VA - M For Mississippi Soundtrack (2008)
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VA - M For Mississippi Soundtrack (2008)

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Artist: Various Artists
Title Of Album: M For Mississippi: A Road Trip Through The Birthplace Of The Blues OST
Year Of Release: 2008
Label: M For Mississippi
Genre: Delta Blues
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 48:57
Total Size: 113 Mb
Covers: Front
Tracklist:
01. Big George Brock - M For Mississippi (3:07)
02. Wesley Jefferson Blues Band - The Wolves Are Howling (5:14)
03. RL Boyce - Ain't It Alright (5:11)
04. Terry Harmonica Bean - I'm A Bluesman (5:14)
05. Jimmy Duck Holmes - Slow Down, Slow Down (3:21)
06. Mississippi Marvel - Black Mattie's Face (2:10)
07. T-Model Ford - Hip Shakin' Woman (6:04)
08. Cadillac John Nolden - Give It All To Me, Baby (4:44)
09. Pat Thomas - The Woman I Love (2:36)
10. Robert Bilbo Walker - Bring It On Home (3:50)
11. LC Ulmer - Rosalee (7:20)
Sometime in late-2006, Roger Stolle of Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Art in Clarksdale, Mississippi and Jeff Konkel of Broke & Hungry Records, came up with the idea to record a compilation CD to capture the current state of the contemporary Mississippi blues community. The unnamed project soon expanded to include a documentary film, a dream realized with the help of talented filmmaker Damien Blaylock.
Enlisting the help of producer Kari Jones of Mudpuppy Records and guitarist/engineer Bill Abel to record it all with his mobile Big Toe Porta-Studio (his equipment stuffed in the back of a Volvo station-wagon), the five blues fans set out on a journey across Mississippi's famed landscape to document the essence of today's Delta blues. The resulting film, offered here on DVD, is an enlightening look behind the scenes, capturing the region's blues artists at home, in the fields, and in the Mississippi juke-joints that gave the blues its notoriety.
M for Mississippi:
M for Mississippi, sub-titled "A Road Trip through the Birthplace of the Blues," opens with a light-hearted intro that provides valuable lessons in documentary filmmaking, especially the example of acquiring financing. The film itself is broken down day-by-day, the crew venturing out in its white Dodge fan to various locations in the region to meet with a select group of artists. Each bluesman is provided a brief vignette that includes an interview and performance, sometimes intercut for maximum impact.
The film opens with Foster Wiley, a/k/a "Mr. Tater," performing in front of Stolle's Cat Head Delta Blues & Folk Art storefront in Clarksdale, Mississippi. The last of the street-corner Delta bluesmen, Mr. Tater plays for tips from amazed tourists. His unique country blues style portrays a sense of wistfulness to go along with his intelligent humor.
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