Complete Recordings 1929-34
Some artists spread their recordings over decades. In Patton’s case, only five years in the studio were allotted before death called—but in that time, he established himself as the king of Delta blues (when he sang "Screamin’ and Hollerin’ the Blues," he wasn’t kiddin’; the power of Patton shoots straight into the soul). That’s a great price for his complete 1929–34 recordings: the aforementioned track; "Pony Blues," "It Won’t Be Long Now," "Rattlesnake Blues," "I’m Goin’ Home," "Mean Black Moan," "I Shall Not Be Moved," "Poor Me," "Stone Pony Blues," "Hang It on the Wall" and more! Acrobat.
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