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  1. Snooks Eaglin: Mean Old Frisco: Music of New Orleans, Vol. 1: Henry Brown and Edith Johnson: Nickel's Worth of Liver: The Blues in St. Louis, Vol. 2: Henry Brown and Edith Johnson – Barrelhouse Piano and Classic Blues: Henry Brown: Henry Brown Blues: The Blues in St. Louis, Vol. 2: Henry Brown and Edith Johnson – Barrelhouse Piano and.
  2. Snooks Eaglin: Portraits In Blues Vol. 1 - Country Boy - Fly Right Back Baby # - Well I Had My Fun - Bottle It Up And Go - Mama Don't You Tear My Clothes - I Don't Know # - Mean Old World # - Alberta # - That's Allright # - Malaguena # - When They Ring Them Golden Bells # - Went Out Walkin' - Remember Me # # re-released on Storyville STCD
  3. Taken from unreleased recordings, previous Folkways releases, and early blues recordings, this two-disc set offers an introduction to the vocal styles, ornamentation, and instrumentation of this "highly personal, expressive idiom." Copious liner notes by Samuel B. Charters accompany the musical.
  4. Jan 15,  · Notable where the label’s “Portraits In Blues” series which featured full-length albums by Snooks Eaglin, John Henry Barbee, Big Joe Williams, Sunnyland Slim and others. Big Walter Horton is featured twice today, once with the group Chicago Blues Allstars and and a performance under his own name at the AFBF.
  5. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Snooks Eaglin - Portraits In Blues Vol 1 at Discogs. Complete your Snooks Eaglin collection/5(31).
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of A Portrait In Blues on Discogs. Label: Storyville - SLP ,Storyville - SLP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Blues • Style: Harmonica Blues, Chicago Blues.
  7. Mean Old Frisco: Music of New Orleans, Vol. 1: Henry Brown and Edith Johnson of meeting each other, Gary asked Sam about an LP that he had bought, back in , when he was a young teenager. The vinyl LP was From the above mentioned album we play “Married Man Blues. Other tracks by Charters, include one we played by Snooks Eaglin.
  8. Folkways Records released New Orleans Street Singer in and the album set the world of folk and acoustic blues fans on fire. Snooks Eaglin was in the early stages of his long R&B career when folklorist Harry Oster heard him playing solo on the streets of the French Quarter. That very recording, presented here with 7 previously unreleased tracks, captured Eaglin's genius and elevated him to.

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