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Folks, He Sure Do Pull Some Bow! Vintage Fiddle Music 1927-1935: Blues, Jazz, Stomps, Shuffles & Rags

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(Last Updated On: December 25, 2016)

Two dozen swingin’ sides of blues, jazz, stomps, shuffles and rags that show why the fiddle became known as the “devil’s box”! Everything from Mississippi string bands to Beale Street blues to South Side jazz is here; includes Ruckus Juice and Chittlin’ Memphis Jug Band; Lazy Lazy River Mississippi Sheiks; Moanin’ and Groanin’ Blues Peg Leg Howell & His Gang; If You Can’t Make It Easy, Sweet Mama Dixieland Jug Blowers; Get Up off That Jazzophone Bubbling-Over Five; Good Old Turnip Greens Bo Chatman; Throw Me in the Alley Peetie Wheatstraw & His Blue Blowers, and more.
A fantastic collection of old-time music, “Folks, He Sure Do Pull Some Bow!” captures vintage fiddle music at that rare crossroads where the blues, jazz, and something that would one day be called folk were all in their infancy. For fiddle virtuosos performing between 1927 and 1935, quite simply, anything goes. Banjo Ikey Robinson’s red hot “My Four Reasons” swings with humor and pizzazz, the State Street Boys’ “Rustlin’ Man” features the down-and-out blues vocals and fiddling of Big Bill Broonzy , and the Mississippi Sheiks’ jazzy, but blues-inspired “Lazy Lazy River” musically straddles both sides of the Mason Dixon Line. For many listeners, the more esoteric tracks will stick out: Bo Chatman (a.k.a. double-entendre blues king Bo Carter) is heard fiddling behind Alec Johnson’s goofy vocals on “Sister Maud Mule” (and in the spotlight on his own “Good Old Turnip Greens”); the Georgia Yellow Hammers’ “G Rag” is the product of a then-rare integrated recording session; and Abrew’s Portuguese Instrumental Trio performs “Cabo Verdranos Peca Nove” with incredible fiddling on what must be one of the first attempts at a crossover world-music disc. It’s all here–great remastering, in-depth liner notes, and wonderful playing. Each release from Old Hat–Violin, Sing the Blues for Me and Music from the Lost Provinces–feels definitive, and this gem is certainly no different. –Jason Verlinde
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Additional Information

AudienceRating

NR (Not Rated)

Binding

Audio CD

Brand

Various

CatalogNumberList

CDOH1003, 1003

Creator
EAN

0670725100325

EANList

0670725100325

Genre

Blues – Acoustic

IsEligibleForTradeIn

1

ItemDimensions

50, hundredths-inches, 500, hundredths-inches, 26, hundredths-pounds, 550, hundredths-inches

Label

Old Hat Records – Enterprises

Languages

English, Published, English, Original Language, English, Unknown

Manufacturer

Old Hat Records – Enterprises

MPN

CDOH1003

NumberOfDiscs

1

NumberOfItems

1

PackageDimensions

60, hundredths-inches, 570, hundredths-inches, 20, hundredths-pounds, 480, hundredths-inches

PackageQuantity

1

PartNumber

CDOH1003

ProductGroup

Music

ProductTypeName

ABIS_MUSIC

PublicationDate

2001-03-27

Publisher

Old Hat Records – Enterprises

ReleaseDate

2001-03-27

Studio

Old Hat Records – Enterprises

TradeInValue

55, USD, $0.55

UPC

670725100325

UPCList

670725100325

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