Scrapper Blackwell

Обложка альбома Scrapper BlackwellBlackwell was born in Syracuse, North Carolina, United States as one of sixteen children of Payton and Elizabeth Blackwell. Part Cherokee, he grew up and spent most of his life in Indianapolis, Indiana. Blackwell was given the nickname, "Scrapper", by his grandmother, due to his fiery nature. His father played the fiddle, but Blackwell was a self-taught guitarist, building his first guitar out of cigar boxes, wood and wire. He also learned the piano, occasionally playing professionally. By his teens, Blackwell was a part-time musician, traveling as far as Chicago. Known for being withdrawn and hard to work with, Blackwell established a rapport with pianist Leroy Carr, whom he met in Indianapolis in the mid-1920s, creating a productive working relationship. Carr convinced Blackwell to record with him for the Vocalion label in 1928; the result was "How Long, How Long Blues", the biggest blues hit of that year. Blackwell also made solo recordings for Vocalion, including "Kokomo Blues" which was transformed into "Old Kokomo Blues" by Kokomo Arnold before being redone as "Sweet Home Chicago" by Robert Johnson.
  • Трек: Muddy Water
  • Исполнитель (артист): Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell
  • Длительность 2:46
  • Формат: mp3
  • Битрейт: 320kbps

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Видео клип "Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell - Muddy Water"

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    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellEleven Twenty-Nine Blues
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    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellBo Bo Stomp
  • 2:48
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellBroken Hearted Man
  • 3:10
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellYou Left Me Crying
  • 2:37
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellHustler's Blues
  • 2:52
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellSouthbound Blues
  • 2:58
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellI Believe I'll Make a Change
  • 3:29
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellBlues Before Sunrise (Album Version)
  • 2:54
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellBarrel House Woman
  • 2:56
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellLet's Disagree
  • 3:29
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellBlue With The Blues
  • 2:57
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellCarried Water For The Elephant
  • 3:12
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellChristmas In Jail, Ain't That A Pain
  • 2:53
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellThe Dirty Dozen
  • 3:07
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellRocks in My Bed (Original Mix)
  • 3:01
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellThat's Tellin'em
  • 3:08
    Francis Scrapper BlackwellKokomo Blues
  • 3:01
    Scrapper BlackwellKokomo Blues
  • 3:07
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellBig Four Blues
  • 3:15
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellWrong Man Blues
  • 3:14
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell12 - I Won't Miss You When You're Gone - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 3:13
    Scrapper BlackwellBlues That Make Me Cry
  • 2:48
    Scrapper Blackwell05 - Back Door Blues - 2002 - Hard Time Blues
  • 3:02
    Scrapper BlackwellKokomo Blues
  • 2:55
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper BlackwellBlue Night Blues
  • 3:21
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell11 - Baby You Done Put That Thing On Me - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 3:01
    Scrapper Blackwell11 - Big Four Blues - 2002 - Hard Time Blues
  • 3:15
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell14 - I'm Going Back to Tennessee - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 3:01
    Scrapper Blackwell01 - Trouble Blues - 2002 - Hard Time Blues
  • 3:01
    Scrapper BlackwellMy Dream Blues
  • 3:12
    Leroy Carr / Scrapper BlackwellChristmas in Jail, Ain't That a Pain
  • 2:48
    Scrapper BlackwellMean Baby Blues (Robinson's Knights Of Rest)
  • 2:44
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell18 - Papa Wants a Cookie - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 3:20
    Scrapper BlackwellPenal Farm Blues
  • 3:07
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell13 - Don't You Get Tired - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 2:49
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell16 - Prison Cell Blues - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 2:46
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell03 - Naptown Blues - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 3:02
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell05 - Love Rides All - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 3:22
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell06 - I Know That I'll Be Blue - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 3:13
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell15 - Christmas in Jail - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 2:46
    Scrapper BlackwellBad Liquor Blues
  • 3:00
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell17 - That's Tellin' 'Em - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 2:56
    Scrapper Blackwell18 - Tight Time Blues - 2002 - Hard Time Blues
  • 3:10
    Scrapper BlackwellLittle Boy Blue
  • 3:52
    Scrapper Blackwell"E" Blues
  • 2:52
    Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell10 - Just Worryin' Blues - 1929-1930 - How Long Has That Evening Train Been Gone - CD-B
  • 2:47
    Scrapper BlackwellSneaking Blues
  • 2:37
    Scrapper BlackwellNo Good Woman Blues
  • 2:32
    Scrapper Blackwell12 - Rambling Blues - 1928-1932 - Complete Recorded Works - Vol.1 (1994)