Please Warm My Weiner - Bo Carter - The Best Of Bo Carter Vol.1 1928-1940
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He was a member of the Mississippi Sheiks in concerts and Andantino - Alan Rawsthorne, Lennox Berkeley, Peter Racine Fricker - The Little Orchestra Of London a few of their recordings.
He also managed that group, which included his brothers Lonnie Chatmon on fiddle and, occasionally, Sam Chatmon on bass and their friend Walter Vinson on guitar and lead vocals. Carter and his brothers including the pianist Harry Chatmon, who also made recordings first learned music from their father, the fiddler Henderson Chatmon, a former slave, at their home on a plantation between Bolton and Edwards, Mississippi.
Their mother, Eliza, also sang and played the guitar. Carter made his recording debut inbacking Alec Johnson, and was soon was recording as a solo musician. He became one of the dominant blues recording acts of the s, recording sides. He and the Sheiks often performed for whitesplaying the pop hits of the day and white-oriented dance musicas well as for blacksplaying a bluesier repertoire.
Carter went partly blind during the s. Carter suffered strokes and died of a cerebral hemorrhage at Shelby County Hospital, in Memphis, on September 21, Carter's style of playing the guitar and his songwriting have won him fans [ who?
One of the most notable examples is the Irish blues-rock guitarist Rory Gallagherwho performed several of Carter's songs, including "All Around Man.
Bo Carter. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Dubai: Carlton Books. Retrieved June 3, Retrieved Archived from the original on The Devil's Music. Da Capo Press. JSP Records. January 31, Categories : Delta blues musicians Dirty blues musicians Country blues musicians African-American musicians American blues guitarists American male guitarists Please Warm My Weiner - Bo Carter - The Best Of Bo Carter Vol.1 1928-1940 blues singers American folk musicians American male singers Blind musicians Bluebird Records artists births deaths People from Bolton, Mississippi 20th-century American singers 20th-century American guitarists 20th-century male singers.
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