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Mercy Dee (Walton) - Troublesome Mind

CAT. #: 369


CD 369 Mercy Dee (Walton) - piano and vocals with Sydney Maiden - harmonica; K.C. Douglas - guitar; and Otis Cherry - drums on some... More

Dr. Ross - Boogie Disease

CAT. #: 371


CD 371 Isaiah “Doctor” Ross — vocals, guitar, and harmonica with various accompani-ments. Dr. Ross, “The Harmonica... More

Black Ace - I'm The Boss Card In Your Hand

CAT. #: 374


CD 374 // B.K. Turner " Black Ace " — vocals and National steel guitar. Recorded in 1960 by Chris Strachwitz and Paul Oliver. Includes most... More

Weldon "Juke Boy" Bonner - Life Gave Me A Dirty Deal

CAT. #: 375


CD 375 Weldon Bonner — vocal, guitar, & harmonica with drummer accompanying on about half of the selections. Weldon “Juke Boy”... More

Robert Shaw - The Ma Grinder

CAT. #: 377


CD 377 Robert Shaw — piano & vocals. “When you listen to what I'm playing you got to see in youyr mind all them gals out there... More

Piano Red - Atlanta Bounce

CAT. #: 379


CD 379 Willie "Piano Red" Perryman ‚ piano & vocals; solo & with band. Joyful, exuberant 1972 solo performances by pianist-singer Red,... More

Mississippi Delta Blues Jam In Memphis - Various Artists

CAT. #: 385


CD 385 Classic country blues recorded by Chris Strachwitz in Memphis, Tenn. during the week of the Memphis Blues Festival in June, 1969. (Includes... More

Mississippi Delta Blues Jam In Memphis - Various Artists

CAT. #: 386


CD 386 More country blues recorded by Chris Strachwitz in Memphis, Tenn. Includes the balance of ARH LP 1084 plus several unissued selections, and... More

Katie Webster - I Know That's Right

CAT. #: 393


CD 393 Katie Webster - vocal and piano; with John Lumsdaine - guitar; Clay Cotton - organ; Bruce Unsworth , Jim Peterson , Nancy Wright -... More

Robert Pete Williams - Vol. 2 - When A Man Takes The Blues

CAT. #: 395


CD 395 Robert Pete Williams - vocals & 6- or 12- string guitar. Recorded by Harry Oster at Angola State Penitentiary, Louisiana, in 1959 and... More

Mance Lipscomb - You Got To Reap What You Sow

CAT. #: 398


CD 398 Mance Lipscomb - vocal & guitar. Along with Leadbelly, Pink Anderson, and Jesse Fuller, Mance Lipscomb, from Navasota, Texas, was one... More

Lightning Hopkins - Po' Lightnin'

CAT. #: 403


CD 403 Blues legend Lightning Hopkins is captured here in several recordings made in 1961 and 1969. Lightning's genius sparkled most strikingly in... More

Whistling Alex Moore - From North Dallas To The East Side

CAT. #: 408


You do not seem to have a flash player installed. Go here to get one. // CD 408 Alexander H. Moore - vocals & piano. Alex Moore... More

Melvin "Lil' Son" Jackson - Blues Come To Texas

CAT. #: 409


CD 409 Melvin "Lil' Son Jackson - guitar & vocals. Recorded by Chris Strachwitz in summer of 1960 in Dallas, Texas. #s 17-19 previously... More

Angola Prisoners' Blues - Various Artists

CAT. #: 419


CD 419 Among the 3800 convicts in the desolate flatland of the prison farm at Angola, Louisiana, there were a surprising number of talented... More

Big Joe Duskin - Cincinnati Stomp

CAT. #: 422


CD 422 Pianist Big Joe Duskin from Cincinnati was born in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1921, the son of a hard-core Baptist preacher. Joe's repertoire... More

Mississippi Fred McDowell - Good Morning Little School Girl

CAT. #: 424


CD 424 Fred McDowell - guitar and vocals. On Church Songs: Annie Mae McDowell is featured along with a few members of the congregation. Some... More

I Have To Paint My Face - Various Artists

CAT. #: 432


CD 432 In the summer of 1960 I had made my first trip through Texas, Louisiana, and Mississippi with British blues scholar, Paul Oliver and his... More

Blind James Campbell - And His Nashville Street Band

CAT. #: 438


CD 438 A bluesy group of street musicians from Nashville, Tennessee, play a hybrid of hillbilly, jazz, blues, old time popular, skiffle, and jug band... More

Smoky Babe & Herman E. Johnson - Louisiana Country Blues

CAT. #: 440


CD 440 Smoky Babe (Robert Brown) was born in 1927 in Itta Bena, Mississippi, a farming area some fifty miles from Clarksdale, the country blues... More