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Curley Weaver - Georgia Guitar Wizard (1928-1935) album mp3
Country Blues,Piedmont Blues,Pre-War Country Blues,Regional Blues
  • Performer:
    Curley Weaver
  • Title:
    Georgia Guitar Wizard (1928-1935)
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Country Blues,Piedmont Blues,Pre-War Country Blues,Regional Blues
  • Date of release:
    1987
  • Recording date:
    October 26, 1928 - April 23, 1935
  • Duration:
    50:24
  • Size FLAC version
    1189 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1397 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1578 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    613
  • Formats:
    DXD AA MOD TTA ADX VOX

Georgia Guitar Wizard 1928-1935 favourites.

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Georgia slide guitar wizard Curley Weaver (1906-1962) is best remembered for his lengthy association with Blind Willie McTell, one of several guitarists who are heard on a 23-track compilation of Weaver records dating from 1933-1935. This disc appeared on Document in 1992, was reissued in 2000, and again in 2005. An expressive vocalist who sang at times like Blind Boy Fuller or Blind Blake, Weaver occasionally shifted into a plaintive falsetto while dexterously manipulating his slide over the fretted neck of the guitar

Credits

The Georgia Browns - Ensemble, Guitar
Fred McMullen - Guitar
Blind Willie McTell - Guitar
Clarence Moore - Accordion, Vocals
Buddy Moss - Guitar, Harmonica
Johnny Parth - Composer, Producer
Rudolf Staeger - Executive Producer
Rudi Steager - Executive Producer
Susan Swain - Liner Note Art, Liner Notes
Curley Weaver - Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Vocals
Henry "Rubberlegs" Williams - Composer
Ruth Willis - Vocals
Ruth Mary Willis - Vocals

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Sweet Petunia Henry "Rubberlegs" Williams Curley Weaver 3:23
2 No No Blues Johnny Parth / Curley Weaver Curley Weaver 3:13
3 Baby Boogie Woogie Curley Weaver Curley Weaver 3:10
4 Wild Cat Kitten Curley Weaver 3:16
5 No No Blues Johnny Parth / Curley Weaver Curley Weaver 3:12
6 Leg Iron Blues Curley Weaver 3:18
7 Some Cold, Rainy Day Curley Weaver 2:43
8 Tippin' Tom Curley Weaver 3:01
9 Birmingham Gambler Curley Weaver 2:55
10 Decatur Street 81 Curley Weaver 2:47
11 Black Woman Curley Weaver 3:18
12 City Cell Blues Curley Weaver 3:16
13 Sometime Mama Curley Weaver 3:10
14 Oh Lawdy Mama Curley Weaver 3:20
15 Two Faced Woman Curley Weaver 3:10
16 Fried Pie Blues Curley Weaver 3:12