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Friday, August 25, 2017

Various - Genesis: The Beginnings Of Rock Vol. 1


As requested the  4LP boxed set of original Aristocrat and Chess recordings, 1947-56. Classic Chicago blues by Muddy Waters (18 tracks, including a previously unissued alternative take of "I Feel Like Going Home"), Leroy Foster (2), Little Johnny Jones (2), Sunnyland Slim (2), Jimmy Rogers (14), Robert Nighthawk (4), Forrest City Joe (2), Memphis Minnie (2), Big Bill Broonzy (4), Washboard Sam (6)--56 tracks in all.
Track list:  http://www.discogs.com/Various-Genesis-The-Beginnings-Of-Rock/release/2611225

Disc 1: http://www64.zippyshare.com/v/hFJEBsRu/file.html
Disc 2: http://www64.zippyshare.com/v/wph5R666/file.html
Disc 3: http://www64.zippyshare.com/v/oYmRxyLR/file.html
Disc 4: http://www64.zippyshare.com/v/oixnHeUv/file.html

Nerw links with tagged files

19 comments:

boogieman said...

An absolute must, a classic box set. I remember the absolute state of bliss when i first heard it.

Anonymous said...

Never thought I'd hear these tracks...a great, great download. Thank you for sharing this rare and important set of LPs!

lemonflag said...

Thanks

teekay said...

Many thanks - remember buying this when it came out too many years ago! Think there were two more box sets issued and more planned which never materialised. Don't suppose you have the other two?

lemonflag said...

Thanks

Xyros said...

Teekay, I was wondering when someone would ask for the other 2 boxes. I'll get around to posting them soon.
Great sets and well worth the cut down on beer money to be able to buy them.

Anonymous said...

thank you so much
waiting now for the other two boxes

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the Genesis....I'm also eagerly awaiting the other 2 volumes as well! Thanks so much!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you !!!

Doug said...

Thanks for these Xyros. I remember seeing them when they came out and lusting after them then. It doesn't really get any better than this - class and quality cuts everywhere you look across the three boxes

Thanks for making them available -

DEPRAVOS DE LA MOUR said...

WHAT ARE THE NAMES OF THE SONGS? NOTHING IS TAGGED EVEN SLIGHTLY

Anonymous said...

Many thanks for this. I bought this vinyl set when it came out and look forward to hearing it again as I don't have a turntable. I still have the box-set gathering dust.

Xyros said...

@ Anonymous, glad you that you get a chance to hear the box set again. Bit of advice, buy a USB turntable, connect it to your computer and enjoy the sound of vinyl.

Xyros said...

@ DEPRAVOS DE LA MOUR, DON'T SHOUT IT'S RUDE. Secondly, I've got better things to do than tag old rips for people I've never seen before. Tag it yourself if it's that easy.

Franck Goldwasser said...

Wow, what a treat! Thanks a million!

Lil'ol'lady said...

Thank you very much for posting Vol. 1!!!! What a treasure this is, and the work put into preparing it for sharing is very much appreciated. Tips about where the tags could be found were appreciated as well. What a magnificent gift!

Dennis said...

Thanks Xyros - for all the selfless work. I find it psrt of the fun tagging stuff the way I want it.

Xyros said...

I wouldn't go so far as to say that tagging is part of the fun but I appreciate your comment and those from Lil'ol'lady and Franck Goldwasser.

Anonymous said...

I have tagged all 3 volumes and would like to know if you would be happy for me to pass this on
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