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Blind Lemon Jefferson Vol. 4 1929

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Eagle Eyed Mama
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Dynamite Blues
3:20
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Disgusted Blues
3:15
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Competition Bed Blues
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Sad News Blues
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Peach Orchard Mama
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Oil Well Blues
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Tin Cup Blues
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Big Night Blues (21199)
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Empty House Blues
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Saturday Night Spender Blues
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That Black Snake Moan No. 2
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Bed Springs Blues
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Yo, Yo Blues
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Mosquito Moan
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Southern Woman Blues
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Bakershop Blues
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Pneumonia Blues
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Long Distance Moan
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That Crawlin' Baby Blues
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Fence Breakin' Yellin' Blues
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Cat Man Blues
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The Cheaters Spell
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Bootin' Me 'Bout
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Total Tracks: 24   Total Length: 72:18

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