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Peetie Wheatstraw - The Devil's Son-In-Law: Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 5 (26 March 1937 To 18 October 1938) flac album

Peetie Wheatstraw - The Devil's Son-In-Law: Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 5 (26 March 1937 To 18 October 1938) flac album
Title:
The Devil's Son-In-Law: Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order, Volume 5 (26 March 1937 To 18 October 1938)
Performer:
Peetie Wheatstraw
Style:
Piano Blues
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1806 mb
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4.8 ✪

Complete your Peetie Wheatstraw collection.

Release group by Peetie Wheatstraw. Release group information. Artist: Peetie Wheatstraw. Type: Album + Compilation.

All but two of his records were issued under the names "Peetie Wheatstraw, the Devil's Son-in-Law" and "Peetie Wheatstraw, the High Sheriff from Hell". He composed several "stomps" with lyrics projecting a boastful demonic persona to match these sobriquets  .

Album · 1993 · 24 Songs. More By Peetie Wheatstraw. See All. Peetie Wheatstraw Vol. 1 1930-1932. 4 1936-1937. 2 1934-1935. The Best of Peetie Wheatstraw - The Devil's Son-In-Law. 7 1940-1941.

Volume seven in Document's complete Peetie Wheatstraw chronology contains his last 23 recordings which were made in New York and Chicago during the years 1940 and 1941. Instrumentally, this album is similar to volume six in that Wheatstraw is backed by blues and jazz musicians who deliver a more varied series of performances, breaking what some may regard as the textural and melodic predictability of his many previous recordings. Artists whose billing included references to Wheatstraw were Floyd "Dipper Boy" Council ("The Devil's Daddy-In-Law"); Jimmie Gordon ("Peetie Wheatstraw's Brother"); Robert Lee McCoy ("Peetie's Boy"), and Harmon Ray, billed either as Herman "Peetie Wheatstraw" Ray or "Peetie Wheatstraw's Buddy.

Request an album send to friend. The Devil's Son-In-Law (1994). Peetie Wheatstraw - The Devil's Son-In-Law.

After he was killed in a railroad crossing accident in 1941, Peetie Wheatstraw warranted the front page and lead story in Down Beat. It may have helped that his last recorded songs were with dark irony entitled Hearseman Blues and Bring Me Flowers While I'm Living. But the fact remains that Wheatstraw was a highly original and influential blues singer, one of the central figures of the 1930s. Certain of his lyrics and stylistic innovations were widely imitated, and it was a measure of his popularity that he recorded throughout the Great Depression.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Crapshooter's Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Unknown Artist
3:08
2 Would You Would You Mama
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Unknown Artist
2:50
3 Give Me Black Or Brown
Guitar – Kokomo Arnold
2:55
4 Working On The Project
Guitar – Kokomo Arnold
3:01
5 Sick Bed Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar [Possibly] – Charlie Jordan*
3:11
6 I'm Gonna Cut Out Everything
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar [Possibly] – Charlie Jordan*
2:55
7 New Working On The Project
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar [Possibly] – Charlie Jordan*
3:02
8 Baby Lou, Baby Lou
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar [Possibly] – Charlie Jordan*
3:02
9 Devilment Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar [Possibly] – Charlie Jordan*
3:06
10 Third Street's Going Down
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar [Possibly] – Charlie Jordan*
3:03
11 304 Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:04
12 The Wrong Woman (Lost My Job On The Project)
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:03
13 Hard Headed Black Gal
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:12
14 Banana Man
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:11
15 Shack Bully Stomp
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistDrums [Added Drums] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
2:31
16 Road Tramp Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
2:59
17 Sweet Lucille
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:09
18 Saturday Night Blues
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:11
19 Good Little Thing
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
2:58
20 Cake Alley
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:00
21 What More Can A Man Do?
Bass [String Bass] – Unknown ArtistDrums [Added Drums] – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:02
22 Truckin' Thru Traffic
Drums – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
2:23
23 Hot Springs Blues (Skin And Bones)
Drums – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
2:56
24 A Man Ain't Nothin' But A Fool
Drums – Unknown ArtistGuitar – Lonnie Johnson
3:04

Companies, etc.

  • Remastered At – Soundborn Studios
  • Copyright (c) – Document Records Ltd.
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Document Records Ltd.

Credits

  • Compiled By, Producer – Johnny Parth
  • Liner Notes – Paul Garon
  • Remastered By – Gerhard Wessely
  • Vocals, Piano – Peetie Wheatstraw

Notes

Professionally printed CDr.

Remastered at Soundborn Studios, Vienna.

Original recordings from the collections of Bob Graf, Jacques Morgantini, Johnny Parth, Tom Tsotsi, and Karl Weiss.

Original Matrix Information:
1: Chicago, March 26, 1937 (91154-A, Decca 7292)
2: Chicago, March 26, 1937 (91155-A, Decca 7311)
3: Chicago, March 30, 1937 (91163-A, Decca 7391)
4: Chicago, March 30, 1937 (91164-A, Decca 7311)
5: Chicago, November 2, 1937 (91317-A, Decca 7403)
6: Chicago, November 2, 1937 (91320-A, Decca 7422)
7: Chicago, November 2, 1937 (91321-A, Decca 7379)
8: Chicago, November 2, 1937 (91322-A, Decca 7403)
9: Chicago, November 2, 1937 (91323-A, Decca 7422)
10: Chicago, November 2, 1937 (91324-A, Decca 7379)
11: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63535-B, Decca 7453)
12: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63536-, Decca 7465)
13: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63537-B, Decca 7453)
14: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63538-A, Decca 7465)
15: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63539-A, Decca 7479)
16: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63540-B, Decca 7589)
17: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63541-A, Decca 7441)
18: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63542-A, Decca 7498)
19: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63544-A, Decca 7498)
20: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63545-A, Decca 7441)
21: New York City, April 1, 1938 (63546-A, Decca 7479)
22: Chicago, October 18, 1938 (91525-A, Decca 7529)
23: Chicago, October 18, 1938 (91526-A, Decca 7544)
24: Chicago, October 18, 1938 (91527-A, Decca 7568)

This is the fifth of seven volumes.

© ℗ 1994 by Document Records Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Other (SPARS Code): ADD
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
DOCD-5245 Peetie Wheatstraw Complete Recorded Works In Chronological Order Volume 5 (26 March 1937 To 18 October 1938) ‎(CD, Comp) Document Records DOCD-5245 Austria 1994