K.C. Douglas - K.C.'s Blues FLAC album
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C. Douglas (November 21, 1913 - October 18, 1975) was an American rural blues singer and guitarist. His given names were initials only. Born in Sharon, Mississippi, Douglas moved to Vallejo, California in 1945 to work in the naval shipyards, and by 1947 was playing on the San Francisco/Oakland blues scene. Douglas was influenced by Tommy Johnson, who he had worked with in the Jackson, Mississippi area in the early 1940s, and whose "Canned Heat Blues" he adapted on his album, Big Road Blues.
Explore releases and tracks from . Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from . born : November 21, 1913 near Sharon, Madison County, MS died : October 18, 1975 in Berkeley, Alameda County, CA. The rural blues singer and guitarist from Mississippi moved to California during the war, still maintaining the Delta style. In 1948 he recorded "Mercury Boogie", a small classic to be taken up by different artists.
Unlike that record, which contained a number of songs he learned through Tommy Johnson, . s Blues consists primarily of original compositions that showcase Douglas' easy-rolling, relaxed style perfectly.
Douglas Hen House Blues. Douglas 05 - Woke Up This Morning - 1974 - Mercury Blues. Douglas Big Road Blues.
The best album by . Douglas is A Dead Beat Guitar And The Mississippi Blues which is ranked number 37,063 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 15. . Douglas is ranked number 16,689 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 15. Product Details.
Bluesville the Best Folk Blues Album 2014. Underground Blues Essentials 2009. One of the last great rural blues stylists in the San Francisco/Oakland area, . Douglas produced a blues classic when he recorded "Mercury Boogie" in 1949. The tune, which paid homage to the American automobile, was later renamed "Mercury Blues" and covered by Steve Miller and David Lindley. Country superstar Alan Jackson had a number one hit when he recorded the tune in 1992. Born and raised on a family farm near Sharon, MS, Douglas was deeply influenced by the 1920s recordings of Delta bluesman Tommy Johnson. Although he left home in 1934 to work outside of music in the Mississippi towns of Grenada and Carthage, he launched his music career after meeting Johnson two years later.
Douglas - Mercury Blues. Douglas - My Mind's Going Back to 1929. Douglas - Catfish Blues. Douglas - High Water Rising. Douglas - Woke up This Morning. Douglas - Somebody Done Stole My Gal. Douglas - I Don't Want No Woman to Love Me. 9. (00:03:34) . Douglas - Married Woman Blues. Douglas - Black Cat Bone.
I first heard Mr Douglas on the Cook album which I bought in Honolulu in 1957 or 8. (I lived there at the time. Spent a lotta time learning many songs on that album. I loved Mercury Blues best, partly 'cause my grampa had a 1941 4-door & I was was supposed to inherit same. I hit the folk scene in Los Angeles in 1961; Dave Lindley (still in high school) was often a sideman in my band.
|2||Hen House Blues|
|3||Wake Up, Workin' Woman|
|4||Rootin' Ground Hog|
|6||Born In The Country|
|7||Love Me All Night Long|
|9||No More Cryin'|
|10||K.C.'s Doctor Blues|
|11||You Got A Good Thing Now|
|12||Watch Dog Blues|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 090204062546
|BVLP 1023||K.C. Douglas||K.C.'s Blues (LP, Album, Mono)||Prestige Bluesville||BVLP 1023||US||1961|
|OBC-533, BV-102||K.C. Douglas||K.C.'s Blues (LP, Album, RE, RM)||Original Blues Classics, Prestige Bluesville||OBC-533, BV-102||US||1990|
|1023, BVLP 1023||K.C. Douglas||K.C.'s Blues (LP, Album, Mono, RE, RP)||Prestige Bluesville, Prestige||1023, BVLP 1023||US||1964|