Times Ain't Like They Used To Be

Verschiedene Interpreten – Times Ain't Like They Used To Be
Veröffentlichung

1997

Label

Yazoo Records

Format(e)

CD

Genre(s)

American Roots Music

Times Ain’t Like They Used To Be ist eine Kompilation-Reihe der Yazoo Records. Die Reihe schließt insgesamt acht CDs und eine DVD ein, die einen Querschnitt durch die American Roots Music, also Blues, Folk und Hillbilly sowie Gospel, bietet. Alle Aufnahmen stammen aus den 1920er und 1930er Jahren. Die erste CD, Times Ain't Like They Used To Be, Vol.1, erschien am 22. April 1997. Zusätzlich zu den acht CDs gibt es eine DVD, die Originalaufnahmen der damaligen Künstler, wie zum Beispiel Ernest Stoneman, Buell Kazee, die Memphis Jug Band oder die Nugrape Twins, enthält.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Erscheinungen

CDs

Buell Kazee
  1. "Blues In A Bottle" – Prince Albert Hunt
  2. "Dollar Bill Blues" – Charlie Jordan
  3. "Lost John Dean" – Bascom Lamar Lundford
  4. "Streak Of Lean, Streak Of Flat" – A. A. Gray & Seven Foot Dilly
  5. "Sinking of The Titanic" – Richard “Rabbit” Brown
  6. "Tennessee Girls" – Dykes Magic City Trio
  7. "Shotgun Blues" – Bob Campbell
  8. "Train On The Island" – J.P. Nestor & Normon Edmonds
  9. "The Fault’s In Me" – The Four Wanders
  10. "The Trail Of Haley’s Comet" – Happy Hayseeds
  11. "Wake Up You Drowsy Sleeper" – The Oaks Family
  12. "How You Want Your Rollin’ Done" – Louis Lasky
  13. "Fly Around My Pretty Little Miss" – Frank Blevins and his Tar Heel Rattlers
  14. "On The Road Again" – Memphis Jug Band
  15. "The Dying Soldier" – Buell Kazee
  16. "Voice Throwin’ Blues" – Buddy Boy Hawkins
  17. "Been on The Job Too Long" – Wilmer Watts & the Lonely Eagles
  18. "Fannie Moore" – Ken Maynard
  19. "I Got Your Ice Cold Nugrape" – Nugrape Twins
  20. "The Old Miller’s Will" – The Carson Brothers & Sprinkle
  21. "Skinner" – Winston Holmes & Charlie Turner
  22. "How To Make Love" – Southern Moonlight Entertainers
  23. "Old Jimmie Sutton" – Grayson and Whitter
Cannon's Jug Stompers
  1. "John Henry Blues" - Earl Johnson and his Dixie Entertainers
  2. "Moanin' The Blues" - Allen Shaw
  3. "Lonesome Road Blues" - Ernest Stoneman
  4. "Washboard Cut Out" - Bobby Leegan and his Need More Band
  5. "Bob McKinney" - Henry Thomas
  6. "Swanee River" - Fiddlin' John Carson and his Virginia Reelers
  7. "James Alley Blues" - Richard "Rabbit" Brown
  8. "Sail Away Ladies" - Uncle Dave Macon and his Fruit Jar Drinkers
  9. "The Rooster's Crowing Blues" - Cannon's Jug Stompers
  10. "Tallapoosa Bound" - A.A. Gray & Seven Foot Dilly
  11. "Billy Grimes the Rover" - The Shelor Family
  12. "Brown Skin Girl Down The Line" - The Massey Family
  13. "You Know You Done Me Wrong" - Joe McCoy
  14. "Old Joe" - Sid Harkreader & Grady Moore
  15. "Beware" - Blind Alfred Reed
  16. "Knocking Down Casey Jones" - Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles
  17. "Four Day Blues" - Tommy Bradley
  18. "Riley the Furniture Man" - The Georgia Crackers
  19. "Piney Woods Girl" - Ernest Stoneman & Emmett Lundy
  20. "State Street Rag" - Louie Bluie
  21. "Sugar In The Ground" - The Tweedy Brothers
  22. "Then I'll Move To Town" - Southern Moonlight Entertainers
  23. "Lord Keep Me With A Mind" - Reverend D.C. Rice
  • Times Ain't Like They Used To Be, Vol.3
Blind Willie Johnson
  1. "I Know His Blood Can Make Me Whole" - Blind Willie Johnson
  2. "Barth House Blues" - Ashley's Melody Men
  3. "Worried Blues" - Frank Hutchison
  4. "Snake Doctor Blues" - Jelly Jaw Short
  5. "Acom Stomp" - East Texas Serenaders
  6. "Sal's Got A Meatskin" - The Carlisle Brothers
  7. "Streetcar Blues" - Sleepy John Estes
  8. "Fort Smith Breakdown" - Luke Hightning & his Ozark Strutters
  9. "Sleepy Desert" - Wilmer Watts & his Lonely Eagles
  10. "Walking Blues" - Son House
  11. "Sweet Rivers" - Allison's Sacred Harp Singers
  12. "Gonna Die With My Hammer In My Hand" - Williamson Brothers & Curry
  13. "Mean Black Cat" - Charley Patton
  14. "Billy In The Low Ground" - Lowe Stokes
  15. "Good Time Blues" - Jelly Roll Anderson
  16. "Christmas Time Will Soon Be Over" - Fiddlin' John Carson and his Virginia Reelers
  17. "Steel Drivin' Man" - Fruit Jar Guzzler
  18. "I'm So Glad" - Skip James
  19. "Rock About My Sarah Jane" - Uncle Dave Macon and his Fruit Jar Drinkers
  20. "I'm Talking My Audition To Sing Up In The Sky" - Cap, Andy and Flip
  21. "Undertaker Blues" - Buster Johnson & James Cole's Washboard Band
  22. "Sally Johnson" - Oscar Harper's Texas String Band
  23. "I'll Stay On The Right Road Now" - Fa Sol La Singers
  • Times Ain't Like They Used To Be, Vol.4
Cliff Carlisle
  1. "Lowe Bonnie" - Jimmie Tarlton
  2. "Early Morning Blues" - William Harris
  3. "Billy In The Lowground" - Burnett & Rutherford
  4. "Rambling Gambler" - The Dixon Brothers
  5. "Every Day In The Week Blues" - Pink Anderson & Simmie Dooley
  6. "I Got A Bulldog" - The Sweet Brothers
  7. "Tom Cat Blues" - Cliff Carlisle
  8. "Preacher Blues" - Hi Henry Brown
  9. "Salt River" - The Kessinger Brothers
  10. "Blushing Bride" - The Golden Melody Boys
  11. "Kiss Me Quick" - Georgia Yellow Hammers
  12. "Magnolia Blues" - Charley Patton
  13. "Perrodin Two Step" - Angelas le Jeunne
  14. "Bachelor's Hall" - Fiddlin' John Carson
  15. "Walking Shoes (Bottom Up Shoes)" - Tommy Johnson
  16. "Wolves Howling" - The Stripling Brothers
  17. "Mistreated The Only Friend You Had" - James Cole and his Washboard Band
  18. "Havana River Guide" - Martin & Hobbs
  19. "I Want Two Wings To Veil My Face" - Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers
  20. "Make Down The Bed and We'll All Sleep Together" - Jess Hillar and his West Virginia Hillbillies
  21. "Special Rider Blues" - Skip James
  22. "Walk Right In Belmont" - Watts & Wilson
  23. "Leaving All To Follow Jesus" - Rev. Rice & Congregation
  • Times Ain't Like They Used To Be, Vol.5 (Yazoo)
Lowe Stokes
  1. "Railroad Blues" - Sam McGee
  2. "Step Stone" - Floyd County Ramblers
  3. "Hard Time Killin' Floor Blues" - Skip James
  4. "Greenback Dollar" - Weems String Band
  5. "Doggone That Train" - Jimmie Davis
  6. "Framer's Blues" - Eli Framer
  7. "No Room For a Tramp" - Roy Harvey & Jess Johnston
  8. "Just Over The River" - Garland Brothers & Grinstead
  9. "Mule Skinner Moan" - Ben Covington
  10. "Shortening Bread" - Reaves White County Ramblers
  11. "Black-Eyed Susie" - J.P. Nestor & Norman Edmonds
  12. "A Rag Blues" - Buddy Boy Hawkins
  13. "Railroad Blues" - Roy Harvey & Jess Johnston
  14. "Way Down In North Carolina" - Grayson County Railsplitters
  15. "Citaco" - The Swamp Rooters (A.A. Gray & Lowe Stokes)
  16. "Pistol Blues" - Unknown Artist
  17. "Boat Song March" - Murphy Brothers Band
  18. "I've Got No Honey Babe Now" - Frank Blevins and his Tar Heels Rattlers
  19. "Bonnie Bess" - Wilmer Watts and the Lonely Eagles
  20. "Cold Woman Blues" - Blind Joe Reynolds
  21. "Hamilton's Special Breakdown" - Wyzee, Tucker & Lecroy
  22. "Johnny Goodwin" - Bull Mountain Moonshiners
  23. "Some Happy Day" - Charley Patton
  • Times Ain't Like They Used To Be, Vol.6
  • Times Ain't Like They Used To Be, Vol.7
  • Times Ain't Like They Used To Be, Vol.8

DVD

  • Times Ain't Like They Used To Be, DVD

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