon As I Get Paid" (Moore, Parker) - 4:37. Come on in My Kitchen" (Johnson) - 4:08. Perpetual Blues Machine" (Graper, Moore) - 3:15. Don't Try to Explain" (Moore) - 3:57. I'm on Your Side" (Moore) - 3:39. Henry" (Moore, Parker) - 5:18. Am I Wrong" (Moore) - 2:19. A Letter to Tracy" (Moore, Parker) - 4:10.