Goin' Down South Blues
Produced in conjunction with the nationally touring Visualizing the Blues exhibition, Goin' Down South represents
Southern blues from the traditional delta slide-guitar blues to more contemporary electric blues like The Daddy Mack
Goin' Down South Blues Sampler
From the stark sounds of the Mississippi Delta to the electric blues of contemporary Beale Street,this CD represents
the best of contemporary Memphis blues.
The Instrumental Memphis Music Sampler
Including jazz, R&B, world and new age, The Instrumental Memphis Music Sampler is the first CD compilation to feature Memphis' greatest contemporary instrumentalists. From Beale Streat veterans to behind-the-scenes studio musicians.
The Instrumental Memphis Music Sampler Vol. 2
Mostly jazz, with some instrumental blues, and a lot of Memphis flavor.
Memphis Belles - Past, Present & Future
The women of Memphis show their spirit and skill in the world of blues and jazz.
The Memphis Belles Jazz Collection
Twelve contemporary and traditional tracks by twelve Memphis jazz singers--includes an 8-page booklet with photos and liner notes.
In The Mood For Memphis
It's been said that Memphis is included in more song titles than any other city. This CD celebrates America's musical crossroads and birthplace of rock n' roll. A dazzling compilation from start to finish of hit after hit.
In The Mood For Memphis Vol. 2
In The Mood For Memphis Vol. 2 is a compilation CD of various styles and is the follow-up to the popular In The Mood For Memphis from 2003.
Fried Glass Onions--Memphis Meets The Beatles
14 different Memphis artists covering Beatles songs with a Memphis twist.
Fried Glass Onions--Memphis Meets The Beatles Vol. 2
Memphis blues, R&B, & Soul
Fried Glass Onions Vol. 3--Memphis Rocks The Beatles
While Fried Glass Onions--Memphis Meets The Beatles Vol. 1 & 2 were full of R&B and soul, Volume 3 really ROCKS...
The Art Of The Motorcycle--Songs Of The Open Road
The Art Of The Motorcycle is the ultimate road mix and includes classic rock and blues for the open road, produced specifically for The Art Of The Motorcycle exhibition.
Memphis Music Sampler
This compilation captured the essence of the diverse and talented wealth of artists hailing from Memphis. There's something for everyone on this one - from adult contemporary ballads to alternative rock. The CD starts off with a dance track and goes on.
Memphis Country Blues
17 selections by the bluesmen who defined a unique sound. The songs on this
CD are the "creme de la creme" of the musical talent that made Memphis the
home of the blues.
Tin Pan Alley Blues
After W. C. Handy's "St. Louis Blues," New York City's Tin Pan Alley jumped on
the blues bandwagon. This disc collects 18 sides from 1915 - 1925 by
vaudeville stars and early blues and jazz performers. The selections on this CD
are a cross section of performances by both black and white recording artists.
They are as fresh today as they were when you could buy them at your local
record shop for about 75 cents.
Mississippi steamboats are part of American legend; that legend was captured
in the songs heard in this collection. Fortunately, the music still survives.
Travel back with us to a more simple time when cotton was king and life on the
river was a neverending adventure. So sit back, have a mint julep and enjoy
this celebration of life on the Mighty Mississippi during the first half of the
Everyone who loves the blues knows Beale Street and the legacy of Memphis.
This is a sample of the many musical styles that evolved in the area, with songs
named after or inspired by the town.
Rags to Rhythms
Rags to Rhythms is a collection of rags, two-steps, cake walks and marches
recorded between 1907 and 1926. Unfortunately, this music is probably the
most neglected of the jazz and blues idioms, even though it is one of the most
important contributions to American pop music.
Rock & Roll Sermon
If you're not familiar with sanctified music with blues and
dazzling guitars, pumping piano, and true-testifying, then Rock & Roll Sermon
is something to experience.
This compilation includes the great female blues singers of the classic blues era.
America's fascination with the Orient at the start of
the twentieth century fostered the beginning of "Chinamania." The average American knew
very little about the mysterious Far East, but that was about to change. Songwriters began
to pen songs about China and this continued well into the 1930s. This compilation contains
historical performances that show the influence China had on Western music.