3/21/2005 09:35:00 AM|||peter patnaik|||I hope that everyone enjoyed the Stagolee week, sometime this week I'll be creating a post with the remaining titles as well as the complete list of Stagolee songs with downloads, after that post leaves the front page I'll keep a separate link for it on the sidebar. I mentioned briefly about having a pre-war blues movies torrent section of the site, which so far would be three really great films. I need two(or more people) to help seed the films so the torrent downloads would go faster. Email me if you are interested (the files are pretty small).
Cryin' Sam Collins was one of the early Mississippi blues musicians, recording in the late 1920s. Sam Collins' sad, beaten but calm voice is one of the blues in blues music, he sounds more like Elizabeth Cotten than Mississippi John Hurt, with a very delicate guitar style. Collins' blues feel very fragile, listening to his songs always makes me feel very nervous like I'm listening to his last words.
Sam Collins - Lonesome Road Blues|||111141762796563052|||Hard Act To Follow3/22/2005 10:26:29 PM|||darwin|||It's weird.. this blues contains lyrics from both "Goodnight, Irene" and "In The Pines (Black Girl)" by Leadbelly..