I’m Mama’s Bad Luck Child
Posted in 1920s,Honey,Piano Blues on 07.17.06

Me and Ms. Honey are going to NYC this weekend for a few days, from what I can tell most of the real good record stores have closed. Is this true? Is there some hidden blues record store I must goto, or should I just go to Kim’s and call it a day.

Sylvester Palmer was a St. Louis blues singer who recorded a handful of sides with Wesley Wallace in the late 1920s. Palmer was a solid if not spectacular singer, whose voice is much better than the songs he recorded. This track Lonesome Man Blues is a run down of almost every St. Louis blues line without going into a Stagolee tale. Wesley Wallace is wonderful as usual on the piano.

Sylvester Palmer – Lonesome Man Blues (1929)


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