Tape Announcement, Manhattan Slide. To Know A Man Volume 2. C1. Speech And Tape Announcement, Twelve Year Old Boy. 4:15. C2. Tape Announcement, Elmore Jumps One (1st False Start, 2nd False Start, Take 1). 4:10.
Bleeding Heart" (sometimes listed as "(My) Bleeding Heart") is a song written and recorded by American blues musician Elmore James in 1961. Considered "among the greatest of James' songs", "Bleeding Heart" was later popularized by Jimi Hendrix, who recorded several versions of the song. Bleeding Heart" is a slow-tempo twelve-bar blues that features Elmore James' vocal and slide guitar.
With the confusing plethora of Elmore James discs out on the market, this is truly the place to start, featuring the best of his work culled from several labels. Highlights include James' original recording of "Dust My Broom," "It Hurts Me Too," ". Mama" (with Elmore backing Big Joe Turner), and the title track, one of the best slow blues ever created. Slide guitar doesn't get much better than this, making this particular compilation not only a perfect introduction to Elmore's music, but an essential piece for any blues collection.
Listen to Mean Mistreaten Mama from Elmore James's 50 Rockin' Hits, Vol. 78 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Elmore James (Elmore Brooks, Richland, Mississippi, 27th January 1918 – Chicago, Illinois, 24th May 1963) was an American blues singer and guitarist. He was known as "The King of the Slide Guitar". James was born fifty miles north of Jackson (not to be confused with another Richland just south of Jackson). He began playing as a teen, under the names "Cleanhead" and "Joe Willie James", alongside musicians such as the first Sonny Boy Williamson, Howlin' Wolf, and Robert Johnson.
James was born Elmore Brooks in Richland, Holmes County, Mississippi, the illegitimate son of 15-year-old Leola Brooks, a field hand. His father was probably Joe Willie "Frost" James, who moved in with Leola, and Elmore took his surname. He began making music at the age of 12, using a simple one-string instrument (diddley bow, or jitterbug) strung on a shack wall. James was strongly influenced by Robert Johnson, Kokomo Arnold and Tampa Red. He recorded several of Tampa Red's songs. He also inherited from Tampa Red's band two musicians who joined his own backing band, the Broomdusters, "Little" Johnny Jones (piano) and Odie Payne (drums) During World War II, James joined the United States Navy, was promoted to coxswain and took part in the invasion of Guam.
Delta bluesman Johnny Shines recorded a version called "Red Sun" (1975), with the traditional music but different, prison-themed lyrics. R. L. Burnside recorded what he titled "Rollin' Tumblin'" on several occasions, first on August 1967 for George Mitchell .
Elmore James Bio Continued. 1964 Original Folk Blues United 1965 I Need You Sphere Sound 1965 Memorial Album Sue 1965 The Best of Elmore Kent 1968 Something Inside of Me Bell 1968 The Late Fantastiacally Great Ember 1968 Tough Blue Horizon 1969 Blues in My Heart, Rhythm In My Soul United 1969 To Know a Man Blue Horizon 1969 Whose Muddy Shoes Chess 1970 Elmore James Bell
Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. Well, this compilation of 16 sides by Chicago slide-guitar master Elmore James, recorded in New Orleans, Chicago, and New York City between 1959 and 1961, includes real, honest-to-god classics such as "The Sky Is Crying," "Done Somebody Wrong," "Shake Your Moneymaker," and "Look Up Yonder Wall. James's grainy vocals and stinging guitar powerfully express pain and regret.
Elmore James Memorial Album - Standing At The Crossroad - The Twelve Year Old Boy - One Way Out - It Hurts Me Too (Part 1) - Elmore's Contribution To Jazz - Take Me Where You Go - I Can't Stop Loving You - It Hurts Me Too (Part 2) - Dust My Broom - Knocking At Your Door - Coming Home - Pickin' The Blues - Bleeding Heart - Cry For Me Baby. Elmore James: To Know A Man - Hand In Hand - tk 1, I Have A Right To Love My Baby - Hand In Hand - tk 3 - Hand In Hand - tk 4 - Everyday I Have The Blues - Dust My Broom - It Hurts Me Too - tk 1 - Talk To Me Baby - tk 1, Can't Stop Loving My Baby - Got To Move - Manhattan Slide - Twelve Year Old.
|To Know A Man Volume 1|
|A1||Tape Announcement / Hand In Hand (Take 1) / I Have A Right To Love My Baby / Hand In Hand (Take 2 - Last Verse)||7:45|
|A2||Tape Announcement / Hand In Hand (Take 3)||3:15|
|A3||Hand In Hand (Take 4)||3:04|
|A4||Everyday I Have The Blues||3:26|
|B1||Tape Announcement And Speech / Dust My Broom||3:48|
|B2||Tape Announcement / It Hurts Me Too (Take 1)||3:24|
|B3||Tape Announcement / Talk To Me Baby (Take 1) / Tape Announcement / Can't Stop Loving My Baby||5:30|
|B4||Tape Announcement / Got To Move||4:06|
|B5||Tape Announcement / Manhattan Slide||3:36|
|To Know A Man Volume 2|
|C1||Speech And Tape Announcement / Twelve Year Old Boy||4:15|
|C2||Tape Announcement / Elmore Jumps One (1st False Start, 2nd False Start, Take 1)||4:10|
|C3||Tape Announcement / I Believe (Take 1) / Speech And Tape Announcement / I Gotta Go Now||7:55|
|C4||Musicians In Discussion: Speech Only / Back In Mississippi||3:40|
|D1||Tape Announcement / Second Fiddle Man||2:30|
|D2||Tape Announcement / Make My Dreams Come True (False Start, Take 3)||3:37|
|D3||Tape Announcement / Mean Mistreatin' Mama (Take 1 Incomplete, Take 2)||4:30|
|D4||Mean Mistreastin' Mama (Take 3)||2:50|
|D5||Tape Announcement / Sunnyland (Take 1)||2:25|
|D6||Speech / Footrace To A Resting Place / Tape Announcement / Wrong Doing Woman||5:35|
|7-66230||Elmore James||To Know A Man (2xLP, Comp)||Blue Horizon||7-66230||UK||1969|
|IMDLP 5.00023||Elmore James||To Know A Man (2xLP, Comp, Whi)||Impact||IMDLP 5.00023||Germany||Unknown|
|OLDLP 8018 DX||Elmore James||To Know A Man (2x12", Comp, RE)||Line/OutLine||OLDLP 8018 DX||Germany||1983|