@SFOMuseum Instagram Posts tagged #arhoolierecords This is SFO Museum's archive of the @SFOMuseum Instagram account. There are 36 posts and this is page 1 of 3.

This is your last week to see “Down-Home Music: The Story of Arhoolie Records”, which is on display post-security in Terminal 2. This image was posted on June 04, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #mancelipscomb #blues #folkmusic #texas
This is your last week to see “Down-Home Music: The Story of Arhoolie Records”, which is on display post-security in Terminal 2. This image was posted on June 04, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #mancelipscomb #blues #folkmusic #texas
This is your last week to see “Down-Home Music: The Story of Arhoolie Records”, which is on display post-security in Terminal 2. This image was posted on June 04, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #mancelipscomb #blues #folkmusic #texas
Many of the musicians on “Oakland Blues” came from Louisiana and Texas to work in Bay Area shipyards around World War II. This image was posted on April 24, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #mancelipscomb #blues #oakland #albumcover
One of the most individualistic, great Texas barrelhouse pianists, Alex Moore (1899–1989) made his first recordings with Columbia Records in the late 1920s. This image was posted on April 17, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #alexmoore #albumcover #piano
Chris Strachwitz explains on the liner notes to “When Women Sang the Blues” that Mamie Smith made the first ever vocal blues recording “Crazy Blues” in 1920. This video was posted on March 27, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #blues #womenshistorymonth
North Carolina native Elizabeth Cotten (1895–1987) first picked up her brother’s banjo at the age of eight. This video was posted on March 21, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #elizabethcotten #guitar #banjo #grammys #fingerpicking #guitarist #music #albumcover #musician #womenshistorymonth #5womenartists
Arhoolie Records’ subsidiary label Blues Classics was the first to reintroduce the work of Memphis Minnie (1897–1973) to a new (and largely white) audience. This image was posted on March 12, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #mancelipscomb #tenantfarmer #blues #folkmusic #ballads #gospel #texas
Arhoolie Records’ subsidiary label Blues Classics was the first to reintroduce the work of Memphis Minnie (1897–1973) to a new (and largely white) audience. This image was posted on March 12, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #mancelipscomb #tenantfarmer #blues #folkmusic #ballads #gospel #texas
Arhoolie Records’ subsidiary label Blues Classics was the first to reintroduce the work of Memphis Minnie (1897–1973) to a new (and largely white) audience. This image was posted on March 12, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #mancelipscomb #tenantfarmer #blues #folkmusic #ballads #gospel #texas
Powerful rhythm-and-blues singer Big Mama Thornton (1926–84) was first to record the songs “Hound Dog” and her own composition, “Ball n’ Chain,” which would later be made famous by Elvis Presley and Janis Joplin. This video was posted on March 06, 2019. #storyofarhoolie #arhoolie #arhoolierecords #chrisstrachwitz #bigmamathornton #hounddog #ballnchain #alabama #rockandroll