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Blind Lemon Jefferson Vol. 3 1928

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Blind Lemon's Penitentiary Blues
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lectric Chair Blues
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See That My Grave Ls Kept Clean (20374)
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Lemon's Worried Blues
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Mean Jumper Blues
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Balky Mule Blues
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Change My Luck Blues
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Prison Cell Blues
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Lemon's Cannon Ball Moan
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Long Lastin' Lovin'
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Piney Woods Money Mama
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Low Down Mojo Blues
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Competition Bed Blues
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Lock Step Blues (20815)
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Hangman's Blues (20816)
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Sad News Blues
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How Long How Long
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Christmas Eve Blues
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Happy New Year Blues
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Maltese Cat Blues
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D B Blues
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Total Tracks: 21   Total Length: 60:24

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The third volume in Document’s Complete Recorded Works series of Blind Lemon Jefferson collections features 21 songs, all recorded during 1928. Though the period included one stone-cold classic (“See That My Grave Is Kept Clean”) and a few intriguing novelties (“Balky Mule Blues,” “Piney Woods Money Mama”), most blues fans won’t need to hear these tracks. Complete Recorded Works, Vol. 3 (1928) remains an interesting curiosity for completists and academics, exactingly sequenced but not as listenable as the more popular collections available. – Thom Owens