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Where Could I Go But To The Lord - Jesse Fuller - San Francisco Bay Blues (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Check out Jesse Fuller on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on Amazon. Amazon Music Unlimited HD Prime Music CDs & Vinyl Download Store Open Web Player MP3 cart Settings San Francisco Bay Blues on Friends of Old Time Music: The Folk Arrival -
  2. Jesse Fuller was an extraordinary and unique blues and folk performer, born in Georgia in , who was an itinerant worker and performer until settled in Oakland, California in He was an accomplished guitarist but had never made a living as a musician, working on railroads and in shipyards and steelworks through to the s.
  3. Jesse Fuller was San Francisco's most famous one-man band, playing a variety of homemade instruments off various parts of his body while singing and strumming guitar chords. His music was a mild version of Country Blues filtered through the innovation and imagination of his self-accompaniment, and his voice had a warm, soothing, textured tone.
  4. Jesse Fuller discography and songs: Music profile for Jesse Fuller, born 12 March Genres: Country Blues, Blues, Contemporary Folk. Albums include In God's Country: The Music That Inspired The Joshua Tree, San Francisco Bay Blues, and Frisco Bound! with Jesse Fuller.
  5. Equipped with a band full of instruments operated by various parts of his anatomy, Bay Area legend Jesse Fuller was a folk music favorite in the '50s and '60s. His infectious rhythm and gentle charm graced old folk tunes, spirituals, and blues alike. One of his inventions was a homemade foot-operated instrument called the "footdella" or "fotdella.".
  6. Jesse Fuller (March 12, - January 29, ) was an American one-man band musician, best known for his song The British label Topic Records issued his album Working on the Railroad in as a inch vinyl LP, including "San Francisco Bay Blues". This recording is included as track six on the first CD of the Topic Records year.
  7. San Francisco Bay Blues; 2. Jesse's New Midnight Special; 3. Morning Blues; 4. Little Black Train; 5. Midnight Cold; 6. Whoa Mule; 7. John Henry; 8. I Got A Mind To Ramble; 9. Crazy About A Woman; Where Could I Go But To the Lord; Stealin' Back To My Old Time Used To Be; Brownskin Girl (I've Got My Eye On You).
  8. By the time San Francisco Bay Blues was released in , the title track had long been established as a classic and Jesse Fuller's career had been revived. Nevertheless, the album may be his finest, containing wonderful versions of "San Francisco Bay Blues," "Jesse's New Midnight Special," "John Henry," "I Got a Mind to Ramble" and "Crazy About a Woman," that find Fuller at his easygoing best.

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