Label: Document Records - DOCD-5109 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: Austria • Genre: Blues •
When Montgomery 's Bluebird two-fer dropped out of circulation, availability became rather dicey until the early '90s when Document brought out two CDs' worth of rare material from most of the labels he recorded for over a year period beginning in September Volume two covers that exact time span, beginning with four Paramount recordings that featured his touring partner, St.
Under no circumstances should anyone be alienated by the archaic audio quality of the first six titles on this album, because the rest of the disc is devoted to some of Montgomery 's choicest performances on record. Tracks seven through eleven were recorded for Bluebird at the St. Four of these feature the singing of Annie Turner, while "Goodbye, Good Luck to You" was delivered with gusto by Creole George Guesnona well-loved banjoist and guitarist whose strumming can be heard on dozens of early Crescent City jazz recordings.
The really surprising portion of the package comes next: tracks 12 - 15 were recorded in Chicago in for the Century label by the Little Brother Montgomery Quinteta traditional New Orleans jazz band with legendary trumpeter Lee Vicksburg Blues and seasoned clarinetist Oliver Alcorn doubling on the tenor sax. Rhythmic support was provided by string bassist Ernest Crawford and drummer Jerome Smith. The Caribbean-spiced "El Ritmo" is a beautiful Escucha Este Bugi - La B.E.P.S.* - Escucha Este Bugi / En Mi Cuarto of old-styled Louisiana jazz built Part 3 - Little Brother Montgomery - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Latin American rhythms.
Vicksburg Blues rest of this compilation features Montgomery the soloist. Tracks 16 - 19 were recorded for Savoy in Chicago on April 19, and for some unaccountable reason were not issued to the public until much later. Montgomery Surely Goodness And Mercy - Dale Coody - Heaven Came Down the "Cow Cow Blues," acknowledging for once and for all Davenport' s influence, and reinterprets his own early masterpieces, with the "Vicksburg" and "Crescent City Blues" standing out as glorious cornerstones of his personal repertoire.
By reissuing virtually everything he recorded during the Great Depression and the decade following the Second World War, Document has provided the background for Montgomery 's later, better-known recordings.
Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes.
Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Genre Blues. Boisterous Gritty Intimate Organic Playful. Hanging Out Late Night Partying. Track Listing. Good Grinding.
Little Brother Montgomery. Borrowed Love. Irene Scruggs. Must Get Mine in Front. Back to the Wall. Monkey Man Blues. Sweet Rider. Black Pony Blues. Deceived Blues. Workhouse Blues. Hard on You. Goodbye, Good Luck to You. George Guesnon. El Ritmo. Swingin' with Lee. Long Time Ago. Woman That I Love.
Vicksburg Blues. After Part 3 - Little Brother Montgomery - Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Blues. Little Brother Stomp. Mule Face Blues. Cow Cow Blues. Crescent City Blues. Winding Ball Blues. Little Brother Montgomery feat: Irene Scruggs. Borrowed Love Irene Scruggs. Little Brother Montgomery feat: Minnie Hicks. Vicksburg Blues Little Brother Montgomery.