Emmett Miller - The Minstrel Man From Georgia FLAC album
The Minstrel Man From Georgia.
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A white man performing in blackface, Miller was an exponent.
Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). I first heard Emmett Miller some forty years ago, on the English Parlophone First Rhythm Style Series, which included two of his September 1929 recordings. He began recording around 1924, and he had one later session for Bluebird in September 1936, but this compilation concentrates on the 1928/29 Okeh sides on which he was backed by his Georgia Crackers, a studio group which included the Dorsey brothers, Eddie Lang, and on the final session Gene Krupa.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||I Ain't Got Nobody||3:05|
Drums – Dan Fitch
|4||The Lion Tamers
Drums – Dan Fitch
|6||St. Louis Blues||3:01|
|7||Take Your Tomorrow||3:00|
|9||I Ain't Gonna Give Nobody None O' This Jelly Roll||2:52|
|10||(I Got A Woman Crazy For Me) She's Funny That Way||3:06|
Vocals – Charles Chiles
|12||Right Or Wrong||3:08|
|13||That's The Good Old Sunny South||2:49|
|14||You're The Cream In My Coffee||3:01|
|15||Lovin' Sam (The Sheik Of Alabam')||2:48|
|16||Big Bad Bill Is Sweet William Now||3:11|
|17||The Ghost Of The St. Louis Blues
Vocals – Phil Pavey
|18||Sweet Mama (Papa's Getting Mad)||3:19|
|19||The Pickaninnie's Paradise||3:07|
|20||The Blues Singer (From Alabam')||2:59|
- Copyright (c) – Sony Music Entertainment Inc.
- Manufactured By – Columbia Records
- Art Direction – Howard Fritzson
- Bass [String] – Joe Tarto (tracks: 12 to 20)
- Clarinet, Alto Saxophone – Jimmy Dorsey
- Compilation Producer, Executive-Producer [Roots & Blues Series] – Lawrence Cohn
- Compilation Producer, Mastered By [Archival Restoration & Mastering] – George Morrow
- Drums – Gene Krupa (tracks: 18 to 20), Stan King
- Engineer [Additional] – David Mitson
- Guitar – Eddie Lang
- Liner Notes – Charles Wolfe, Ray Benson
- Management [Packaging Manager] – Gina Campanaro
- Management [Project Direction] – Adam Block
- Piano – Arthur Schutt
- Trombone – Jack Teagarden (tracks: 18 to 20), Tommy Dorsey (tracks: 1 to 17)
- Trumpet – Leo McConville (tracks: 1 to 17), Tommy Dorsey (tracks: 18 to 20)
- Vocals – Emmett Miller
NotesTracks 1 to 4 recorded on June 12, 1928; 5 & 6 on August 9, 1928; 7 & 8 on September 14, 1928; 9 to 11 on January 8, 1929; 12 to 14 on January 19, 1929; 15 to 17 on September 5, 1929; 18 to 20 on September 12, 1929. All tracks recorded in New York City and originally released on Okeh.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 074646699928
- Matrix / Runout: E2 1A CK66999 01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L422
|483584 2||Emmett Miller||The Minstrel Man From Georgia (CD, Comp, Mono, RM)||Columbia, Legacy||483584 2||Europe||1996|