ED Denson (the capitalization of both characters in his 1st name is how he spells it, though it’s even now pronounced “Ed”) offers made notable efforts to folk, blues, and early SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA rock like a supervisor, maker, and record label owner. He and his friend John Fahey had been one of the primary enthusiasts to enthusiastically rediscover early nation blues performers in the first ’60s. Denson was street supervisor for Mississippi John Harm, helped manage Bukka White colored, and created recordings by Miss James. He’d also produce a few of Fahey’s early recordings and operate Takoma Information, Fahey’s label. Denson extended his management actions into rock within the middle-’60s, when he was placing out a journal, Rag Baby, with Nation Joe McDonald. They made a decision to put an archive in an concern, which presented two tracks by folksinger Peter Krug, and two that McDonald documented with other musicians inside a jug music group design. Those two tracks, “PERSONALLY I THINK Like I’m Fixin’ to Die Rag” and “Superbird,” will be the very first Nation Joe & the Seafood recordings, with some guitar and vocal efforts by Barry Melton. Melton will be the just other musician to try out around the Fish’s following information, which would consist of full rock and roll remakes of both songs around the EP. Denson do play with Nation Joe & the Seafood on-stage once, and in addition played harmonica using one of Fahey’s albums. Denson handled Nation Joe & the Catch some time, in addition to fellow SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA Bay Area rock-band Pleasure of Cooking. In the first ’70s, he began the folk label Kicking Mule with best acoustic guitarist Stefan Grossman. A longtime politics activist, he became an attorney in the past due ’90s. Since 1983, he offers hosted folk and blues radio displays.
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