VA - The Story Of The Blues: From Blind Lemon To B.B. King (2004) DVD5 MP3/Flac

VA - The Story Of The Blues: From Blind Lemon To B.B. King (2004) DVD5
DVD5 | 121 Min | NTSC 720x480 | 29.97 fps | MPEG-2@3900 kbps | AC3@192 kbps | 4.33 GB
Genre: Blues, Music Video | Label: Quantum Leap

VA - The Story Of The Blues: From Blind Lemon To B.B. King (2004) DVD5
VA - The Story Of The Blues: From Blind Lemon To B.B. King (2004) DVD5

Defining the blues is a simple task: a basic I-IV-V chord progression laid over a 12-bar framework, however the blues have evolved from African-American field hollers through rough-hewn rural heavyweights such as Blind Lemon Jefferson to the immaculate guitar excursions of B.B. King.
The Story Of The Blues traces the four principal traditions of blues music: Blues Form - Country Blues - Urban Blues - Electric Blues and it's significant contribution to the development of jazz, rock music, and country and western music. This DVD includes tracks from Big Bill Broonzy, Robert Johnson, Lonnie Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Texas Alexander, and many more.
The blues has progressed, diversified, and seeped into a surprising array of styles within contemporary music. Here the entire history of the music is unveiled, with a look at the roots and origins of the genre fully expored, as well as the subsequent influence of the style. Among the artists featured are Robert Johnson, Blind Lemon Jefferson, Big Bill Broonzy, and many others.

01. Take This Hammer (Big Bill Broonzy)
02. Crossroads Blues (Robert Johnson)
03. New Falling Rain Blues (Lonnie Johnson)
04. Hangman's Blues (Blind Lemon Jefferson)
05. When The Sun Goes Down (Big Bill Broonzy)
06. Katy Crossing Blues (Alger Alexander)
07. The Blues (Duke Ellington & His Orchestra)
08. Stack of Blues (Mississippi John Hurt)
09. The Flood (Big Bill Broonzy)
10. Mama Stayed Out (Barrel House Five Orchestra)
11. Steady Roll (Jelly Roll Morton)
12. Sun Brimmers Blues (Memphis Jug Band)
13. I'm Feeling Down (Texas Jug Band)
14. Texas Moaner Blues (Clarence Williams' Blue Five)
15. True Love (Memphis Minnie)
16. Muddy Water Blues (Jelly Roll Morton)
17. Sol Blues (Louis Armstrong & His Hot Seven)
18. Creole Love Call (Adelaide Hall, Duke Ellington & His Orchestra)
19. Black Snake Blues (King Oliver & Dixie Syncopators)
20. Cathedral Blues (Tony Parnham & His Orchestra)
21. She Belongs To The Devil (Washboard Sam & His Washboard Band)
22. Kansas City Blues Man (Clarence Williams' Blue Five)
23. Red Beans & Rice (Kokomo Arnold)
24. West End Blues (Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five)
25. Jealous Hearted Blues (Ma Rainey)
26. Lowland Blues (Bertha Hill)
27. Hard Driving Papa (Bessie Smith)
28. The Moochie (Washingtonians)
29. Dive Bomber (Pete Johnson)
30. Across The Track Blues (Duke Ellington)
31. My Fighting Gal (Hot Lips Page, Teddy Bunn)
32. Evolution Blues (Cousin Joe)
33. Sweet Little Angel (B.B. King)
34. Dust My Broom (Elmore James)