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Title A richer tradition [sound recording] : country blues and string band music, 1923-1942.

Publication Info. London, England : JSP Records, [2007]


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 GDL Brand Library Music Compact Disc    MJB COLL RT J98CD    Available
 GDL Central Library Music Compact Disc    MC COLL RT J98CD    Available
Description 4 audio discs : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
performed music prm rdacontent
audio s rdamedia
audio disc sd rdacarrier
Performer Various performers.
Note Compact discs.
Liner notes by Neil Slaven inserted in containers.
Contents CD A. Guitar blues (Sylvester Weaver) ; Time ain't gonna make me stay (Ed Andrews) ; Sundown blues (Daddy Stovepipe) ; Salt Lake City blues (Papa Charlie Jackson) ; Whiskey and gin blues (South Street Trio) ; James Alley blues (Richard "Rabbit" Brown) ; Goin' to leave you blues (Big Boy Cleveland) ; Hey Lawdy mama : the France blues (Papa Harvey Hull and Long "Cleve" Reed) ; A chicken and waltz the gravy around (Stovepipe No. 1 & David Crockett) ; Bamalong blues (Andrew & Jim Baxter) ; Man trouble blues (Jaybird Coleman) ; Blue Coat blues ("Blue Coat" Tom Nelson) ; Frisco whistle blues (Ed Bell) ; Two ways to Texas (Emery Glen) ; Gravel camp blues (Lewis Black) ; T and T blues (Mooch Richardson) ; Death bell blues (Tom Dickson) ; C.C. & O. blues (Pink Anderson and Simmie Dooley) ; Middlin' blues (George "Bullet" Williams) ; Rolling log blues (Lottie Kimbrough) ; Kyle's worried blues (Charlie Kyle) ; Bull frog blues (William Harris) ; Sobbin' woman blues (Elizabeth Johnson) ; Miss meal cramp blues (Alec Johnson) ; Unknown blues (Tarter & Gay) -- CD B. Jail house blues (Whistler & his jug band) ; Blues, just blues, that's all (Old Southern Jug Band) ; String band blues (Kansas City Blues Strummers) ; Black cat blues (Old Pal Smoke Shop Four) ; Dirty guitar blues (Leecan & Cooksey) ; Boodle-Am-Shake (Dixieland Jug Blowers) ; Quill blues (Big Boy Cleveland) ; The jug band special (Whistler & his jug band) ; Cold morning shout (South Street Trio) ; Violin blues (Johnson Boys) ; Easy winner (The Blue Boys) ; G. Burns is gonna rise again (Johnson/Nelson/Porkchop) ; I got a gal (James Cole's String Band) ; The jazz fiddler (Walter Jacobs and Lonnie Carter) ; Knox County stomp (Tennessee Chocolate Drops) ; Adam and Eve (Tommie Bradley) ; Runnin' wild (James Cole's Washboard Four) ; Giving it away (Birmingham Jug Band) ; Jackson stomp (Mississippi Mud Steppers) ; Rising sun blues (King David's Jug Band) ; Travelin' railroad man blues (Alabama Sheiks) ; Old hen cackle (Coleman & Harper) ; Ted's stomp (Louie Bluie & Ted Bogan) ; Dusting the frets (Dallas Jamboree Jug Band) ; Arkansas traveler (Nashville Washboard Band) -- CD C. Original Stack O'Lee blues (Long "Cleve" Reed, Little Harvey Hull) ; Tuxedo blues (Whistlin' Pete and Daddy Stovepipe) ; Mean conductor blues (Ed Bell) ; Back door blues (Emery Glen) ; Spanish blues (Lewis Black) ; Helena blues (Mooch Richardson) ; I heard the voice of a pork chop (Bogus Ben Covington) ; Rising river blues (George Carter) ; She could toodle-oo (Hambone Willie Newbern) ; Weak minded woman (Willie Baker) ; Old Rock Island blues (Lonnie Coleman) ; Cairo blues (Henry Spaulding) ; I ain't givin' nobody none (Mae Glover) ; Showers of rain blues (Edward Thompson) ; Framer's blues (Eli Framer) ; If I call you mama (Luke Jordan) ; Never drive a stranger from your door (Willie Harris) ; Mississippi swamp moan (Alfred Lewis) ; Paddlin' Madeline blues (Gitfiddle Jim) ; Shaking weed blues (Tommy Settlers) ; South Carolina rag (Willie Walker) ; Beans ("Beans" Hambone, El Morrow) ; Poor Jane blues (Jack Gowdlock) ; Window pane blues (Tommie Bradley) ; Hot jelly roll blues (George Carter) -- CD D. Labor blues (Tom Dickson) ; Goin' away blues (Lottie Kimbrough) ; No baby (Charlie Kyle) ; Early mornin' blues (William Harris) ; Dreaming blues (Willie Reed) ; Weeping willow blues (George Carter) ; Way down in Arkansas (Hambone Willie Newbern) ; Wild about my loving (Lonnie Coleman) ; Indian squaw blues (Freezone) ; Florida bound (Edward Thompson) ; God didn't make no monkey man (Eli Framer) ; Tallahatchie River blues (Mattie Delaney) ; Diamond ring blues (Jim Jam (Walter Taylor)) ; Bedside blues (Jim Thompkins) ; Lonesome midnight dream (Willie Harris) ; Billy goat blues (John Byrd) ; That won't do (Arthur Pettis) ; Ghost woman blues (George Carter) ; "Toby" woman blues (Gene Campbell) ; Rollin' dough blues (Jack Gowdlo
Subject Blues (Music).
Country music.
Bluegrass music.
Added Author Weaver, Sylvester.
Andrews, Ed (Vocalist).
Watson, Johnny, 1867-1963.
Jackson, Papa Charlie, 1887-1938.
Brown, Richard, -1937.
Cleveland, Big Boy.
Hull, Papa Harvey.
Reed, Long Cleve.
Stovepipe No. 1.
Crockett, David.
Baxter, Andrew.
Baxter, Jim (Musician).
Coleman, Jaybird.
Nelson, Blue Coat Tom.
Bell, Ed, -1960.
Glen, Emery.
Black, Lewis.
Richardson, Mooch.
Dickson, Tom (Vocalist).
Anderson, Pink, 1900-1974.
Dooley, Simmie, 1881-1961.
Williams, George (Harmonica player).
Beaman, Lottie.
Kyle, Charlie.
Harris, William (Blues musician).
Johnson, Elizabeth (Vocalist).
Johnson, Alec.
Tarter, Stephen.
Gay, Harry.
Leecan, Bobby.
Cooksey, Robert (Harmonica player).
Vinson, Walter, 1901-1975.
Carter, Lonnie.
Bradley, Tommie.
Armstrong, Howard, 1909-2003.
Bogan, Ted, 1910-1990.
Whistlin Pete.
Covington, Ben, 1890-
Carter, George (Musician).
Newbern, Hambone Willie.
Baker, Willie.
Coleman, Lonnie.
Spaulding, Henry.
Glover, Mae.
Edwards, Tenderfoot.
Framer, Eli.
Jordan, Luke.
Lewis, Alfred (Harmonica player).
Arnold, Kokomo.
Settles, Tommy.
Walker, Willie, 1896-1933.
Beans Hambone (Musician).
Morrow, El.
Gowdlock, Jack.
Reed, Willie.
Freezone (Musician).
Delaney, Mattie.
Taylor, Walter (Vocalist).
Thompkins, Jim.
Byrd, John.
Petties, Arthur.
Campbell, Gene (Vocalist).
Campbell, Bob (Guitarist).
Martin, Carl, 1906-1979.
Lasky, Louie.
Torey, George.
Childers, Virgil.
South Street Trio.
Whistler and His Jug Band.
Old Southern Jug Band.
Kansas City Blues Strummers.
Old Pal Smoke Shop Four.
Dixieland Jug Blowers.
Johnson Boys.
Blue Boys (Country group).
James Cole String Band.
Tennessee Chocolate Drops.
James Cole's Washboard Band.
Birmingham Jug Band.
Mississippi Mud Steppers.
King David's Jug Band.
Alabama Sheiks.
Two Poor Boys (Musical group).
Dallas Jamboree Jug Band.
Nashville Washboard Band.
Added Title Country blues and string band music, 1923-1942
Standard No. 788065779825
Music No. JSP7798 JSP Records

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