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Mississippi John Hurt & Skip James - Live At Wtbs-fm In Cambridge. Ma October 1964 FLAC

Mississippi John Hurt & Skip James - Live At Wtbs-fm In Cambridge. Ma October 1964 FLAC Performer: Mississippi John Hurt & Skip James
Title: Live At Wtbs-fm In Cambridge. Ma October 1964
Style: Delta Blues, Country Blues
Label: DOL
# Cat: DOR2084H
Released: 2015
Country: Europe
FLAC album: 2755 mb
MP3 album: 2540 mb
Rating: 4.3
Genre: Blues / AudioBooks / AudioFiles

Tracklist

1Cherry Ball Blues
2I'm So Glad
3Intro Skip James
4Intro Mississippi John Hurt
5Chatting With Mississippi John Hurt
6Chatting With Skip James
7Illionois Blues
8Outro Skip James
9Outro Mississippi John Hurt
10Louis Collins
11Chatting With Skip Jones
12Cow Hooking Blues (With Al Wilson On Harp)
13Trouble All My Days (With Al Wilson On Harp)

Notes

Recording of live radio broacast

Comments: (1)
Kabei
Why is this album accredited for being a reissue ? I can't find any previous release, so, is this the first edition on vinyl of the 1964 radio broadcast ?
On Amazon I've found the cover of the presumed original audiotape of this radio show (Mississippi John Hurt, Skip James & Alan 'Blind Owl' Wilson - Live From WTBS, Folkside Show, Cambridge, MA, Oct 23rd 1964 WTBS Broadcast). Perhaps DOL has simply taken the radio recordings and put them on vinyl. In this case, this Lp would be the first (official? unofficial?) reissue of an audiotape or, worse, the simple reproduction of some internet audio files. How is the sound quality of the vinyl? Are there any differences in respect of the audio files that one can easily find on the net, on youtube or, better, at the Mississippi John Hurt Foundation internet site: http://web.archive.org/web/20160811111800/http://www.mississippijohnhurtfoundation.org/audio1.html ?
I too have run into this issue, I purchased an album that was not labeled RE, and a week later it was REclassified as a reissue,I certainly would not have paid what I did had I known, and in my opinion it shouldn't have been. The guidelines aren't clear enough. ( There are several that should be labeled reissue but aren't ) The only thing I can think of is there is an OOP foreign issue out there for the 1964 broadcast as the label specializes in reissues.