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Blind Boy Fuller Vol. 1 1935 - 1936

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Baby, I Don't Have To Worry
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I'm A Rattlesnakin' Daddy
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I'm Climbin' On Top Of The Hill
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Ain't It A Crying Shame?
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Looking For My Woman
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Rag, Mama, Rag (Take 1)
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Rag, Mama, Rag (Take 2)
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Baby, You Gotta Change Your Mind
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Evil Hearted Woman
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My Brownskin Sugar Plum
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Somebody's Been Playing With That Thing
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Log Cabin Blues (Take 1)
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Log Cabin Blues (Take 2)
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Homesick And Lonesome Blues
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Walking My Troubles Away (Take 1)
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Walking My Troubles Away (Take 2)
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Black And Tan
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Keep Away From My Woman (Take 1)
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Keep Away From My Woman (Take 2)
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Babe You Got To Do Better
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Big Bed Blues
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Truckin' My Blues Away
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(I Got A Woman Crazy For Me) She's Funny That Way
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Cat Man Blues (Take 1)
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Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 74:07

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04.22.11
Blind Boy Fuller, Blind Boy Fuller Vol. 1 1935 – 1936
2005 | Label: Document Records / The Orchard

Along with Blind Willie McTell, Fuller is the most compelling of the Piedmont bluesmen, an intricate guitarist and robust singer with a large and varied repertoire; he was also one of the last commercially potent country bluesmen. The North Carolina street singer was best known for nimble, acrobatic rags: "Step It Up and Go" and "Trucking My Blues" are the most enduring, though "Rag, Mama, Rag" (with Rev. Gary Davis), "Piccolo Rag" and "Big Leg… read more »

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The finest collection ever of blues and ragtime. Fuller is here both solo and with Gary Davis, Sonny Terry, and Bull City Red. This is Piedmont blues at its best (1935-1936), a must for anyone interested in down-home blues. – Barry Lee Pearson