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Fred McDowell Atlantic Recordings

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murray@mpce.mq.edu.au 23 Jun 98 - 09:04 PM
Gene E 23 Jun 98 - 09:53 PM
Brian Hoskin 24 Jun 98 - 05:12 AM
Rockaday Johnnie 24 Jun 98 - 10:16 AM
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Subject: Fred McDowell Atlantic Recordings
From: murray@mpce.mq.edu.au
Date: 23 Jun 98 - 09:04 PM

In his book "The Land Where the Blues Began", Alan Lomax mentions recordings he made of Fred McDowell that later appeared as LPs on the Atlantic Label.

Does anyone know if these have been re-issued? (He doesn't give the name of the album.)

Murray


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Subject: RE: Fred McDowell Atlantic Recordings
From: Gene E
Date: 23 Jun 98 - 09:53 PM

Murray,

You may find what you want on one of two Atlantic 4 CD box sets:

Atlantic Blues or Atlantic Blues Guitar.

Also check out CD Now They have lots of Fred.

Gene


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Subject: RE: Fred McDowell Atlantic Recordings
From: Brian Hoskin
Date: 24 Jun 98 - 05:12 AM

The recordings may be on the Atlantic 4 CD set

Sounds of the South - Alan Lomax's Atlantic Recordings.

Also a large number of Lomax's recordings from these field trips are on Rounder - although, apparently, the Atlantic recordings are not duplicated on Rounder.

Brian


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Subject: RE: Fred McDowell Atlantic Recordings
From: Rockaday Johnnie
Date: 24 Jun 98 - 10:16 AM

The Lomax tapes that were issued in the early 60's were on two different labels - Atlantic and Prestige - The Sounds of the South 4 Cd box set includes ALL of the Atlantic lps, while the Prestige lps (I think there were about 6) are being reissued (with additional unreleased tracks) on Rounder - Most of these recordings on both labels were recorded at about the same time and there is some overlapping of artists, but not songs...They are all wonderful and I highly recommend them all!


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