The Blues of Pink Anderson: Ballad & Folksinger, subtitled Vol. 3, is an album by blues musician Pink Anderson recorded in 1961 and released on the Bluesville label in 1963.
Personnel: Pink Anderson (vocals, guitar). This release contains what is sadly the final volume in Bluesville's trilogy of long-players featuring the highly original Piedmont blues of Pink Anderson. As with the two previous discs, Ballad & Folk Singer was recorded in 1961.
Acoustic Blues Country Blues Piedmont Blues Pre-War Country Blues Regional Blues.
The Blues Of Pink Anderson - Ballad & Folksinger, Vol. 3 by Pink Anderson.
In 1914 Anderson joined Dr. Kerr of the Indian Remedy Company to entertain the crowds whilst Kerr sold his "medicines", and in 1916 he met Simmie Dooley, with whom he played to small gatherings in Greenville, Spartanburg and neighbouring communities. Together they made four titles for Columbia in Atlanta in April 1928. After Dr. Kerr retired in 1945, Anderson still "went out" now and then with "Chief Thundercloud" (Leo Kadot) and his medicine show, often accompanied by harmonica player Peg Leg Sam. Heart problems eventually forced Anderson to retire from the road. The Blues Of Pink Anderson Ballad & Folksinger, Vol. 3 (Album).
Album · 1962 · 9 Songs. Ballad & Folk Singer, Vol. 3 Pink Anderson. Listen on Apple Music.
Pink Anderson: Vol. 1 Carolina Bluesman Recorded: 12 April 1961 in Spartanburg, South Carolina by Samuel Charters Released: 1961 Pink Anderson, vocals, guitar Label: Prestige/Bluesville. Tracklist: 01 - My Baby Left Me This Morning 02- Baby, Please Don't Go 03- Mama Where Did You Stay Last Night 04- Big House Blues 05- Meet Me In The Bottom 06- Weeping Willow Blues 07- Baby I'm Going Away 08- Thousand Woman Blues 09- I Had My Fun 10- Every Day In The Week 11- Try Some Of That.
The Blues of Pink Anderson: Ballad & Folksinger, Vol. 3. Huntington Junior High School Chorus. Thy Name Is Monica's 2006 WFMU Marathon Premium. Too Old to Die Young. 15, parts 1-4. Das Klavierwerk, Vol. 1. Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet. Fat Bearded Lady Walks the Tightrope. V/A: Live on Brian Turner's Show, 2004-2006.