Various - The Roots Of Popular Music: The Ralph S. Peer Story album flac
postwar transformation of music on the airwaves that set the stage for the dominance of R&B, country, and rock ’n’ roll
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Ralph Peer’s true importance in American music is rarely understood outside of the music business, but Barry Mazor’s book draws a compelling portrait of Peer as business innovator, music scout, and publishing executive, detailing his visionary pursuit of musical riches in previously unexplored rural America and Latin America-yielding a body of recorded blues, country, and pop that are the foundations. of American musical culture. Ralph Peer was there first to discover and record roots music before anyone else. This remarkable man brought that legacy to the world, nurturing.
Ralph Sylvester Peer (May 22, 1892 – January 19, 1960) was an American talent scout, recording engineer, record producer and music publisher in the 1920s and 1930s. Peer pioneered field recording of music when in June 1923 he took remote recording equipment south to Atlanta, Georgia to record regional music outside the recording studio in such places as hotel rooms, ballrooms, or empty warehouses.
This is the first biography of Ralph Peer, the adventurous-even revolutionary-A&R man and music publisher who saw the universal power locked in regional roots music and tapped it, changing the breadth and flavor of popular music around the world. But this is also the story of a man from humble midwestern beginnings who went on to build the world’s largest independent music publishing firm, fostering the global reach of music that had previously been specialized, localized, and marginalized.
Sing Me Back Home: Southern Roots and Country Music. American Popular Music Series. Narrated by: Peter Lerman. The book tracks Peer's role in such breakthrough events as the recording of Mamie Smith's Crazy Blues (the record that sparked the blues craze), the first country recording sessions with Fiddlin' John Carson, his discovery of Jimmie Rodgers and the Carter Family at the famed Bristol sessions, the popularizing of Latin American music during World War II, and the. postwar transformation of music on the airwaves that set the stage for the dominance of R&B, country, and rock n' roll. But this is also the story of a man from humble Midwestern beginnings who went on to build.
University of Illinois Press (2009) Urbana & Chicago. Ralph Peer and the Making of Popular Roots Music. Some were commercially successful for a time, a very few of longer duration, while most were not. All had people who often actually LIKED the music that they recorded on some level besides monetary and were often involved in a labor of love! Based mainly on oral history (you know, interviews) as well as media from that time, this is a seriously devoted look at the growth of vernacular music in post-war America. It is also extremely well-written and well-balanced.
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Now the story is here from the 1920s to the 1970s and beyond in four exclusive 3-CD sets. Through this music, we feel it all from the isolation of early twentieth century Appalachia through the economic and political upheavals of the Depression, War, and Civil Rights eras to contemporary west coast singer-songwriters looking within for inspiration. During the early '20s, Bentley Ball gave recitals of Appalachian ballads, Cowboy songs and Native American material to fascinated urban audiences. Folk songs continued making inroads into American popular culture during the Jazz Age of the '20s.
|1-1||–Mamie Smith And Her Jazz Hounds||Crazy Blues|
|1-2||–Jimmie Rodgers||Blue Yodel No. 4 (California Blues)|
|1-3||–Tommy Johnson||Cool Drink Of Water Blues|
|1-4||–Memphis Jug Band||Stealin', Stealin'|
|1-5||–The Carter Family||Keep On The Sunny Side|
|1-6||–Jimmie Rodgers||Blue Yodel No. 9 (Standin' On The Corner)|
|1-7||–Jimmie Davis||You Are My Sunshine|
|1-8||–Xavier Cugat||Brazil (Aquarela Do Brasil)|
|1-9||–Jimmy Dorsey & His Orchestra* Featuring Bob Eberly And Kitty Kallen||Bésame Mucho|
|1-10||–Dora Luz||You Belong To My Heart|
|1-12||–Desi Arnaz And His Orchestra||El Cumbanchero|
|1-13||–Floyd Tillman||I Love You So Much It Hurts|
|1-15||–Tito Puente And His Orchestra||Ran Kan Kan|
|1-16||–Lefty Frizzell||If You've Got The Money I've Got The Time|
|1-17||–Flatt & Scruggs||Jimmie Brown, The Newsboy|
|2-1||–José Alfredo Jiménez||Tú y Las Nubes|
|2-2||–Count Basie & His Orchestra*||Mambo Inn|
|2-3||–The Platters||The Great Pretender|
|2-4||–Agustin Lara||Solamente Un Vez|
|2-6||–Billie Holiday||You've Changed|
|2-7||–Nat King Cole||Acércate Más|
|2-8||–Dean Martin||Return To Me (Ritorna A Me)|
|2-9||–Perez Prado||Mambo Jambo (Que Rico El Mambo)|
|2-10||–Elvis Presley||Blue Moon Of Kentucky|
|2-12||–Los Indios Tabajaras||Maria Elena|
|2-13||–Tito Puente And His Orchestra & Buddy Morrow And His Orchestra||Bahia|
|2-14||–Ray Charles||Georgia On My Mind|
|2-15||–Flatt & Scruggs With Mother Maybelle Carter*||The Storms Are On The Ocean|
|2-17||–Eydie Gormé y Trio Los Panchos||Sabor A Mí|
|2-18||–Flatt & Scruggs||Foggy Mountain Breakdown|
|3-1||–Willie Nelson||Born To Lose|
|3-2||–José José||Contigo En la Distancia|
|3-4||–Waylon Jennings||T For Texas|
|3-5||–Nitty Gritty Dirt Band||Will The Circle Be Unbroken|
|3-7||–Bob Dylan||My Blue Eyed Jane|
|3-8||–David Sanchez||Lamento Borincano|
|3-9||–Lou Bega||Mambo No. 5 (A Litle Bit Of...)|
|3-13||–Lila Downs||Cucurrucucú Paloma|
|3-14||–Marc Anthony||La Copa Rota|
|3-15||–Il Divo||Historia de Un Amor|