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Blind Blake Vol. 3 (1928 - 1929)

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01
Elzadie's Policy Blues
Artist: Blind Blake with Elzadie Robinson
3:12
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Pay Day Daddy Blues
Artist: Blind Blake with Elzadie Robinson
3:07
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Walkin' Across The Country
3:06
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Search Warrant Blues
2:59
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Ramblin' Mama Blues
2:48
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New Style Of Loving
2:37
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Back Door Slam Blues
2:45
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Notoriety Woman Blues
2:45
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Cold Hearted Mama Blues
2:50
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Low Down Loving Gal
3:09
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Sweet Papa Low Down
3:13
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Poker Woman Blues
2:40
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Doing A Stretch
2:36
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Fighin' The Jug
2:53
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Hookworm Blues
2:54
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Slippery Rag
2:44
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Hastings St
3:12
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Diddie Wa Diddie
2:56
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Too Tight Blues No. 2
2:54
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Chump Man Blues
2:46
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Ice Man Blues
3:09
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Police Dog Blues
2:50
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I Was Afraid Of That - Part 2
Artist: The Hokum Boys
3:14
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Georgia Bound
3:20
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Keep It Home
3:15
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 25   Total Length: 73:54

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The third volume in the series opens with a pair of mid-1928 tracks featuring Blind Blake in the role of sideman, lending his brilliant guitar leads in support of Elzadie Robinson on “Elzadie’s Policy Blues” and “Pay Day Daddy Blues.” Blake’s next session, from later that same year, returns him to the fore, yielding the mesmerizing “Notoriety Woman,” one of the most menacingly violent tracks he ever cut; the same date also produced the comparatively lighthearted “Sweet Papa Low Down,” a seeming attempt to cash in on the Charleston dance craze. The real jewel of the set, however, is a 1929 session teaming him with pianist Charlie Spand; “Hastings St.” is a lively, swinging guitar and piano duet, while “Police Dog Blues” is among Blake’s most vividly lyrical efforts, further galvanized by his haunting instrumental work. – Jason Ankeny

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