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Blues Singer : 1929-1931 -Booger Rooger Saturday Nite

Gene Autry (ジーンオートリー)

基本情報

ジャンル
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カタログNo
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CK64987
組み枚数
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1
レーベル
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オリジナル盤発売年
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1996
フォーマット
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CD
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Frankie Marvin(Guitar (Steel)),  Gene Autry(Guitar),  Gene Autry(Vocals),  Roy Smeck(Guitar (Steel)),  Roy Smeck(Banjo),  Frankie Marvin(Animal Sounds),  Gene Autry(Yodeling),  Lawrence Cohn(Producer),  Adam Block(Director),  Champion Jack Dupree(Composer),  David Mitson(Mastering),  Gene Autry(Photography),  Howard Fritzson(Art Direction),  Jon Guyot Smith(Liner Notes),  Lawrence Cohn(Compilation Producer),  Moulder Sapulpa(Photography),  Sonny Terry(Composer),  David Mitson(Archival Restoration)

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If your concept of a blues singer embraces the sound of country music singer Jimmie Rodgers, as well as a Muddy Waters sideman like Jimmy Rogers, then this collection will make perfect sense to you. This superlative collection of Autry's earliest recordings for various Columbia budget labels like Melotone, Banner, Velvet Tone, Diva, and Oriole casts the latter-day cowboy hero in direct competition with Rodgers, sometimes recording covers of well-known hits by the Singing Brakeman. While seven of the 23 tracks collected here are Rodgers tunes (and superlative covers they are, too), ten of them are from Autry's pen, an indication that he not only had his own ideas to impart, but had figured the game out early from a business standpoint as well. On the majority of tracks, Autry is only accompanied by his yodeling and his acoustic guitar, but the addition on certain tracks of Roy Smeck on steel guitar or banjo certainly spices things up while allowing Autry to play some nifty fills in tandem. The biggest surprise, of course, is how comfortable Autry sounds on all of this material, clearly enjoying himself while finding his own voice as the sessions progress toward his cowboy singer breakthrough, only a year away from the last of these recordings. Yes, Gene Autry sang the blues and was pretty good at it, too. A landmark in country music's history while clearly demonstrating the cross-genre appeal of the blues as a musical form accessible to everyone. ~ Cub Koda, All Music Guide

収録曲   

  • 01. Birmingham Daddy (02:43)
  • 02. Rheumatism Blues, The (02:26)
  • 03. Dallas County Jail Blues (03:01)
  • 04. Jail-House Blues (02:39)
  • 05. I'm Atlanta Bound (02:39)
  • 06. In the Jailhouse Now, No. 2 (02:43)
  • 07. Bear Cat Papa Blues (02:49)
  • 08. Wildcat Mama Blues (02:22)
  • 09. High Steppin' Mama Blues (02:41)
  • 10. Yodeling Hobo, A (03:00)
  • 11. T.B. Blues (02:56)
  • 12. California Blues (02:33)
  • 13. Slu-Foot Lou (02:41)
  • 14. Stay Away from My Chicken House (02:43)
  • 15. Waiting for a Train (02:38)
  • 16. Frankie and Johnny (02:41)
  • 17. Do Right Daddy Blues (02:44)
  • 18. Blue Yodel No. 5 (02:36)
  • 19. My Rough and Rowdy Ways (02:44)
  • 20. Left My Gal in the Mountains (02:36)
  • 21. I've Always Been a Rambler (02:32)
  • 22. Dust Pan Blues (02:44)
  • 23. That's Why I Left the Mountains (03:09)

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Gene Autry

Gene Autry was more than a musician. His music, coupled with his careers in movies and on radio and television, made him a part of the mythos that has made up the American identity for the past hundred years -- John Wayne with a little bit of Sam Houston and Davy Crockett all rolled into one, with a great singing voice and an ear for music added on. He defined country music for two generations of

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