Bo Carter Banana In Your Fruit Basket Red Hot Blues 1931 1936
And also there's the fact that -- at least according to his brother Sam who was also blues singer in the Thirties -- Bo Carter was not a skirt-chaser party-time guy at all. The KillerMar 29, Chris DeVoeJan 8, Password: Forgot your password? I bought the Blind Blake which has a separate cd of Ragtime Blues. The Rough Guides are cheap and far ranging from a usually respectable label.
Parental Advisory!!! Bo continued recording until , when he returned to the life of a blind street singer and he moved to Memphis in about , dropping out of music soon afterwards. Unlike his brother Sam, who recorded for Arhoolie in and enjoyed two decades on the club and Festival circuit, Bo never performed again and passed away in Memphis in Currently, we do not allow digital purchases without registration.
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All Around Man In '28 he was the first to record Corrine Corrina which became a folk-blues standard and has been considerably covered ever since. He was enormously popular in the Thirties when he performed serious blues alongside his more racy repertoire. But it is his ribald music which endures, largely because it is as funny and as inventive as it is risque, and pretty tame by current standards too.
What is also often overlooked is just what an expressive singer and excellent guitar player Carter was, he had a natural ability at changing tempo and finger-picking. This article was prompted by the vinyl compilation Banana in Your Fruit Basket mentioned above being in a box of wonderful old vinyl sent to me by an Elsewhere subscriber. Thank you Joeke, I am working my way through the pile and more such articles or songs From the Vaults will appear because of your generous gifts at Elsewhere in the near future.
I have the JSP box. I love the content, but it sounds muffled. Don't know if it's noise reduction or just bad transfers. Can't beat the cheapo JSP price though. I have all the Skillet Lickers chronological discs on Document. Alas, the sound quality is poor on those.
Has any more of their stuff appeared in the digital realm in decent quality? Location: Charleston, WV. I have these two sets. Both sound good overall and both are pretty comprehensive.
The price is right too Spadeygrove , Mar 23, Location: Maryland. PonceDeLeroy , Mar 23, J , Marzz , Dave Simms and 1 other person like this. Location: UK. The Killer , Mar 23, The Killer , Mar 29, Spadeygrove , Mar 29,
Boswell , Apr 5, Boswell and The Killer like this. The Killer , Apr 5, Boswell and Spadeygrove like this. Good to hear the JSPs sound good. Not all of their releases sound so good. It's been said on this board many times before, but in JSP's early days, when they hired the late John R. Davies to do the masterings and didn't yet "borrow" and manipulated masterings that had been paid for by labels like Bear Family, their CD-sets sounded really good.
Later sets, especially the ones without mastering credits, do not sound good to my ears, except sets that were mastered by Chris King for example. Pelvis Ressley , signothetimes53 and Mark J like this. Sorry if I missed something about this upthread but it's 14 pages long! Or let me know the post number. Recommend me some Bo Carter? PonceDeLeroy , Apr 8, Location: Swindon, Wiltshire, United Kingdom. Dave Simms , Apr 21, Location: west coast of america. These artists have complex discographies Does anyone know of a reissue for these other tracks from ?
Bo Carter was Delta Bluesman of rare distinction and originality. His skill as a guitarist saw him playing his intricate riffs in a variety of keys and tunings and his bawdy songs, dripping with sexual innuendo, made him one of the best selling country Blues artists of the 30s.
His father played the fiddle and his mother played guitar, and they encouraged their children to take up instruments. Anyone who has followed this fairly frequent column where we suggest reasonably priced records to expand your collection knows that, as a consumer service, we try to aim wide.
In the past we've Considerably fewer blues singers did that. And that rural Delta folk-blues of the Carter kind wasn't much played on radio anyway. Share It. Post Comment. Banana In Your Fruit Basket Overall Rating 0 Submissions. Log In Username or Email: Forgot your username? Password: Forgot your password? Register New customers, create your Amoeba. Its quick and easy! Don't want to register? Feel free to make a purchase as a guest!
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