Album · 2002 · 12 Songs. Pink Anderson: Carolina Medicine Show Hokum and Blues With Baby Tate. Gospel, Blues and Street Songs.
Little Pink Anderson is the son of Piedmont songster Pink Anderson, who recorded for Columbia back in 1928, for Riverside in 1950, and for Prestige-Bluesville in 1961. The elder Anderson was hardly innovative, but his recordings remain valuable because they preserve the kind of popular material played on the old Southern medicine show circuit, which Anderson traveled for years - Little Pink even was even part of dad's act as a child, tap dancing while the elder Anderson sang and played.
Pinkney "Pink" Anderson (February 12, 1900 – October 12, 1974) was an American blues singer and guitarist. Anderson was born in Laurens, South Carolina, and raised in nearby Greenville and Spartanburg. He joined Dr. William R. Kerr of the Indian Remedy Company in 1914 to entertain the crowds while Kerr tried to sell a concoction purported to have medicinal qualities.
Guitar, Vocals – Pink Anderson. Producer – Kenneth S. Goldstein. Sleeve Notes, Recorded By, Photography By – Samuel B. Charters. Extensive notes on back. Other Versions (5 of 5) View All. Cat. Volume 1: Carolina Blues Man (CD, Album, RE). Original Blues Classics, Prestige Bluesville. OBCCD-504-2, BV-1038.
Pink Anderson Discography. Weeping Willow Blues 2012. Greasy Greens and a Mess of Blues 2012. Medicine Show Man 1962. Carolina Bluesman 1961. Big House Blues Album Carolina Bluesman. Meet Me in The Bootom Album Carolina Bluesman. Weeping Willow Blues Album Carolina Bluesman. Baby I'm Going Away Album Carolina Bluesman. Thousand Woman Blues Album Carolina Bluesman. I Had My Fun Album Carolina Bluesman. Everyday in The Week Album Carolina Bluesman.
Pink Anderson: Carolina Medicine Show Hokum and Blues With Baby Tate, 1984. Meet Me In the Bottom, 03:30. I Got a Woman Cross Town, 01:54.
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