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PLAY ALL. Arbee's Blues. Released by FOLKWAYS RECORDS Jan 1961 11 Tracks.
Artist: Arbee Stidham Album: Arbee's Blues Genre: Blues, Early R&B Origin: USA Released: 1961/2009 Quality: mp3, 320 kbps Tracklist: Good Morning Blues (00:01:51). Falling Blues (00:04:08). Blue And Low (00:03:01). Misery Blues (00:02:23). My Baby Left Me (00:02:26). In The Evening (00:02:57). Walking Blues (00:03:12). I've Got To Forget You (00:03:35). Standing On The Corner (00:02:09).
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subtitled The Blues of Arbee Stidham, is an album by blues musician Arbee Stidham recorded in 1960 and released on the Bluesville label the following year. This session, which boasts King Curtis on tenor sax, doesn't cater to blues purists; while some of the tunes have 12 bars, others don't. Regardless, the feeling of the blues enriches everything.
Arbee Perkins Stidham (February 9, 1917 – April 26, 1988) was an American blues singer and t, active mostly in the late 1940s and 1950s. He was born in De Valls Bluff, Arkansas, to a musical family: his father, Luddie Stidham, played with Jimmie Lunceford, and his uncle with the Memphis Jug Band. Arbie learned to play the harmonica, clarinet and saxophone as a child.
Arbee's Blues lays testament to Bluesman Arbee Stidham's triumph over a long depression, a consequence of an accident that forced him to give up the saxophone in the mid-1950's. Along his route to recovery, the musician picked up the guitar, and this album-over half an hour of plaintive Chicago blues and swinging boogie-woogie-is one result. Stidham's deep, grizzly voice and understated guitar licks weave through Memphis Slim's piano/organ riffs and Jump Jackson's beats on snare.