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Blind Fuller  Boy - Step It Up And Go:The Collection 1935-40
Step It Up And Go:The Collection 1935-40
Artist: Blind Fuller Boy
Format: CD


Rel. Date: 10/06/2023
UPC: 824046348427

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1. Baby, I Don't Have to Worry
2. Ain't It a Crying Shame
3. Somebody's Been Playin' with That Thing
4. Evil Hearted Woman
5. Mama Let Me Lay It on You
6. Rag Mama Rag
7. Truckin' My Blues Away
8. When Your Gal Packs Up and Leaves
9. Keep Away from My Woman
10. If You Don't Give Me What I Want
11. Mamie
12. My Baby Don't Mean Me No Good
13. Boots and Shoes
14. My Best Gal Gonna Leave Me
15. Snake Woman Blues
16. Throw Your Yas Yas Back in Jail
17. Worried and Evil Man Blues
18. I'm Going to Move (To the Edge of Town)
19. Mistreater, You're Going to Be Sorry
20. Hungry Calf Blues
21. Why Don't My Baby Write to Me?
22. You Can Never Tell
23. Corrine, What Makes You Treat Me So
24. Some Day You're Gonna Be Sorry
25. Walking and Looking Blues
26. Looking for My Woman #2
27. Mean and No Good Woman
28. I'm a Good Stem Winder
29. You've Got to Move It Out
30. Mama Let Me Lay It on #2
31. Georgia Ham Mama
32. Get Your Yas Yas Out
33. You're Laughing Now
34. Screaming and Crying Blues
35. Long Time Trucker
36. Jivin' Woman Blues
37. Jitterbug Rag
38. Big Leg Woman Gets My Pay
39. You've Got Something There
40. Woman You Better Wake Up
41. Jivin Big Bill Blues
42. I Don't Care How Long
43. Black Bottom Blues
44. Three Ball Blues
45. Step It Up and Go
46. Crooked Woman Blues
47. Shake It Baby
48. I Don't Want No Skinny Woman
49. Bye Bye Baby
50. Lost Lover Blues
51. Bus Rider Blues
52. B22:BB1:B52

More Info:

Blind Boy Fuller, born in 1904 in North Carolina, was one of the noted bluesmen of the Piedmont school of blues, alongside the likes of Blind Blake, Josh White and Buddy Moss. A as a songwriter, singer and guitarist with a formidable fingerpicking style he occupies a significant niche in the history of blues during the late 1930s and into the 40/, prior to his untimely demise in 1941, His songs had honesty and integrity, reflecting his poor background, but also with a hokum humour redolent with double entendres. This 51-track 20CD collection comprises selected sides from the releases across his career on the Vocalion and Okeh labels, with tracks taken from as many of his sessions as possible in order to provide as representative an overview of his recorded output as we could, with notable titles featured including Rag Mama Rag, Get Your Ya Yas Out (borrowed by the Rolling Stones for an album title), Lost Lover Blues abd Step It Up And Go. It includes recordings with some of his noted collaborators, including harmonica luminary Sonny Terry, guitarist Brownie McGhee and washboard player Bull City Red (aka George Washington. His music is listenable and entertaining, and this collection is an enlightening showcase for a noted bluesman.