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 Hayes McMullan - Everyday Seem Like Murder Here

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Release Date:03/03/2017;Notes:Double vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. Bluesman. Sharecropper. Church deacon. Civil Rights activist. Hayes McMull...Click To Read More About This Product

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Release Date:03/03/2017;Notes:Double vinyl LP pressing in gatefold jacket. Bluesman. Sharecropper. Church deacon. Civil Rights activist. Hayes McMullan should be a name on every blues aficionados' short-list and thanks to the preservation fieldwork carried out by one of the genre's greatest researchers some 50 years ago - it might soon be. Born in 1902, Hayes McMullan was discovered by the renowned American roots scholar, collector and documentarian Gayle Dean Wardlow, author of the seminal blues anthology Chasin' That Devil Music - Searching for the Blues. Moreover, in his tireless and committed mission to preserve the Blues for future generations, he captured McMullan's raw talent on tape and on paper. Wardlow recorded these sessions, transcribed the songs and now, writes the sleeve-notes for this landmark release. Wardlow and McMullan met by chance on one of the former's record-hunting trips, in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi, in 1967. Having introduced himself to McMullan on a hunch, it turned out this unassuming elderly man had not only heard of Wardlow's idol, Charley Patton, but had played alongside him in the 1920s. Striking up a friendship that was deemed unorthodox in 1960's Mississippi, Wardlow traveled to McMullan's sharecropper's shack and convinced him to play guitar for the first time since he quit the blues for the church in the 30's. Wardlow visited McMullan on a handful of occasions, always taking his recorder, a guitar and some whiskey with him. It was during these visits that Wardlow captured - with surprising clarity - the songs that make up Everyday Seem Like Murder Here. Hayes McMullan passed away at the age of 84 in 1986, his talent and legacy largely unknown.;Track List:1. This Is Hayes McMullan (Story);2. Fast Old Train;3. Look-A Here Woman Blues;4. Back Water Blues (False Start);5. Goin' Away Mama Blues;6. Every Day in the Week;7. Playing a Juke with Patton (Story);8. Hurry Sundown;9. How'd Your Brother Die (Story);10. Sugar;11. Smoke Like Lightning;12. Goin' Where the Chilly Winds Don't Blow;13. The High Water (Story);14. Spider on the Wall Blues;15. Spanish Fandango;16. Charley He Was Whiskey Headed (Story);17. Hitch Up My Pony;18. Every Day Seem Like Murder Here;19. Who Gonna Be Your Baby?;20. Discussions on a Barrelhouse (Story);21. Gonna Get Me a Woman (Aka Sunday Woman);22. Kansas City Blues;23. Patton Was a Racket Man (Story);24. Bo Weevil Blues;25. Singing to the Children (Story);26. 'Bout a Spoonful Takes 1 2;27. No Triflin' Kid;28. Delta Walk;29. Roll and Tumble;30. I'm Goin' Don't You Wanna Go?;31. Patton's Death Hearsay (Story);Special Attributes:GATEFOLD LP JACKET, REMASTERED


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