American Folk Blues Festival Rare 1964 Programme Howlin Wolf Willie Dixon Lightnin' Hopkins
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American Folk Blues Festival Rare 1964 Programme Howlin Wolf Willie Dixon Lightnin' HopkinsHere's an original & very hard to find AMERICAN FOLK BLUES FESTIVAL Programme from 1964. On this tour were many blues legends! I have copied the following from the programme.
Sonny Boy Williamson Bye Bye Bird SLEEPY JOHN ESTES Rats in my kitchen
vocal & harmonica I can't understand vocal & guitar Down south blues
acc. by Sunnyland Slim, Willie Dixon, Decoration Day acc. by Hammie Nixon, I'd been well-warned
Hubert Sumlin, Clifton James The sky is crying John Henry Barbee You gotta go
I wonder do I have a friend Down in death valley
HAMMIE NIXON Someday Baby
WILLIE DIXON Home to Mamma harmonica & jug blowing Blowin' the jug
vocal. bass & guitar An old Country Blues acc. by Sleepy John Estes, Brownsville Blues
Down South Folk Song John Henry Barbee
JOHN HENRY BARBEE I've been walking
SUNNYLAND SLIM Brown skin woman vocal & guitar When trouble strike you vocal & piano Highway 61 acc. by Sleepy John Estes. My mamma told me acc. by Hubert Sumlin, Willie Dixon, Its you baby Hammie Nixon
Clifton James Going back to Memphis
SUGAR PIE DESANTO The Sweet Sixteen
acc. by Sunnyland Slim, Hubert Sumlin, Hi-Heel Sneakers
Willie Dixon, Clifton James Empty Bed Blues
Just sing the blues HUBERT SUMLIN Sumlin's Boogie I had a woman guitar A real low-down guitar blues
acc. by Sunnyland Slim. Willie Dixon, After hours
HOWLIN WOLF Tell me
vocal, guitar & harmonica Moanin at Midnight
acc. by Sunnyland Slim, Hubert Sumlin, Smokestack Lightnin'
Willie Dixon, Clifton James No place to go SAM ' LIGHTNING" HOPKINS Mojo hand Going down slow vocal & guitar Short haired woman
Tom Moore's Farm
Coin' back and talk to Mamma FINALE A Low-Down South Summit Meeting
Programmanderungen vorbehalten American Folk Blues Festival 1964 Program might be matter of change produced and presented by Lippmann Rau Concert Bum, Frankfurt a. M. art director: Horst Lippmann art work and designs: Michel -- Keser Translations by Irene Hudtwalker printed by Druckerei Merkur. Frankfurt a. M Photos: Sumlin, Nixon. Barbee, Sunnyland Slim, Nowlin Wolf by Ray Flerlage Estes, by Georges Adins Sugar Pie Desanto by Horst Lipp, Bann Dixon by Rolf Ambor Williamson by Hans Harzheim
The cover has some moderate wear on the edges & some creasing to corners . All inside pages are clean & there are no folds or graffiti. This is a very nice example of a very rare programme. Please check the images & ask for more pics if required.
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