Preachin' the Blues: The Music of Mississippi Fred McDowell

Various Artists

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Genre
Blues
Label
Telarc
Released
July 30, 2012

Format: Compact Disc

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Description

In celebration of Mississippi Fred McDowell's legacy, twelve leading figures in contemporary blues - including Charlie Musselwhite, Tab Benoit, Sue Foley and Steve James - came together to record this 2002 tribute album.

In a career that spanned a half-century and endured the evolution of American popular music from its earliest roots in the Mississippi Delta to the birth and proliferation of rock and roll in the '50s and '60s, Fred McDowell defied fashion and stood out from the pack by remaining true to the same deep Delta roots that spawned his two primary influences, Charley Patton and Son House.

His unswerving commitment to the most basic vision of the blues - even as late as the mid 20th century - played an incalculable role in the folk-blues revival of the late '50s and early '60s. And for a guy who openly denounced rock and roll to the very end, his influence on artists like the Rolling Stones, Bonnie Raitt, and the Mississippi All-Stars can't be denied.

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Key Value
Catalogue number CD83536
Barcode 0089408353628
Number of items 1
Packaging type Jewel Case
Imported No
Weight 90g
Dimensions (LxWxH) 142mm x 10mm x 125mm

Disc 1

Track Listing — Disc 1

Song Title Time
1. Paul Geremia - Get Right Church -
2. Charlie Musselwhite - 61 Highway -
3. Anders Osborne Kokomo Blues -
4. Dan Corbett, Gregg Hoover, Colleen Sexton & Darren Thiboutot - Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning -
5. Brian Stoltz - You Gotta Move -
6. Tab Benoit - Train I Ride -
7. David Maxwell - I Heard Somebody Call -
8. Sue Foley - Frisco Line -
9. Kenny Neal - Fred's Worried Life Blues -
10. Steve James - I Rolled and I Tumbled -
11. Dan Corbett, Gregg Hoover, Jumpin' Johnny Sansone & Darren Thiboutot - That's Alright -
12. Scott Holt - Good Morning Little Schoolgirl -