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9 thoughts on “ Bo Carter - Policy Blues / My Baby (Shellac)

  1. Nikogul
    It was noted by one music historian as "by far the most explicit blues song preserved at a commercial pre-war recording session". The more noteworthy musicians who utilised the style included Bo Carter, Bull Moose Jackson, Harlem Hamfats, Wynonie Harris, and Hank Ballard and The Midnighters.
  2. Dimi
    Cigarette Blues recorded by Bo Carter (Chatman) on 20th February in New Orleans. Says I've come over here sweet baby, 'Cause I'm all alone, Haven't got nobody, Just to carry my smoking on. Won't you just drove my cigarette, Smoke it that whole night long. Just drove my cigarette baby till you make my good ashes come. Now I got to go up the country.
  3. Metaxe
    Bo Carter - Policy Blues (Letras y canción para escuchar) - Hey I wonder: Where is that policy right man [at] now / I done lose all my money shooting craps: And I can't win / No money nohow / / I'm going to put my last.
  4. Tusida
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bo Carter, Vol. 5 () - Bo Carter on AllMusic -
  5. Tanris
    Armenter "Bo Carter" Chatmon's lyrics proved him the master of the double entendre, from "Banana in Your Fruit Basket" to "Let Me Roll Your Lemon" to "My Pencil Won't Write No More." His solo work from the late s to the early '40s is stunning, with Robert Johnson-influenced guitar work weaving multiple bass and treble parts simultaneously.
  6. Faezshura
    Bo Carter Play Keep On Eatin' Memphis Minnie Play Why Do You Moan? Bo Weavil Jackson ("My baby run off with a bus driver/ And you know that don't seem right/ He used to give her rides in the daytime/ Now she gives him rides at night"). Then it's on to the s and '50s and a series of classic cuts from jump blues and R&B stars.
  7. Nasar
    Bo Carter was a veritable encyclopedia of Mississippi blues styles, and then some. At his last session cut in Atlanta on February 12, he recorded fourteen tracks with twelve being issued. There was less of a divergence from straight blues at this session, but Bo Carter still knew how to put an original stamp on any blues he recorded.
  8. Fenribar
    Titles include: Let Me Roll Your Lemon, Pussy Cat Blues, Policy Blues, Dinner Blues, My Baby and Arrangement for Me Blues. 91 minutes • Level 2/3 • Detailed tab/music PDF file on the DVD. Review: Much admiration for John Miller for many years after buying his early recordings. One of the few who gives Bo Carter due recognition and his.
  9. Molabar
    Bo Carter (born Armenter Chatmon, June 30, or March 21, - September 21, ) was an American early blues musician. He was a member of the Mississippi Sheiks in concerts, and on a few of their recordings. Carter also managed that group, which included his brother, Lonnie Chatmon, on fiddle and occasionally Sam Chatmon on bass, along with a friend, .

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