Tuesday, November 13, 2018

C.W. Stoneking-Lee's Liquor Lounge, Minneapolis, MN-10/18/18

C.W. Stoneking
Lee's Liquor Lounge
Minneapolis, MN

-Audience Recording using Zoom H2 rear internal mics >SD Card>PC>Adobe Audition>CD Wave Editor (split tracks)>TLH>FLAC Level 8
-"A "Midwest Sounds" recording (MWS092)
-Feel free to re-master, share on any other torrent site, convert to MP3, just never ever sell it. Also, if you like this show, please support the artist by buying their music and seeing a show next time they're in your area.

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Sierra Ferrell


1. Intro
2. Little Bird
3. The Sea
4. In Dreams
5. Snake River
6. Chittlin' Cookin' Time in Cheatham County (Arthur Smith Trio cover)
7. Rosemary
8. I'll Be Here In The Morning (Townes Van Zandt cover)
9. Pretty Magic Spell
10. Rain and Snow (Trad.)
11. Jeremiah

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C.W. Stoneking


1. Intro
2. How Long
3. Charley Bostocks Blues
4. Goin' the Country
5. She's A Bread Baker
6. Dodo Blues
7. I Heard The Marchin' Of The Drum
8. Way Out In The World
9. The Love Me Or Die
10. The Thing I Done
11. Mama Got The Blues
12. Goin' Back South
13. Good Luck Charm
14. On a Desert Isle
15. The Zombie
16. Jungle Blues
17. Talkin' Lion Blues
18. Handyman Blues
19. Jailhouse Blues
20. We Gon' Boogaloo
21. Long Tall Mama (Big Bill Broonzy cover)
22. Jungle Lullaby

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Australian blues singer and songwriter, who plays electric guitar, banjo, and dobro.

Born in Katherine, in Australia’s remote Northern Territory, C.W. is the son of an American school teacher with a passion for music. He is influenced by Son House, Robert Johnson, Skip James and Bukka White, gospel blues, Chicago blues, ragtime, Hokum blues, calypso, early rock ’n’ roll, ’60s girl groups, and late-’50s R’n’B, among many others. CW taught himself the banjo and electric guitar, but his prized possession is a 1931 National Duolian dobro. He has recorded three complete albums of wholly original material: King Hokum, Jungle Blues and, his latest, Gon' Boogaloo. Stoneking paid tribute to some of his musical influences on his semi-official bootleg album, Mississippi & Piedmont Blues 1927-41, a limited edition release that was only available at his gigs, which features songs by Sleepy John Estes, Memphis Minnie and Blind Willie McTell sitting alongside obscurities by Bobby Grant, Geeshie Wiley, Joe Callicott, Mattie Delaney and Blind Blake.

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