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Barbecue Bob Vol. 3 (1929 - 1930)

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She Moves It Just Right
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Tellin' It To You
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Yo Yo Blues No. 2
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She Shook Her Gin
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We Sure Got Hard Times
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Twistin' That Stuff
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Monkey And The Baboon
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Spider And The Fly
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Darktown Gamblin' (The Crap Game) - Part 1
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Darktown Gamblin' (The Crap Game) - Part 2
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Jambooger Blues
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It Just Won't Quit
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Atlanta Moan
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New Mojo Blues
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Doin' The Scraunch
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I'm On My Way Down Home
Artist: Georgia Cotton Pickers
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Diddle-Da-Diddle
Artist: Georgia Cotton Pickers
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She Looks So Good
Artist: Georgia Cotton Pickers
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She's Coming Back Some Cold Rainy Day
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 19   Total Length: 59:34

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rgmcnabb

You don't need a lot of Barbecue Bob in your collection, but he's the best at what he does. Hokum blues is hilarious, and this is a great and seminal collection.

They Say All Music Guide

“Barbecue Bob”‘s final recordings are on this third of three discs. Bob (whose name was actually Robert Hicks) died on October 21, 1931, at the age of just 29 from pneumonia. Since his last solo records were made during November 6, 1929, and April 17-December 5, 1930, there is no decline heard in his singing or playing. Barbecue Bob is heard on 13 unaccompanied numbers (including “She Move It Just Right,” “Yo Yo Blues No. 2,” “We Sure Got Hard Times,” and “Atlanta Moan”) and interacting with his brother Charlie Lincoln on the amusing two-part “Darktown Gamblin’.” Barbecue Bob’s final four recordings were made as part of the Georgia Cotton Pickers on December 7-8, 1930, a trio with guitarist/singer Curly Weaver and Buddy Moss on harmonica. Recommended, as are all three volumes of this valuable series. – Scott Yanow

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