Zippyshare and VPN

I know that Zippyshare is a problem in a lot of countries but I'm sticking to it and for the following reasons:
1. large files can be uploaded
2. it's fast
3. no download limits
5. I can follow the number of downloads

The solution to your problem is to use free or paid VPN software extensions for your browser. I use TouchVPN for Chrome but there are plenty of other ones out there to choose from.
It's not rocket science and if you can download and listen to mp3's all day you are capable of using simple VPN extensions.

Sunday, April 14, 2019

Various - Deep South Blues (re-post)

Junior Kimbrough
- Tomorrow Night
- I Feel Good, Little Girl
Hammie Nixon
- Bottle Up And Go
R.L. Burnside
- Bad Luck City
Waynell Jones
- The Chicken Song
- Jaybird Boogie
Jessie Mae Hemphill
- Brokenhearted Blues
Lillie Hill
- Cotton Fields - Boss Man
Raymond Hill
- Going Down
Ranie Burnette
- Coal Black Mattie
- Hungry Spell
Hezekiah & The House Rockers
- Midnight Blues
- Roll Me, Baby
Uncle Ben And His Nephews
- Mama, Look At Sis
- Mean Woman Blues
Thanks got to Marc(fr) for the rip

Post: https://www45.zippyshare.com/v/x3XI1in6/file.html

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Could You please re up ?

Gerard Herzhaft said...

Of course, this music existed during the 1970's and 80's but nobody in the USA wanted to record it. David Evans was then alone fighting for it, recording those musicians, rehearsing them, buying them guitar strings... He launched the Memphis University's High Water records because he was almost the only one in the USA to have faith on those artists and in their music. He gave me tapes he made by R.L. and Jessie Mae and others while I was visiting Memphis and the Delta for to see if it was possible for me to find a label interested in those artists. This is how the French Vogue label first of all issued the first entire LP's by R.L. Burnside and Jessie Mae Hemphill. The critics were then far from enthusiastic and the sales were poor but anyway it gave the opportunity to those blues artists to come in Europe and play in festivals and such. And record again and finally be a little bit recognized in their own country.

Xyros said...

Many thanks Gerard for telling us about how the first European releases came about.
I remember seeing Jessie Mae sometime in the mid/late 70's at De Bajes in Amstelveen. She blew me and the rest of the audience away with her playing but especially when she did a couple of numbers with drum and fife. If you listen to drum and fife closely and get pulled in it's mesmerizing.

Juanjo said...

This album is just...FANTASTIC.Gracias!

Anonymous said...

Many many Thanks. Greetings from Germany.