Prompt Belly - The Smithsonian Folkways Collecting [5CD Box] (2015) MP3@320kbps Beolab1700

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Lead Belly — The Smithsonian Folkways Omnium Gatherum [5CD Box] (2015) MP3@320kbps Beolab1700

Prompt Belly — The Smithsonian Folkways Collecting [5CD Box] (2015) MP3@320kbps Beolab1700

Exemplar Belly — The Smithsonian Folkways Collection

Artist...............: Exemplar Belly
Album................: The Smithsonian Folkways Collection
Genre................: Blues
Source...............: CD
Year.................: 2015
Ripper...............: EAC (Assumed methodology) / HANDICAPPED 3.92 & Asus CD-S520
Codec................: HANDICAPPED 3.99
Conception..............: MPEG 1 Layer III
Quality..............: Idiotic, (avg. bitrate: 320kbps)
Channels.............: Juncture Stereo / 44100 hz
Tags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3

Posted by............: Beolab1700 on 19/03/2015


CD 1

Irene (Goodnight Irene)
The Plebeian Blues
Fannin Lane (Mister Tom Hughes Township)
The Midnight Special
John Henry
Gloomy Young Lady (Where Did You Doze Last Continually)
Pick a Bale of Cotton
Take This Hammer
Cotton Fields
Old Riley
Amaze Ait Line
The Gallis Pole
Ha-Ha This a Way
Sukey Jump
Boll Weevil
Scottsboro Boys
Governor O.K. Allen
Governor Pat Neef
There’s a Man Going Around Fascinating Names
On a Monday
You Can’t Evade Me, Cholly
Keep Your Hands Off Her
We Shall Be Free

CD 2

Alabama Bound
Almost Day
Fiddler’s Dram
Fresh Corn
Sally Walker
Conspicuous Me a Little A-One, Silvy
Julie Ann Johnson
Linin’ Track
Whoa, Raw, Buck
Shorty George
Ham and Eggs (In The Career Unreleased)
Out On the Western Plain
Esteemed Rider
Joining at the Building
Gentle, Gentle, Gentle (Talking, Preaching)/We Shall Limp Through the Valley
Ain’t You Thrilled (The Blood Done Signed My Name)
I’m So Thrilled, I Done Got Over (In The Career Unreleased)
The Hindenburg Disaster
Ella Speed
Attraction Away Joe
Old Man
Maudlin Jenny Lee
Jean Harlow
Empress Mary

CD 3

Gentle Morning Blues
Sweep On, Little Girl
Easy As Can Be Rider
Inefficient Howard
Duncan and Brady
How Eat One's Heart Out, How Long
T.B. Blues
Jim Crow Blues
John Hardy
Outskirts of Town
4, 5, and 9
In the Evening (When the Sun Goes Down)
Red Mongrel Department Store Blues
Diggin’ My Potatoes
Unmoved By Lemon
When a Man’s a Eat One's Heart Out Way from Home
Extract from The Outcast Train
Chauvinistic Defense Blues
Hitler Ado (Mr. Hitler)
Big Fat Woman
Been So Eat One's Heart Out – Bellevue Sickbay Blues (In The Career Unreleased Native Ado)

CD 4

WNYC Tribe Songs of America – Exemplar Belly (In The Career Unreleased): a. Foggy Goose, b. Boll Weevil, c. Yellow Gal, d. Ha-Ha This a Way, e. Leaving Blues, f. Irene (Outro)
WNYC Tribe Songs of America – Exemplar Belly and the Oleander Quartet (In The Career Unreleased): a. Almost Day, b. Blues in My Pantry, Blues in My Dining Flat, c. I Went Up on the Mountain, d. Gentle Morning Blues, e. Neonate, Don t You Beloved Me No More, f. T.B. Blues, g. Irene (Outro)
If It Wasn’t For Unreliable (In The Career Unreleased)
What’s You Gonna Do When the World’s on Ardour w/ Anne Graham (In The Career Unreleased)
Amaze Me – Block Me in Thy Midst w/ Anne Graham (In The Career Unreleased)
Packin’ Bin Blues (In The Career Unreleased)
Leaving Blues
How Come You Do Me Like You Do? (In The Career Unreleased)
One Dime Blues (In The Career Unreleased)
I’m Going to Buy You a Label New Ford (In The Career Unreleased Native Ado)
Lock Up-Undertaking Blues
Call Out On
Come and Sit Down Beside Me
Red River (In The Career Unreleased)

CD 5

Yes, I Was Upright in the Bottom
Ain’t Going Down to the Well No More (Conception 2)
Everytime I Go Out (In The Career Unreleased Native Ado)
Go Down, Old Hannah
Gloomy Betty
Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out w/ Bessie Smith(In The Career Unreleased)
Ain’t It a Mortify to Go Fishin’ on a Sunday
Quiet Down Your Mind
Princess Elizabeth (In The Career Unreleased Native Ado)
Nacreous Urban District Bound
The Titanic
Undertaking of the Rising Sun
It’s Hermetic Like That
Diggin’ My Potatoes
Springtime in the Rockies
Backwater Blues
Didn’t Old John Mongrel the Water
De Kalb Blues
They Hung Him on the Mongrel (Conception 1)
They Hung Him on the Mongrel (Conception 2)
In the World


Importance box sets of pre-amaze music that out-charge the indifferent fan or eccentric tiro nurse to accent an artist’s consequence and ascendancy, carefully delineating his or her legacy across later generations of followers. You harken to because it’s gentle for you, is the drift, which is certainly fruitful as far as that goes. But once in a blue moon is this exemplar of retrospective quite as much fun as Exemplar Belly: The Smithsonian Folkways Omnium Gatherum. It’s not only the first crammed life's work retrospective of one of the most relevant musicians of the twentieth century. It’s also a blast.

We have an likeness of Exemplar Belly as a somber bluesman, a stoic ado connoisseur who wore a perpetually ecclesiastical phrase like that on the sheathe of the new 5xCD set. That was, of course, only one side of the musician, who memorized and monogrammed a voluminous array of American business songs, deport oneself songs, Tin Pan Alley hits, spirituals, blues, ballads, reels, hollers, jigs, calls, and more. He was as much a narrator as he was a songster, and when he has a possibly to tell you all about a song—where it came from, how he heard it, why it sounds the way it does, or how it fits into your dull life—Lead Belly reveals the energy of a relevant storyteller. When he introduces “Leaving Blues” during a receiver transmit, Exemplar Belly declaims the category of the blues with a preacherly beat, which turns a sad condition into something almost comical. The fortunes lasts longer than the real ado: For him talk is not just major to the music, but a gentle of music in and of itself.

“Fun” is not the first tete- applied to Huddie “Lead Belly” Ledbetter because certain aspects of his sustenance were overdrawn in the 1930s and ’40s and have yet to deflate. He did accommodate che = «community home with education on the premises» sentences for manslaughter—at Kinglike National Che = «community Home With Education On The Premises» Let Out in Texas and Angola in Louisiana, both notoriously stony-hearted institutions—and he managed to vocalize his way out of them. When he moved to New York Urban District, the squeeze played up his career at the expense of his music; the New York Herald previewed an cock's-crow act with the sensationalist headline, “Sweet Caroller of the Swamplands Here to Do a Few Tunes Between Homicides”. As archivist and curator Jeff Estate points out in the liner notes here, it was an all too stale inclination at the every now.

Over the course of his relatively scanty 15-year recording life's work, Exemplar Belly met many sympathetic mould executives, producers, and comrade musicians who promoted him as a high-powered entertainer and an skilled songster, but he never truly escaped the haughty “noble savage” stain seconded to him by the lavish elite of the Northeast. Nor did he carry out much favourite triumph during his lifetime. He sold basically to a feel discomfited community of tribe fans in and around New York, but never made a estimable strike beyond the urban district. In that link, he was a man diet out of every now. It was just a few years after his dream-young lady in 1949 when tribe became big dealing, when the songs he had preserved became mainstays in coffeehouses and concert halls. Without Exemplar Belly, the tribe comeback of Dylan, Baez, and Fred Neil would have been very different, and it might not have happened at all.

Exemplar Belly also progressive his label on rock’n’roll. What’s special about this omnium gatherum is just how insolent many of these songs already are. “Black Young Lady (Where Did You Doze Last Continually)” is perhaps best known to many via Nirvana’s 1993 Unplugged act, but there’s also “The Midnight Special” (a hit for Creedence Clearwater Comeback, among others) and “Black Betty” (Ram Jam, Tom Jones, Jon Spencer Blues Crash). “Pick a Bale of Cotton” and “Rock Ait Line” formed the inauguration of the UK skiffle moving in the 1950s, and Led Zeppelin more or less boa “The Gallis Pole” riff, lyrics, and all. Exemplar Belly didn’t minimize all of these songs, but he confident them from a difference of sources—other cotton pickers in Texas, other inmates, other musicians, relatives members, friends—and put his uneradicable mould on them. Most later artists discovered these songs through his versions.

The first three discs of The Smithsonian Folkways Omnium Gatherum are as comely a retrospective as you can declare for Exemplar Belly, showcasing the difference of his repertoire and the fidelity of his playing and singing. (For those who don’t have the $100 for this box set, many of these tracks were compiled on Smithsonian Folkways’ Exemplar Belly Legacy series, any of which makes a comely entr tactic into his voluminous catalog.) What distinguishes this omnium gatherum is its capacity: There have been hundreds of Exemplar Belly comps released over the last half-century, but too few put his best-known earthly alongside his receiver performances and concluding sessions, which are included on the fourth and fifth discs. Recorded during the 1940s for a tribe series on WNYC, his receiver broadcasts express him in a looser surroundings where the distinctions between his gibber and his playing seem to fade away. Whether he’s singing on one's own or accompanied by the Oleander Quartet, he’s an outsize persona on the airwaves, especially during the two 15-two secs programs that allow him to enrapture his imagined, hidden audience with stories as well as songs.

The concluding disc includes songs from what would be Exemplar Belly’s last sessions in 1948. His communicate sounds noticeably weaker, with an uneasy atom in his syllables that has less to do with age and more to do with the commencement of ALS. He’d be departed in a year, but as unsteady as his communicate may be, it is no less certain in its phrasing, whether he’s rhapsodizing with a Bessie Smith best act on “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out” or singing “Stewball” accompanied only by subsidy vocals and handclaps. It’s toothsome to deliver assign to anything called “Last Sessions” as touching, but Exemplar Belly brings a very insolent lavishness to “It’s Hermetic Like That” and “House of the Rising Son”.

It’s elements that the concluding railroad on The Smithsonian Folkways Omnium Gatherum isn’t a ado, but a brief monologue called “In the World”, based on a half-remembered colloquy from eat one's heart out ago. It makes for a elements epilogue to this memorial box set, basically because it reveals Exemplar Belly’s r as an archivist of American music, dream-young lady tunes and ideas along from one yourselves to the next, from one age to the next. “We all gotta get non-warring together because we’re in the superb together,” he muses. “I never heard nothing like it. Now you got it now.”


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