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Big Joe Williams Vol. 2 1945 - 1949

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Drop Down Blues
2:33
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Somebody's Been Worryin'
3:18
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Wanita
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Vitamin A
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His Spirit Lives On
2:53
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Baby Please Don't Go (Mx. 4833)
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Stack Of Dollars
2:48
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Mellow Apples
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Wild Cow Moan
2:54
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P Vine Blues
2:34
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Bad And Weakhearted Blues
2:45
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King Biscuit Stomp
3:12
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I'm A Highway Man
2:54
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Banta Rooster Blues
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Mean Step Father Blues
2:50
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House Lady Blues
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Don't You Leave Me Here
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Jivin' Woman
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She's A Married Woman
3:24
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Chasey Collins (W. Joeilliams) (1935) Walking Blues
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Atlanta Town
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Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 60:57

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great delta blues!

Mike_T

Big Joe Williams 9-string guitar and voice are great. "His Spirit Lives On" also features Sonny Boy Williamson on harp (SBW I, not Rice Miller who also went by that name).

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