© 2016 by Center for Southern Folklore.

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NOTE: Format is CD

 

Producer, singer and pianist Jim Dickinson captured the spirit of Memphis Blues in the late 1970s in this classic record album he produced in support of the Memphis Development Foundation. The Foundation sold this album to raise  funds to re develop the Orpheum Theatre in 1979. 
 

1. WALKIN’ DOWN BEALE STREET – Sid Selvidge
2. HERNANDO HORN – Fred Ford
3. BEALE STREET BLUES – Grandma Dixie Davis
4. BIG FAT MAMA/LIQUOR STORE – Sleepy John Estes
5. OL’ BEALE STREET BLUES – Prince Gabe
6. FURRY’S BLUES – Furry Lewis
7. ROCK ME BABY – Teenie Hodges
8. ROCK ME BABY -  Alex Chilton
9. “BEN GRIFFIN WAS KILLED IN THE MONARCH…” – Thomas Pinkston
10. FRISCO BLOW – Johnny Woods
11. ON THE ROAD AGAIN – Mud Boy & The Neutrons
12. MR. HANDY TOLD ME 50 YEARS AGO – Thomas Pinkston
13. CHICKEN AIN’T NOTHIN’ BUT A BIRD – Furry Lewis
14. ROLL ON, MISSISSIPPI – Grandma Dixie Davis

Memphis Development Foundation Presents: Beale Street Saturday Night

$14.95Price