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Nobodys Darlin But Mine

Jimmie Davis (ジミーデイヴィス)

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BCD15943
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1
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Germany
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Al Mack(Piano),  Al McIntire(Bass),  Arthur Shapiro(Bass),  Bill Graham(Trumpet),  Bill Parker(Guitar),  Bob Dunn(Trombone),  Bob Nichols(Guitar (Steel)),  Buddy Jones(Guitar),  Buddy Jones(Vocals),  Buster B. Jones(Guitar (Steel)),  Charles Mitchell(Guitar (Steel)),  Derwood Brown(Guitar),  Dick Roberts(Guitar (Steel)),  Don Anderson(Trumpet),  Don Linder(Trumpet),  Ed Davis(Guitar),  Ed Davis(Vocals),  Frank Signorelli(Piano),  Haig Stephens(Bass),  Herschel Woodall(Bass),  Jack Davis(Guitar (Steel)),  Jackie Barnes(Guitar),  Jackie Barnes(Vocals),  Jim Hewlett(Trumpet),  Jimmie Davis(Vocals),  Jimmy Wakely(Bass),  Joe Shelton(Guitar),  Johnny Bond(Guitar),  Lani McIntire(Guitar),  Leon Chappelear(Guitar),  Lloyd Perryman(Bass),  Oscar Woods(Guitar),  Oscar Woods(Vocals),  Perry Botkin(Guitar),  Ruby Blevins(Vocals),  Rudy Sooter(Guitar),  Ruth White(Bass),  Ruth White(Vocals),  Tony Gottuso(Guitar),  Vaughn Horton(Guitar (Steel)),  Wanna Coffman(Bass),  Wilson "Lefty" Perkins(Guitar (Steel)),  Bill Harper(Cello),  Bill Harper(Fiddle),  Buddy Jones(Harmonica),  Curly Fox(Fiddle),  Joe Shelton(Mandolin),  Johnny Borowski(Fiddle),  Lani McIntire's Hawaiians(Choir, Chorus),  Ocie Stockard(Banjo),  Ruby Blevins(Fiddle),  Buddy Jones(Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part),  Jimmie Davis(Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part),  Jimmie Davis(Whistle (Human)),  Joe Shelton(Gut String Guitar),  Oscar Woods(Speech/Speaker/Speaking Part),  Buddy Jones(Yodeling),  Ruby Blevins(Yodeling),  Dave Kapp(Producer),  Jimmie Davis(Arranger),  Ralph Peer(Producer),  Andrew Brown(Illustrations),  Andrew Brown(Photography),  Charlie Rich(Composer),  Colin Escott(Illustrations),  Colin Escott(Photography),  Davis(Composer),  Earl Burtnett(Composer),  Ferdinand Joseph "Jelly Roll" Morton(Composer),  Freddie Simon(Composer),  Hank Snow(Composer),  Harold Orlob(Composer),  Ingo Steinbach(Mastering),  J Davis(Composer),  Jimmie Davis(Composer),  Joan S. Sommer(Composer),  Joe Howard(Composer),  John "Shifty" Henry(Composer),  John Lee Hooker(Composer),  Kevin Coffey(Illustrations),  Kevin Coffey(Photography),  Lawrence Welk(Orchestra),  Les Leverett(Illustrations),  Les Leverett(Photography),  Mabel Wayne(Composer),  Nadine Wuppesahl(Artwork),  O'Daniel(Composer),  Packy Smith(Illustrations),  Packy Smith(Photography),  R.A. Andreas(Illustrations),  R.A. Andreas(Photography),  Steve Lasker(Mastering),  Stuart Hamblen(Composer),  Tony Russell(Illustrations),  Tony Russell(Photography),  Unknown(Composer),  Alan Stoker(Digital Transfers),  Bob Jones(Digital Transfers),  Johnny Bond(Leader),  Perry Botkin(Leader),  Richard Weize(Discography),  Richard Weize(Reissue Producer),  Rudy Sooter(Leader),  Steve Lasker(Digital Transfers),  Tony Russell(Discography),  Alan Stoker(Disc Transfers),  Alan Stoker(Metal Transfers),  Bob Jones(Disc Transfers),  Bob Jones(Metal Transfers),  Steve Lasker(Disc Transfers),  Steve Lasker(Metal Transfers),  Tony Russell(Biographical Information),  Tony Russell(Song Notes)

商品説明

Jimmie Davis' music is a strange mix of sentimentality and double-entendre, serious devotional songs juxtaposed with utterly raunchy (and playful) blues and novelty tunes. This five-CD box consists of Davis' sides for Doggone, Victor and American Decca between July 1928 and December 9, 1937. Few performers, especially in pre-war country music, could have juggled the range of repertory here for very long without offending someone and killing a chunk of their careers; instead, Davis used his music to get to the Louisiana governor's mansion twice, once in 1944 and again in 1960. Disc one opens with Davis' earliest sides for Victor in 1929, which were heavily influenced by the work of Jimmie Rodgers. Disc one ends with Davis' four 1928 sides for Doggone. The sides show serious wear and surface noise, but their main drawback is that Davis is trying to sound like Bing Crosby as he covers a quartet of then-contemporary hits. Disc two opens with a trio of hobo songs. In content and delivery, Davis' blues sound uncannily like contemporaries such as Furry Lewis, especially on this session, where most of what follows the hobo material is straight blues or novelty tunes with a risque edge. Disc three opens with a pair of the most sexually explicit songs never to make the cut on any risque blues collection. The pairing of pieces like this with sentimental numbers is downright mind-boggling, yet Davis pulled it off. Discs four and five comprise the first three years of his career with Decca Records, which produced his biggest hit of the early '30s, Nobody's Darlin' but Mine. The booklet isn't as full or detailed as one might wish, and it's sad to know that some session information on these 1920s and '30s numbers is lost to fading memories. ~ Bruce Eder, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Barroom Message
  • 02. Baby's Lullaby
  • 03. Out Of Town Blues
  • 04. Home Town Blues
  • 05. Settling Down For Life
  • 06. My Dixie Sweetheart
  • 07. You're The Picture Of Your Mother
  • 08. Doggone That Train
  • 09. My Louisiana Girl
  • 10. Cowboy's Home Sweet Home
  • 11. She's A Hum Dum Dinger
  • 12. Before You Say Farewell
  • 13. Where The Old Red River Flows
  • 14. Penitentiary Blues
  • 15. Arabella Blues
  • 16. In Arkansas
  • 17. Lonely Hobo
  • 18. I'll Be Happy Today
  • 19. Woman's Blues
  • 20. Bear Cat Mama From Horner's Corner
  • 21. My Arkansas Sweetheart
  • 22. Ramona
  • 23. You'd Rather Forget Thabn Forgive
  • 24. Think Of Me Thinking Of You
  • 25. Way Out On The Mountain
  • 26. Hobo's Warning
  • 27. Wild And Reckless Hobo
  • 28. Davis Limited
  • 29. She Left A Runnin' Like A Sewing Machine
  • 30. Down At The Old Country Church
  • 31. She's A Hum Dum Dinger
  • 32. Market House Blues
  • 33. Get On Board Aunt Susan
  • 34. Midnight Blues
  • 35. There's Evil In Ye Children Gather Round
  • 36. Pea Picking Papa
  • 37. I'll Get Mine By And By
  • 38. Barnyard Stomp
  • 39. I Wonder (If She Is Blue)
  • 40. Davis' Last Day Blues (1982 Blues)
  • 41. High Behind Blues
  • 42. Saturday Night Stroll
  • 43. Sewing Machine Blues
  • 44. Red Nightgown Blues
  • 45. Davis' Salty Dog
  • 46. You Can't Tell About The Women Nowadays
  • 47. Shotgun Wedding
  • 48. Hold 'er Newt
  • 49. Yo Yo Mama
  • 50. Tom Cat And Pussy Blues
  • 51. Organ Grinder Blues
  • 52. Rockin' Blues
  • 53. Wampas Kitty Mama
  • 54. Bury Me In Old Kentucky
  • 55. Jealous Love
  • 56. Gambler's Return
  • 57. Home In Caroline
  • 58. It's All Coming Home To You
  • 59. I Wonder If She's Blue
  • 60. When It's Round Up Time In Heaven
  • 61. Would You
  • 62. You've Been Tom Cattin' Around
  • 63. Alimony Blues
  • 64. Keyhole In The Door
  • 65. Beautiful Texas
  • 66. Triflin' Mama Blues
  • 67. I Want Her Tailor Made
  • 68. Alimony Blues
  • 69. That's Why I'm Nobody's Darling
  • 70. Do You Ever Think Of Me
  • 71. Prairie Of Love
  • 72. Sweet Loraine
  • 73. There Ain't Gonna Be No Afterwhile
  • 74. Easy Rider Blues
  • 75. Just Forgive And Forget
  • 76. Pal Of Long Ago
  • 77. Nobody's Darlin' But Mine
  • 78. If I Ever Cry You'll Never Know
  • 79. Sweetheart Of West Texas
  • 80. When It's Round Up Time In Heaven
  • 81. Ten Tiny Toes
  • 82. I Wonder Where You Are
  • 83. In The West Where Life Is Free
  • 84. You'll Be Comin' Back Some Day
  • 85. Hard Hearted Mama
  • 86. Jimmie's Travelin' Blues
  • 87. I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now
  • 88. Pi Rootin' Around
  • 89. High Geared Daddy
  • 90. Good Time Papa Blues
  • 91. Honky Tonk Blues
  • 92. Nobody's Darlin' But Mine
  • 93. Shirt Tail Blues
  • 94. I Wish I Had Never Seen Sunshine
  • 95. High Geared Mama
  • 96. One Two Three Four
  • 97. Bed Bug Blues
  • 98. Have You Ever Been In Heaven
  • 99. It's Been Years (Since I've Seen My Mother)
  • 100. Greatest Mistake In My Life
  • 101. I Ain't Gonna Let Ol' Satan Turn Me 'round
  • 102. Beautiful Mary
  • 103. Sweetheart Please Be True To Me
  • 104. It Will Be Sweet When We Meet
  • 105. My Brown Eyed Texas Rose
  • 106. By The Grave Of Nobody's Darling (My Darling's Promise)
  • 107. Moonlight And Skies
  • 108. My Blue Bonnet Girl
  • 109. Jellyroll Blues
  • 110. Shackles And Chains
  • 111. Ridin' Down The Arizona Trail
  • 112. Call Me Back Pal O'mine
  • 113. Graveyard Blues
  • 114. Just A Girl That Men Forget
  • 115. Are You Tired Of Me Darling
  • 116. Mama's Getting Hot And Papa's Getting Cold
  • 117. Red River Blues
  • 118. When It's Peach Pickin' Time In Georgia
  • 119. Come On Over To My House (Ain't Nobody Home But Me)
  • 120. Answer To Nobody's Darling But Mine
  • 121. In My Cabin Tonight
  • 122. When A Boy From The Mountains (Weds A Girl From The Valley)
  • 123. Don't Say Goodbye If You Love Me

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Jimmie Davis

In a performing career spanning eight decades of the 20th century, Jimmie Davis embraced both risque country-blues and later traditional gospel, meanwhile maintaining a concurrent public-service career that saw him twice elected governor of Louisiana. In fact, his greatest musical successes came during his two terms as governor, once in the mid-'40s and again in the early '60s.Born James Houston D

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