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Birth name  Pinkney Anderson
Role  Singer
Name  Pink Anderson

Years active  1930s - 1960s
Instruments  Guitar, Vocals
Record label  Columbia Records
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Born  February 12, 1900 (1900-02-12)
Origin  Laurens, South Carolina, U.S.
Associated acts  Little Pink Anderson Blind Simmie Dooley
Died  October 12, 1974, Spartanburg, South Carolina, United States
Albums  Gospel, Blues And Street Songs (Remastered)
Genres  Piedmont blues, Country blues
Similar People  Floyd Council, Richard Wright, Syd Barrett, Reverend Gary Davis, Nick Mason

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Pinkney "Pink" Anderson (February 12, 1900 – October 12, 1974) was an American blues singer and guitarist.

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Life and career

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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. He also toured with Leo "Chief Thundercloud" Kahdot and his medicine show, often with the harmonica player Arthur "Peg Leg Sam" Jackson, who was based in Jonesville, South Carolina.

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Anderson was recorded by the folklorist Paul Clayton at the Virginia State Fair in May 1950. He recorded an album in the early 1960s and performed at some live venues. He appeared in the 1963 film The Bluesmen. He reduced his activities in the late 1960s after a stroke. Attempts by the folklorist Peter B. Lowry to record Anderson in 1970 were not successful, although apparently he could occasionally summon up some of his past abilities. A final tour took place in the early 1970s with the aid of Roy Book Binder, one of his "students", taking him to Boston and New York.

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He died in October 1974 of a heart attack, at the age of 74. He is interred at Lincoln Memorial Gardens, in Spartanburg.

Anderson's son, known as Little Pink Anderson (b. July 13, 1954), is a bluesman living in Vermillion, South Dakota.

The Pink in Pink Floyd

Syd Barrett, of English progressive rock band Pink Floyd, created the band's name by juxtaposing the first names of Anderson and North Carolina bluesman Floyd Council, having noticed the names in the liner notes of a 1962 album by Blind Boy Fuller (Philips BBL-7512), written by the blues historian Paul Oliver: "Curley Weaver and Fred McMullen, ... Pink Anderson or Floyd Council—these were a few amongst the many blues singers that were to be heard in the rolling hills of the Piedmont, or meandering with the streams through the wooded valleys."

Singles

  • "Papa's About to Get Mad" / "Gonna Tip Out Tonight", Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley (recorded 14 April 1928), Columbia 14336-D
  • "Every Day in the Week Blues" / "C.C. and O. Blues", Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley (recorded 14 April 1928), Columbia 14400-D
  • Albums

  • American Street Songs, Rev. Gary Davis and Pink Anderson, Riverside RLP 12-611
  • Carolina street ballads: "John Henry", "Everyday in the Week", "The Ship Titanic", "Greasy Greens", "Wreck of the Old 97", "I've Got Mine", "He's in the Jailhouse Now", Pink Anderson, recorded May 29, 1950, by Paul Clayton

  • Carolina Bluesman, vol.1 (1961), Prestige/Bluesville BV 1038
  • "My Baby Left Me This Morning", "Baby, Please Don't Go", "Mama Where Did You Stay Last Night", "Big House Blues", "Meet Me in the Bottom", "Weeping Willow Blues", "Baby I'm Going Away", "Thousand Woman Blues", "I Had My Fun", "Every Day in the Week", "Try Some of That"

  • Carolina Medicine Show Hokum & Blues, Anderson and Baby Tate (1962), Folkways Records FS 3588
  • "You Don't Know My Mind", "That's No Way to Do", "Weeping Willow Blues", "Meet Me in the Bottom", "I Got a Woman 'Cross Town", "Greasy Greens", "Boweevil", "Chicken", "He's in the Jailhouse Now", "The Titanic", "The Boys of Your Uncle Sam", "Baby Tate", "See What You Done Done", recorded live in Spartanburg, 1961–1962, by Samuel Charters

  • Medicine Show Man, vol. 2 (1962), Prestige/Bluesville BV 1051 / OBCCD-587-2
  • "I Got Mine", "Greasy Greens", "I Got a Woman 'Way Cross Town", "Travelin' Man", "Ain't Nobody Home but Me", "That's No Way to Do", "In the Jailhouse Now", "South Forest Boogie", "Chicken", "I'm Going to Walk Through the Streets of..."

  • The Blues of Pink Anderson: Ballad & Folksinger, vol. 3 (1963), Prestige/Bluesville BV 1071 / OBCCD 577-1
  • "The Titanic", "Boweevil", "John Henry", "Betty and Dupree", "Sugar Babe", "The Wreck of the Old 97", "I Will Fly Away", "The Kaiser", "In the Evening"

    References

    Pink Anderson Wikipedia


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