Top Mississippi John Hurt Albums
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Christian Hymns - Delta Blues
Christian Hymns - Delta Blues
[2018]
Avalon
Avalon
[2018]
Live at Oberlin College, Ohio, April 15, 1965
Live at Oberlin College, Ohio, April 15, 1965
[2018]
The 1928 Sessions
The 1928 Sessions
[2017]
Live at Oberlin College
Live at Oberlin College
[2017]
American Epic
American Epic
[2017]
Satisfied
Satisfied
[2017]
The Candy Man
The Candy Man
[2017]
Essential Blues
Essential Blues
[2016]
Salty Dog
Salty Dog
[2014]
Folk Music
Folk Music
[2013]
The Blues Effect - Mississippi John Hurt
The Blues Effect - Mississippi John Hurt
[2013]
Discovery: The Rebirth of Mississippi John Hurt
Discovery: The Rebirth of Mississippi John Hurt
[2013]
Mississippi John Hurt: The Extended Play Collection - EP
Mississippi John Hurt: The Extended Play Collection - EP
[2013]
Lazy Blues
Lazy Blues
[2013]
Stack O' Lee Blues
Stack O' Lee Blues
[2012]
Complete Recordings of Mississippi John Hurt
Complete Recordings of Mississippi John Hurt
[2012]
Discovery:the Rebirth of Mississippi John Hurt
Discovery:the Rebirth of Mississippi John Hurt
[2011]
Blues Pack - Mississippi John Hurt - EP
Blues Pack - Mississippi John Hurt - EP
[2011]
Blues Legends (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
Blues Legends (Digitally Re-Mastered Recordings)
[2011]
Avalon Blues: Complete 1928 OKEH Recordings
Avalon Blues: Complete 1928 OKEH Recordings
[2011]
Frankie Got the Blues
Frankie Got the Blues
[2011]
Lonesome Blues
Lonesome Blues
[2010]
I'm Mississippi John Hurt
I'm Mississippi John Hurt
[2010]
Mississippi John Hurt
Mississippi John Hurt
[2010]
Candy Man Blues - Essential Recordings
Candy Man Blues - Essential Recordings
[2010]
Blues Masters, Vol. 25
Blues Masters, Vol. 25
[2009]
Blues Routes Mississippi John Hurt
Blues Routes Mississippi John Hurt
[2009]
Candy Man Blues: Essential Recordings
Candy Man Blues: Essential Recordings
[2009]
Salty Dog (Live)
Salty Dog (Live)
[2009]
It HURT'S In the Delta
It HURT'S In the Delta
[2008]
Candy Man
Candy Man
[2008]
Mississippi John Hurt Revisited
Mississippi John Hurt Revisited
[2007]
Vanguard Visionaries: Mississippi John Hurt
Vanguard Visionaries: Mississippi John Hurt
[2007]
The Library of Congress Recordings Vol. 2 Disc. 2
The Library of Congress Recordings Vol. 2 Disc. 2
[2006]
Mississippi John Hurt: Complete Studio Recordings
Mississippi John Hurt: Complete Studio Recordings
[2006]
Blues Masters: Salty Dog (Live)
Blues Masters: Salty Dog (Live)
[2005]
Blues Masters: Mississippi John Hurt, Vol. 2
Blues Masters: Mississippi John Hurt, Vol. 2
[2005]
Live Blue Notes
Live Blue Notes
[2004]
Candy Man Blues
Candy Man Blues
[2004]
Blues Masters: Mississippi John Hurt
Blues Masters: Mississippi John Hurt
[2004]
Frankie & Albert
Frankie & Albert
[2002]
Revisited
Revisited
[2001]
D.C. Blues - The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1
D.C. Blues - The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 1
[2000]
D.C. Blues - The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 2
D.C. Blues - The Library of Congress Recordings, Vol. 2
[2000]
Rediscovered
Rediscovered
[1998]
Avalon Blues - The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings
Avalon Blues - The Complete 1928 Okeh Recordings
[1996]
Memorial Anthology, Vol. 1
Memorial Anthology, Vol. 1
[1993]
Avalon Blues 1963
Avalon Blues 1963
[1991]
Worried Blues 1963
Worried Blues 1963
[1991]
Today!
Today!
[1987]
1928 Sessions
1928 Sessions
[1979]
Last Sessions
Last Sessions
[1966]
Avalon Blues (The Complete 1928 OKeh Recordings)
Avalon Blues (The Complete 1928 OKeh Recordings)
[1963]
Related Information for Mississippi John Hurt
John Smith Hurt, better known as Mississippi John Hurt (July 3, 1893 or March 8, 1892 - November 2, 1966) was an American country blues singer and guitarist.Raised in Avalon, Mississippi, Hurt taught himself how to play the guitar around age nine. Singing to a melodious finger-picked accompaniment, he began to play local dances and parties while working as a sharecropper. He first recorded for Okeh Records in 1928, but these were commercial failures. Hurt then drifted out of the recording scene, and he continued his work as a farmer. Tom Hoskins, a blues enthusiast, would be the first to locate Hurt in 1963. He convinced Hurt to relocate to Washington, D.C., where he was recorded by the Library of Congress in 1964. This rediscovery h... read more