Document Records - Vintage Blues and Jazz

Document Records
Blind Boy Fuller Vol 6 1940

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Blind Boy Fuller
Sonny Terry


Blind Boy Fuller
01 - Blue and worried man
02 - Passenger train woman
03 - Shake it baby
04 - Somebody`s been talkin`
05 - Three ball blues
06 - Little woman you`re so sweet

Sonny Terry and Oh Red (Blind Boy Fuller's Boys)
07 - Harmonica stomp
08 - Good feeling blues

Brother George And His Sanctified Singers
09 - You can`t hide from the lord
10 - Twelve gates to the city

Blind Boy Fuller
11 - Crooked woman blues
12 - I don`t want no skinny woman
13 - Bus rider blues
14 - You got to have your dollar
15 - Lost lover blues
16 - Thousand woman blues
17 - Bye bye baby
18 - When you are gone

Brother George And His Sanctified Singers
19 - No stranger now
20 - Must have been my Jesus
21 - Jesus is a holy man
22 - Precious Lord

Blind Boy Fuller
23 - Night rambling woman

Blind Boy Fuller, vocal, guitar.
Brother George And His Sanctified Singers (Blind Boy Fuller)
With contributions by Sonny Terry, vocal, harmonica; Oh Red, washboard.
Genres: Country blyues, Piedmont blues, Carolina blues, Country blues guitar, Country blues harmonica.
Informative bookle notes by Ken Romanowski.
Detailed discography.

Review by Jason Ankeny:

The sixth and final volume in the series assembles the fruits of Blind Boy Fuller’s final studio sessions, all dating to the first half of 1940. Despite failing health, Fuller is at his most incendiary on these sides — Shake It, Baby is among his most galvanizing dance tunes, while Little Woman You’re So Sweet stands as one of his finest originals. Most energetic, however, are the sanctified songs, including No Stranger Now, Jesus Is a Holy Man and Twelve Gates to the City — with his death less than a year away, Fuller burns with spiritual intensity, clearly yearning for some kind of redemption in his final months.

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