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Blind Blake Vol. 4 (1929 - 1932)

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Sweet Jivin' Mama
2:56
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Lonesome Christmas Blues
3:36
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Third Degree Blues
3:19
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Guitar Chimes
2:57
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Blind Arthur's Breakdown
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Baby Lou Blues
2:59
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Cold Love Blues
2:54
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Papa Charlie And Blind Blake Talk About It - Part 1
Artist: Blind Blake and Papa Charlie Jackson
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Papa Charlie And Blind Blake Talk About It - Part 2
Artist: Blind Blake and Papa Charlie Jackson
3:16
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Stingaree Man Blues
Artist: Blind Blake with Irene Scruggs
3:21
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Itching Heel
Artist: Blind Blake with Irene Scruggs
3:16
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You've Got What I Want
Artist: Blind Blake with Irene Scruggs
2:29
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Cherry Hill Blues
Artist: Blind Blake with Irene Scruggs
3:00
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Diddie Wa Diddie No. 2
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Hard Pushing Papa
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What A Low Down Place The Jailhouse Is
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Ain't Gonna Do That No More
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Playing Policy Blues
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Righteous Blues
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Fancy Tricks
Artist: Blind Blake with Laura Rucker
2:55
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Rope Stretchin' Blues - Part 2
2:46
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Rope Stretchin' Blues - Part 1 (Take 2)
2:58
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Champagne Charlie Is My Name
2:29
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Depression's Gone From Me Blues
3:30
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Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 71:56

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The fourth and final volume in Document’s series assembles a wide range of Blind Blake material, from sides cut under the name Blind Arthur (“Guitar Chimes” and “Blind Arthur’s Breakdown”), collaborations with vaudeville singer Chocolate Brown (a.k.a. Irene Scruggs), and even his sole two-part blues, the morbid “Rope Stretchin’ Blues.” Among the final pair of tracks, from mid-1932, the first, “Champagne Charlie Is My Name,” is so atypical that some question whether it is even Blake at all; however, his last known side, “Depression’s Gone from Me Blues,” is a career-capping triumph — just why he never recorded again is just one of the many mysteries which continue to swirl about this legendary figure. – Jason Ankeny

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