℗ 1969 Archive of Folk & Jazz Music
Released April 8, 1969
Duration 39m 38s
Record Label Archive of Folk & Jazz Music
Catalogue No. 43NB0800AR
Genre Blues (Delta Blues)
 

Mississippi Fred Mcdowell

Mississippi Fred McDowell

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1.1
What's the Matter with Papa's Little Angel Child
Mississippi Fred McDowell
4:09
1.2
Levee Camp Blues
Mississippi Fred McDowell
5:54
1.3
Got to Move
Mississippi Fred McDowell
2:52
1.4
Get Right Church
Mississippi Fred McDowell
3:38
1.5
Big Fat Mama
Mississippi Fred McDowell
3:21
1.6
Unknown Blues
Mississippi Fred McDowell
4:15
1.7
Good Morning Little School Girl
Mississippi Fred McDowell
3:27
1.8
Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning
Mississippi Fred McDowell
3:36
1.9
You Ain't Gonna Worry My Life No More
Mississippi Fred McDowell
3:11
1.10
The Train I Ride
Mississippi Fred McDowell
5:15
The Archive of Folk & Jazz Music presents this stunning historical compilation of works from American hill country blues singer and guitar player Mississippi Fred McDowell! He was particularly renowned for his mastery of slide guitar, a style he said he first learned using a pocketknife for a slide and later a polished beef rib bone. He ultimately settled on the clearer sound he got from a glass slide, which he wore on his ring finger. While he famously declared, "I do not play no rock and roll," he was not averse to associating with younger rock musicians. He coached Bonnie Raitt on slide guitar technique and was reportedly flattered by The Rolling Stones' rather straightforward version of his "You Gotta Move" on their 1971 album Sticky Fingers.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Archive of Folk & Jazz Music Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-1.21
-1.22 to -1.21
-20.92
-23.52 to -18.50
-15.19
-16.90 to -13.90
13
11 to 15
1
What's the Matter with Papa's Little Angel Child
-1.21-18.55-14.111
2
Levee Camp Blues
-1.21-20.32-14.812
3
Got to Move
-1.21-21.43-15.513
4
Get Right Church
-1.21-20.35-15.613
5
Big Fat Mama
-1.21-18.50-13.911
6
Unknown Blues
-1.21-20.11-14.112
7
Good Morning Little School Girl
-1.22-22.96-16.614
8
Keep Your Lamp Trimmed and Burning
-1.21-23.42-16.915
9
You Ain't Gonna Worry My Life No More
-1.22-23.52-15.714
10
The Train I Ride
-1.21-20.02-14.712

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