Gutbucket Brothers 12
Red Hot Gutbucket Duck - 2 CDs

Side A
Artist Song Buy
The Delmore Brothers   Blues Stay Away From Me  buy on itunes
The Maddox Brothers & Rose  Philadelphia Lawyer  buy on itunes
Lonely Eagles  Been on the Job Too Long  buy on itunes
Asa Martin  Lonesome, Broke and Weary  buy on itunes
Bayless Rose  Original Blues  buy on itunes
Jelly Roll Morton  I Hate a Man Like You  buy on itunes
Georgia Yellow Hammers  Coon From Tennessee  buy on itunes
Roy Harvey and Leonard Copeland  Back in Blue Ridge  buy on itunes
Memphis Jug Band   You May Leave, But This Will Bring You Back  buy on itunes
John Snipes  Going Away from Home (Take Care of My Wife and Child)  buy on itunes
Memphis Jug Band  Jug Band Waltz  buy on itunes
Lottie Kimbrough (The Kansas City Butterball)   Rolling Log  buy on itunes
Chris Bouchillon  New Talking Blues  buy on itunes
David "Honeyboy" Edwards  Worried Life Blues  buy on itunes
Uncle Dave Macon  Worthy of Estimation  buy on itunes
Leadbelly  When I Was A Cowboy  buy on itunes
Kelly Harrell  My Name Is John Jo Hannah   buy on itunes
The Nashville Washboard Band  Arkansas Traveler  buy on itunes
Blind Willie McTell  Searching The Desert For The Blues  buy on itunes
David Crockett  A Chicken Can Waltz the Gravy Around  buy on itunes
Sweet Papa Stovepipe  All Birds Look Like Chicken To Me  buy on itunes
Lonnie Young, Ed Young & Lonnie Young, Jr.   Hen Duck  buy on itunes
Henry Thomas   Bulldozer Blues  buy on itunes
Woody Guthrie  Old Joe Clark  buy on itunes
Oded Dad Pickard  Sally Goodin  buy on itunes
Almeda Riddle  Chick-A-Li-Lee-Lo  buy on itunes
Side B
Robert Johnson  They're Red Hot  buy on itunes
Asa Martin & his Kentucky Hillbillies  Hot Sausage Man  buy on itunes
Bessie Smith  There'll Be a Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight  buy on itunes
Hattie Hudson   Doggone my Good Luck Soul  buy on itunes
Billie Holiday  It's Too Hot For Words  buy on itunes
The Allen Brothers  Red Hot Rambling Dan  buy on itunes
Mississippi John Hurt  Ain't No Tellin'  buy on itunes
The Callahan Brothers  I Want To Be Where You Are  buy on itunes
Jimmie Rodgers  Any Old Time  buy on itunes
Wilburn Bros.with Webb Pierce  Sparkling Brown Eyes  buy on itunes
Spencer Moore  The Girl I Left Behind  buy on itunes
G.B. Grayson & Henry Whitter   Little Maggie  buy on itunes
Lonnie Carter  The Jazz Fiddler  buy on itunes
Buge Cage & Willie B. Thomas  The Dirty Dozen  buy on itunes
William Thomas Narmour & Shellie Walton Smith  Sweet Milk & Peaches  buy on itunes
The Prairie Ramblers  Deep Elem Blues  buy on itunes
Riley Puckett  A Darkey's Wail  buy on itunes
Little Hat Jones  Kentucky Blues  buy on itunes
Ch arlie Patton  Going To Move To Alabama  buy on itunes
Barbecue Bob  Going Up The Country  buy on itunes
Cleoma Breaux   C'est Si Triste Sans Lui  buy on itunes
Red Hot Old Mose  Shrimp Man  buy on itunes
Leroy Carr & Scrapper Blackwell  Barrelhouse Woman [No. 2]  buy on itunes
Pink Anderson & Simmee Dooley  Gonna Tip Out Tonight  buy on itunes
Robert Wilkins   That's No Way To Get Along  buy on itunes
Georgia Tom  Only The Blues  buy on itunes


From the liner notes to White Country Blues, 1926-1938 A Lighter Shade of Blue:
During the 1920s, it was customary for the major record companies to segregate the kinds of Southern music they recorded, most had a separate numerical series for white "hillbilly" or old-time music, another for "race" or blues music. Yet both the fans and the musicians knew this segregation was artificial at best, and that throughout the South, there was much more give-and-take in the music than some Northerners thought..[Most] never really enjoyed the fruits of their work. Many drifted into obscurity, and out of music entirely, many fell on hard times, and en ded up living in tar-paper shacks or on run down farms. Many wound up like "Talking Blues Man" Chris Bouchillon, living in retirement without even a copy of his old records, wondering occasionally if anyone remembered his music. Yet their seeds had been cast, and their music had done its work, and it had helped make millions aware of the plurality of American vernacular music - and along the way had changed the face of music itself.

When Blood Brother Tex asked about putting together a mix of "blues and hillbilly music from the 20s and 30s", Brother Doowad jumped at the chance. Brother Funky sat this one out, but he'll be back with Gutbucket 13.


avocado rabbit
Date: 11/25/2008
I understand why Brother Funky might have sat out. I know I've have had a hard time keeping up with y'all on this material. It should be interesting to discover, though.
Texas Hobart
Date: 11/25/2008
Boy,what a good time it was making this.I'm happy with the e nd product.Good work Doowad!There is so much more great Old-Timey music out there.But, we covered nice set in two cds worth.
Date: 11/25/2008
Gobble, slurp, quack! A filling, gut-warming and satisfying serving from the past. Thanks for another helping of the good stuff, G. Brothers!
Date: 11/26/2008
I am all with you Tex, I'll be ready to repeat the formula for a future GB release...
Funky Ratchet
Date: 11/26/2008
Yeah, I don't think I would have been able to keep up with you two on this one. It really looks phenomenal...many great tunes and many for me to discover as well!
p the swede
Date: 11/26/2008
awesome stuff

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