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Mississippi John Hurt - Live album mp3

Performer: Mississippi John Hurt
Title: Live
Country: US
Released: 2002
Style: Country Blues, Folk
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 721
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John Smith Hurt, better known as Mississippi John Hurt (July 3, 1893 or March 8, 1892 - November 2, 1966) was an American country blues singer and guitarist. Raised in Avalon, Mississippi, Hurt taught himself how to play the guitar around age nine. He first recorded for Okeh Records in 1928, but these were commercial failures.

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Rediscovered is a posthumous 1998 Mississippi John Hurt compilation album released on Vanguard Records. It contains 23 songs that had previously been released on four of Hurt's earlier Vanguard albums: Today!, The Immortal Mississippi John Hurt, Last Sessions, and The Best of Mississippi John Hurt. The album's liner notes were written by Ed Ward.

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Tracklist

1 Here I Am, Oh Lord, Send Me 3:06
2 I Shall Not Be Moved 3:30
3 Nearer My God To Thee 3:08
4 Baby What's Wrong With You 3:36
5 Ain't Nobody's Business 2:36
6 Salty Dog Blues 3:04
7 Coffee Blues 3:18
8 Avalon, My Home Town 3:42
9 Make Me A Pallet On Your Foor 3:50
10 Since I've Laid My Burden Down 3:40
11 Sliding Delta 3:11
12 Monday Morning Blues 3:59
13 Richland Woman Blues 4:37
14 Candy Man 3:52
15 Stagolee 4:15
16 My Creole Belle 2:31
17 C.C. Rider 3:57
18 Spanish Fandango 1:12
19 Talking Casey 4:25
20 Chicken 0:58
21 You Are My Sunshine 2:32
22 Hop Joint 2:32
23 Trouble, I've Had It All My Days 2:30
24 Spike Driver Blues 3:52

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Newport Folk Festival
  • Recorded At – Oberlin College

Credits

  • Compilation Producer – Tom Vickers
  • Design [Package Design] – Drew Cartwright
  • Engineer [Compilation Engineered For Release By] – Jeff Zaraya
  • Liner Notes – Billy Altman
  • Other [Creative Services] – Georgette Cartwright
  • Photography By – Daniel Kramer
  • Producer – Bob Scherl (tracks: Except 22 to 24)
  • Vocals, Guitar – Mississippi John Hurt

Notes

Tracks 22, 23 and 24 are previously unreleased

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 015707970228

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VSD 19/20 Mississippi John Hurt The Best Of Mississippi John Hurt ‎(2xLP, Album) Vanguard VSD 19/20 US 1971
VMTC 6304 Mississippi John Hurt The Best Of Mississippi John Hurt ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Vanguard VMTC 6304 UK 1987
VSD 19/20 Mississippi John Hurt The Best Of Mississippi John Hurt ‎(2xLP, Album, Promo) Vanguard VSD 19/20 US 1971
VSD-19/20 Mississippi John Hurt The Best Of Mississippi John Hurt ‎(2xLP, Album) Vanguard VSD-19/20 UK 1974
VMLP 5304 Mississippi John Hurt The Best Of Mississippi John Hurt ‎(LP, Album, RE) Vanguard VMLP 5304 US 1987


Reviews (1)
Rivik
My favorite John Hurt recording. His reputation as the "introverted bluesman" must have come from his old singles, which sound as whispery and mythic and lost to time as the rest of Harry Smith's selected tracks, and his bittersweet later albums, on which death is always lurking in the background. On "The Best of Mississippi John Hurt" his crowd interactions are brief and on point and he sounds like he had more fun at the Oberlin cafeteria than he did working on any of the four studio albums. This is his party record: he's well-oiled, delighted by his undiminished guitar skills and the voice he's aged into, and ready to play the syncopated, tasty songs he wrote and arranged as a young man in Mississippi. In the words of John Fahey: "John Hurt was a farmer and a family man. And a religious man. And a gentleman." We can only pray we get to go out like this.

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