Lovin' Sam From Down In 'Bam (1929-1930)
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A1: C-3293 Chicago, 13 April 1929
A2: C-3310 Chicago, 18 April 1929
A3: C-3311 Chicago, 18 April 1929
A4: C-3420 Chicago, 1 May 1929
A5: C-3510 Chicago, 18 May 1929
A6: C-3511 Chicago, 18 May 1929
A7: C-3754 Chicago, c. 29 June 1929
A8: C-3755 Chicago, c. 29 June 1929
B1: C-3841 Chicago, 11 July 1929
B2: C-3852 Chicago, 12 July 1929
B3: C-4400 Chicago, 9 September 1929
B4: C-4401 Chicago, 9 September 1929
B5: C-4635 Chicago, 10 October 1929
B6: C-4636 Chicago, 10 October 1929
B7: C-5846 Chicago, c. mid-June 1930
B8: C-5848-A Chicago, c. mid-June 1930
Compiled and produced for RST Records.
Copyright 1989: RST Records, Austria.
Photo © Paul Oliver, used by permission.
Original recordings from the collections of Joe Bussard, Roger Misiewicz, Johnny Parth.
Remastering: Studio Hans Klement, Vienna.
Exclusive Distribution: Rudolf Staeger
Obere Amtshausgasse 27/11, A-1050 Vienna, Austria. Phone 0222-54-28-73
Considering the extreme rarity of the original 78s, condition is generally better than might be hoped, but it must be borne in mind that only one or two copies are known to exist of some titles.
Discographical details from Blues And Gospel Records 1902 - 1943 by John Godrich and Robert Dixon (third edition, Storyville 1982).
NOTE: Sam Theard's complete 1934-1940 recordings are on Wolf WJS-1008.
A1. State Street Blues
A2. She Skuffles That Ruff
A3. What You Gonna Do?
A4. She's Givin It Away
A5. Get Your Mind On It
A6. Doodle It Back
A7. I Ain't No Ice Man
A8. Hot Dog Man
B1. The Lover And The Beggar
B2. You Rascal You
B3. I'm Goin' Back And Get Some More
B4. Huggin' And Kissin' And Gwine On
B5. Ain't Nobody Got Nothin
B6. Get It In Front
B7. You Rascal You - No.2
B8. Can You Imagine That
Format: LP, Compilation
Mint (M) — Absolutely perfect in every way. Certainly never been played, possibly even still sealed.
Near Mint (NM or M-) — A nearly perfect record. A NM or M- record has more than likely never been played, and the vinyl will play perfectly, with no imperfections during playback.
Very Good Plus (VG+) — Generally worth 50% of the Near Mint value. A Very Good Plus record will show some signs that it was played and otherwise handled by a previous owner who took good care of it.
Very Good (VG) — Generally worth 25% of Near Mint value. Many of the defects found in a VG+ record will be more pronounced in a VG disc. Surface noise will be evident upon playing, especially in soft passages and during a song's intro and fade, but will not overpower the music otherwise.
Good (G) — Good Plus (G+) — Generally worth 10-15% of the Near Mint value. A record in Good or Good Plus condition can be played through without skipping. But it will have significant surface noise, scratches, and visible groove wear.
Poor (P) — Fair (F) — Generally worth 0-5% of the Near Mint price, but we don’t sell that crap.
Mint (M) — Perfect condtion in every way, it has most likely been locked away
Near Mint (NM or M-) - Almost perfect, the previous owner might have opened it and played the record once
Very Good Plus (VG+) — Might have a sticker on it, but in great condition overall
Very Good (VG) — A split seam or some ring wear might be the case
Good Plus (G+) — You wouldn´t consider showing this piece off to your friendes
Good (G) — John Goodman vibe
Fair (F) — Raised by a catolic nun