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Various - The Mississippi River Of Song: A Musical Journey Down The Mississippi album

Various - The Mississippi River Of Song: A Musical Journey Down The Mississippi album

  • Performer: Various
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock / Soul, Funk / Blues / Pop / World, Folk, Country
  • Title: The Mississippi River Of Song: A Musical Journey Down The Mississippi
  • Released: 1998
  • Label: Smithsonian Folkways
  • Catalog: SFW 40086
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 1421 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2902 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 703

Tracklist

1Little MiltonGrits Ain't Groceries (All Around The World)
Bass – Al WilderDrums – Jason HicksRhythm Guitar – Rod HurtSaxophone – Larry WeathersbyTrumpet – Steve MaylorVocals, Lead Guitar – Little MiltonWritten-By – Titus Turner
4:19
2Robert Lockwood, Jr.Take A Little Walk With Me
Vocals, Guitar – Robert Lockwood, Jr.Written-By – Annie Lockwood, R. Lockwood, Jr.
2:45
3Irma ThomasTime Is On My Side
Bass – Robert Harvey Drums – Wilbert J. WidowGuitar – Arthur Bell Keyboards – Warner WilliamsSaxophone – Charles Elan III, Emile Hall JrVocals – Irma ThomasWritten-By – J. Ragovoy
2:44
4Chippewa NationPowwow Song
Vocals, Drums – Bruce White , Douglas Kingbird, Pete White , Randy Kingbird
2:47
5John KoernerSail Away, Ladies
Arranged By – John KoernerGuitar – Dakota Dave HullHarmonica – Tony GloverKeyboards – Willie MurphyMandolin – Peter OstroushkoVocals, Twelve-String Guitar – John Koerner
3:26
6The Manny Lopez QuintetJazz Me Blues
Bass – William H. HaleCornet, Leader – Manny Lopez Drums – Manny "Dude" Lopez IIIPiano – Tewanta YeringtonTrombone – Jeff D. ClaussWritten-By – Edward B. Marks, T. Delaney
4:28
7D.L. MenardLa Porte D'en Arrière
Accordion – Robert JardellFiddle – Leo AbshireGuitar – Christine BalfaSteel Guitar – Terry HuvalVocals – Becky Menard MorelandVocals, Guitar – D.L. MenardWritten-By – D.L. Menard
3:45
8Karl HartwichKim Marie
Concertina [German] – Karl HartwichWritten-By – K. Hartwich
2:57
9The Boundless Love QuartetThe Sweetest Song I Know
Guitar – Chuck BurtonHarmonica – James RenfroePiano – Cindy AllardinVocals – Aaron "Flip" Mayo, Charles Martin , Huell Tilley, Jill BrewingtonWritten-By – Albert E. Brumley
2:27
10Geno DelafoseBon Chien
Accordion, Vocals – Geno DelafoseBass – John "Pop" EspriteDrums – Germaine JackGuitar – Joseph "Cookie" ChavisWashboard [Rub Board] – Steven Nash Written-By – John Delafose
2:45
11Soul RebelsLet Your Mind Be Free
Drum [Bass] – Derrick MoseDrum [Snare], Vocals [Rap] – LuMar LeBlancPercussion – Michael WoodsSaxophone – Byron Bernard, Will Terry Trombone – Herberts Stevens, Winston Turner Trumpet – Cannon WilliamsTrumpet, Vocals – Mervin CampbellTuba – Damion FrancoisWritten By – S. JohnsonWritten-By – B. Bernard, C. Watson, D. Francois, D. Moss, L. LeBlanc, M. Campbell
2:52
12The Bottle RocketsGet Down, River
Acoustic Bass – Tom Ray Drums – Mark OrtmannRhythm Guitar – Tom ParrVocals, Lead Guitar – Brian HennemanWritten-By – Brian Henneman
3:02
13 Section Two: The Midwestern Crossroads
14Oliver SainStop Breaking Down
Arranged By, Adapted By – Oliver SainBass – Jimmy HindsDrums – Michael RotaGuitar – Michael Harris Vocals, Keyboards, Saxophone – Oliver SainWritten-By – John Lee Williamson
5:06
15The Mississippi Mass ChoirWe Praise Your Holy Name
Drums – Sam ScottKeyboards – Jerry Smith Organ – David CurrySoloist – Alisa PatrickVocals – The Mississippi Mass ChoirWritten-By – Jerry Smith
5:48
16Soul Asylum I Did My Best
Bass – Karl MuellerDrums – Sterling CampbellGuitar – Dan MurphyWritten-By, Vocals, Guitar – Dave Pirner
3:54
17John HartfordMiss Ferris
Vocals, Fiddle – John HartfordWritten-By – J. Hartford
3:52
18Sounds Of BlacknessI'll Open My Mouth To The Lord/I'll Be Ready
Vocals – Sounds Of Blackness
1:53
19The Memphis Horns And Ann PeeblesSt. Louis Blues
Piano – Paul Brown Tenor Saxophone – Andrew LoveTrumpet – Wayne JacksonVocals – Ann PeeblesWritten-By – W.C. Handy
5:45
20David And RoselynMarie Lavaux
Guitar, Harmonica, Vocals – David Leonard Vocals, Marimbula [Rumba Box] – Roselyn LionheartWritten-By – Shel Silverstein
3:24
21 Section Four: Louisiana, Where Music Is King
22Kenny Bill StinsonTaters And Gravy And Chicken-Fried Steak
Vocals, Guitar – Kenny Bill StinsonWritten-By – K. B. Stinson
2:48
23 Section One: The Headwaters
24Sonny BurgessT For Texas (Blue Yodel #1)
Bass – Doug GreenoDrums – Dewight LevineGuitar – J. R. RodgersHarmonica – Jim AldridePiano – Kern KennedyVocals, Guitar – Sonny BurgessWritten-By – Jimmie Rodgers
3:50
25 Section Three: The Southern Fusion
26The Skål Club SpelmanslagRed-Headed Swede
Guitar, Vocals – Mary Wilson Saw – Arnie AndersonVocals, Harmonica – Paul Wilson Written-By – Ethel Lipske
3:23
27La Otra MitadLa Unica Estrella
Accordion – John MalletteBass – Pedro Rangel Guitar – Henry RangelPercussion – Richard R. JimenezTrumpet – Gerardo E. Bojorquez, Gonzalo LopezVocals – Nene Lopez
5:22
28The Ste. Genevieve Guignolée SingersLa Guignolée
Fiddle – Bill Miller , Joe KemperSoloist [Vocal Solo] – Duke BlechlerVocals – The Ste. Genevieve Guignolée Singers
3:43
29The Bob Lewis FamilyBorn To Be With You
Banjo – Kevin D. HendrixBass, Vocals – Nanette LewisGuitar – Bob Lewis, Sr.Mandolin – Joy Lewis CalhounMandolin, Vocals – Rory EzellVocals, Fiddle – Lil' Bob LewisWritten-By – Don Robertson
2:13
30Eddie Bo With Henry ButlerCheck Your Bucket
Bass – Mark A. BrooksDrums – Raymond WeberElectric Piano – Henry ButlerGuitar – Renard PochéPiano, Vocals – Eddie BoWritten-By – Edwin Bocage
4:35
31Eugene Redmond And Sylvester "Sunshine" LeeMilestone
Percussion [African Drums] – Sylvester "Sunshine" Lee And His Drumming GroupVocals – Eugene RedmondWritten-By – E. Redmond, S. Lee
2:42
32Levon Helm And James CottonGoing Back To Memphis
Bass – John Davies Guitar – Earl CateHarmonica – James CottonKeyboards – Ernie CateSaxophone – David Renko, Jim SpakeTrombone – Jack HaleTrumpet – Joe MulherinVocals, Drums – Levon Helm
4:37
33Big Jack Johnson And The Jelly Roll KingsShake Your Money Maker
Bass – David Porter Drums – Sam Carr Keyboards – Frank FrostVocals, Guitar – Big Jack JohnsonWritten-By – Elmore James
3:02
34Wang Chong LorThe Singing Leaf
Vocals, Reeds [Banana Leaf] – Wang Chong Lor
2:28
35Henry ButlerBasin Street Blues
Piano – Henry ButlerWritten-By – Spencer Williams
3:52
36Babes In Toyland22
Bass – Maureen HermanDrums – Lori BarberoGuitar, Vocals – Kat BjelandWritten-By – Bejllan, Barbers, Herman
3:15
37Greg Brown Flat Stuff
Guitar – Bo RamseyVocals – Greg Brown Written-By – Greg Brown
3:38
38Big Jack JohnsonCatfish
Arranged By – J. JohnsonVocals, Guitar – Big Jack Johnson
3:27
39Fontella And Martha BassI'm So Grateful
Lead Vocals – Martha BassVocals [Second], Piano – Fontella BassWritten-By – Gloria E. Griffin
4:17
40Irvan PerezLa Vida De Un Jaibero (The Crab Fisherman's Song)
Vocals – Irvan PerezWritten-By – Serephine Perez
2:48

Credits

  • Compilation Producer [Curator]Anthony Seeger
  • Liner Notes, Music ConsultantElijah Wald
  • Mastered By [Mastering Engineer]Charlie Pilzer
  • Photography ByTheo Pelletier
  • ProducerToshio Murayama
  • Producer, Directed ByJohn Junkerman

Notes

1-1: Recorded at the annual powwow, Inger, Minnesota, August 23, 1997
1-2: Recorded in performance at First Avenue, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 28, 1996
1-3: Recorded at Palmer's Bar, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 27, 1996
1-4: Recorded in the band's rehearsal space, Minneapolis, Minnesota, March 26, 1996
1-5: Recorded in Arnie Anderson's living room, Brainerd, Minnesota, March 24, 1996
1-6: Recorded in Wang Chong Lor's living room, St. Paul, Minnesota, August 1, 1997
1-7: Recorded at Profile Music, Minneapolis, Minnesota, July 31, 1997
1-8: Recorded at the Dam Saloon, near Fountain City, Wisconsin, August 2, 1997
1-9: Recorded at the 11th Street Bar and Grill, Davenport, Iowa, July 27, 1997
1-10: Recorded at Willie G's, Moline, Illinois, July 26, 1997
1-11: Recorded in Greg Brown's dining room, Iowa City, Iowa, July 29, 1997
1-12: Recorded on the riverboat Twilight, Le Claire, Iowa, August 20, 1997
1-13: Recorded during a lunchtime jam session at the Western Illinois Bluegrass Days, Hillsboro, Illinois, July 24, 1997
1-14: Recorded in a rehearsal room at the Katherine Dunham Dynamic Museum, East St. Louis, Illinois, November 2, 1997
1-15: Recorded in Mt. Beulah Baptist Church, St. Louis, Missouri, February 15, 1995
1-16: Recorded BB's Jazz, Blues & Soups, St. Louis, Missouri, November 6, 1997
1-17: Recorded in the Bottle Rockets' apartment, upstairs from the Hi Point Bar, Festus, Missouri, February 15, 1995
1-18: Recorded in the dining room of the Main Street Inn, Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, December 31, 1995
2-1: Recorded at the First Baptist Church, La Center, Kentucky, November 5, 1997
2-2: Recorded at the King of Clubs, Swifton, Arkansas, October 14, 1997
2-3: Recorded at Easley Studios, Memphis, Tennessee, October 15,1997
2-4: Recorded on the riverboat Memphis Queen, at the King Biscuit Blues Festival, Helena, Arkansas, October 10, 1997
2-5: Recorded in the performer's lounge at the King Biscuit Blues Festival, Helena, Arkansas, October 10, 1997
2-6: Recorded in Big Jack Johnson's back yard, Clarksdale, Mississippi, April 2, 1996
2-7: Recorded at Thompson's Grocery Store, Bobo, Mississippi, April 2, 1996
2-8: Recorded at the Flowin' Fountain, Greenville, Mississippi, October 13, 1997
2-9: Recorded at Anderson United Methodist Church, Jackson, Mississippi, October 12, 1997
2-10: Recorded on the terrace of the Wharf Master's House, Natchez-Under-The-Hill, Mississippi, October 18, 1997
2-11: Recorded in D.L. Menard's yard, Erath, Louisiana, September 14, 1997
2-12: Recorded at Slim's Y-Ki-Ki, Opalousas, Louisiana, September 12, 1997
2-13: Recorded on Royal Street, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 22, 1997
2-14: Recorded upstairs at the Funky Butt, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 18, 1997
2-15: Recorded at the Lion's Den, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 21, 1997
2-16: Recorded on stage in Armstrong Park, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 13, 1997
2-17: Recorded at Joe's Cozy Corner, New Orleans, Louisiana, September 20, 1997
2-18: Recorded on a small boat near the mouth of the Mississippi, September 19, 1997

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Yes, the written-by credits for Babes in Toyland are mangled that badly on the release.
I didn't scan all 40+ pages of the booklet. The web page for the release is here:
http://www.folkways.si.edu/the-mississippi-river-of-song-a-musical-journey-down-the-mississippi/american-folk-american-indian-blues-cajun/music/album/smithsonian
They have a PDF scan of the booklet, which can also be accessed here:
http://media.smithsonianfolkways.org/liner_notes/smithsonian_folkways/SFW40086.pdf

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