Montag, August 02, 2010

Me And The Devil Blues

Robert Johnson
Steady Rollin´ Man
"The Complete Recorded Works"


01 - Walking Blues
02 - Me And The Devil
03 - Honeymoon Blues
04 - Crossroad Blues
05 - Stones In My Passway
06 - Kindhearted Woman
07 - They're Red Hot
08 - Phonograph Blues
09 - Milkcow Calf's Blues
10 - Ramblin' On My Mind
11 - Terraplane Blues
12 - Drunken Hearted Man
13 - 32-20 Blues
14 - Come On In My Kitchen
15 - Travelling Riverside Blues
16 - Love In Vain
17 - Dead Shrimp Blues
18 - Stop Breaking Down
19 - Little Queen Of Spades
20 - When You Got A Good Friend
21 - If I Had Possession Over Judgement Day


22 - Preaching Blues (Up Jumped The Devil)
23 - Me And The Devil (Alternate Version)
24 - Steady Rollin' Man
25 - Crossroad Blues (Alternate Version)
26 - From Four Till Late
27 - Kindhearted Woman (Alternate Version)
28 - I Believe I'll Dust My Broom
29 - Phonograph Blues (Alternate Version)
30 - Milkcow's Calf Blues (Alternate Version)
31 - Ramblin On My Mind (Alternate Version)
32 - Malted Milk
33 - Drunken Hearted Man (Alternate Version)
34 - Hellbound On My Trail
35 - Come On In My Kitchen (Alternate Version)
36 - Traveling Riverside Blues (Alternate Version)
37 - Love In Vain (Alternate Version)
38 - Last Fair Deal Gone Down
39 - Stop Breaking Down (Alternate Version)
40 - Little Queen Of Spades (Alternate Version)
41 - When You Got A Good Friend (Alternate Version)
42 - Sweet Home Chicago

Playback issues in extant recordings

The accuracy of the pitch and speed of the extant recordings has been questioned. In The Guardian's music blog from May 2010, Jon Wilde states that "the common consensus among musicologists is that we've been listening to Robert Johnson at least 20% too fast;" i.e., that "the recordings were accidentally speeded up when first committed to 78 rpm records, or else were deliberately speeded up to make them sound more exciting." He does not give a source for this statement. Former Sony music executive Lawrence Cohn, who won a Grammy for the label's 1991 reissue of Johnson's works, "acknowledges there's a possibility Johnson's 1936-37 recordings were sped up, since the OKeh/Vocalion family of labels, which originally issued the material, was 'notorious' for altering the speed of its releases. 'Sometimes it was 78 rpms, sometimes it was 81 rpms,' he says. It's impossible to check the original sources, since the metal stampers used to duplicate the original 78 discs disappeared years ago."

Jimi Hendrix
feat.Jim Morrison, Johnny Winter, Buddy Miles
Woke Up This Morning and Found Myself Dead
Live in New York City

1.Red House 10:57
2.Wake Up This Morning and Find Yourself Dead 8:05
3.Bleeding Heart (Elmore James) 12:29
4.Morrison's Lament (Jim Morrison) 3:30
5.Tomorrow Never Knows (John Lennon, Paul McCartney) 5:11
6.Uranus Rock 3:11
7.Outside Woman Blues (Blind Joe Reynolds) 8:03
8.Sunshine of Your Love (Jack Bruce, Eric Clapton, Pete Brown) 2:16


Jimi Hendrix – electric guitar, vocals
Jim Morrison – vocals, screaming, harmonica
Unknown (possibly Randy Hobbs) – bass guitar
Buddy Miles – drums


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