Jimmy Davis – Don’t Take My Sunshine Away: Vintage Hillbilly Blues and Ballads 1932-1949

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Description

Release Date: 2017

Label: Jasmine Records

 

Track List

  1. I’m Hurt Too Much To Cry
  2. Walkin’ My Blues Away
  3. No Good For Nothin’ Blues
  4. There’s A Chill On The Hill Tonight
  5. Columbus Stockade Blues
  6. Live And Let Live
  7. Bang Bang
  8. I Hung My Head And Cried
  9. I’m Sorry If That’s The Way You Feel
  10. The Prisoner’s Song
  11. Grievin’ My Heart Out For You
  12. Sweethearts Or Strangers
  13. Is It Too Late Now
  14. The Last Letter
  15. You Are My Sunshine
  16. It Makes No Difference Now
  17. There’s A New Moon Over My Shoulder
  18. There’s A Gold Mine In The Sky
  19. Hard Hearted Mama
  20. Nobody’s Darling But Mine
  21. Honky Tonk Blues
  22. Come On Over To My House  (Ain’t Nobody Home But Me)
  23. Goodbye Old Booze
  24. Jelly Roll Blues
  25. Graveyard Blues
  26. High Geared Mama
  27. Good Time Papa Blues
  28. Peach Pickin’ Time Down In Georgia

 

Notes

2017 collection. Politician, actor, blues/hillbilly/country singer, talent scout and occasional songwriter – there really wasn’t much that the late Jimmie Davis couldn’t and didn’t turn his hand to with great success during his 100-plus years on Earth. Widely known for being the original performer of such timeless musical standards as ‘You Are My Sunshine’ and ‘Nobody’s Darlin’ But Mine’, Davis cut literally hundreds of sides during almost 60 years as an active recording artist. He made his first records in his late 20s and was still recording at the age of almost 80! This new Jasmine collection focuses on the man’s first quarter century of recording, and offers an all-encompassing (and carefully chosen) representation of the wide range of material he recorded in the 1930s and 1940s. Naturally it features Davis’ previously mentioned career songs, alongside 28 other fine tracks that embrace everything from Hawaiian music to western ballads to double entendre blues. As an introduction to his vast repertoire, it’s pretty hard to beat. Beautifully remastered from the best available sources as always, and with a booklet that tells the full story of this amazing man, a true foundation artist of modern country music.

 

 

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