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American Folk Blues Festival '64 - 180g Vinyl LP
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American Folk Blues Festival '64 - 180g Vinyl LP

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American Folk Blues Festival '64 - 180g Vinyl LP

Catalogue number PPAN42024

The German jazz publicist Joachim - Ernst Berendt was the first to bring the idea of ​​African- American blues musicians to Europe .

Jazz had become very popular, rock'n'roll had just gained ground, and both genres were directly influenced by the blues . Berendt was assumed that European audiences would gather in droves in the concert halls to see these musicians in person .

The organizers Horst Lippmann and Fritz Rau made ​​the idea a reality . They contacted Willie Dixon , an influential composer and Blue -bassisten from Chicago , through who they gained access to the Blues culture of the southern states .

The first festival took place in 1962.

Side 1:
1. I'm Trying To Make London My Home
2. Dissatisfied
3. Everytime I Get To Drinkin'
4. Ain't It A Pity
5. Baby Please Don't Go

Side 2:
1. I'm A Tearing Little Daddy
2. Cotton Pickin' Blues
3. No Title Boogie
4. Slip In Mules
5. Dust My Broom

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